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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by BumbleB, Mar 25, 2013.
As in Happy Fender??
I didn't want to presume but yeah.
I mean... come on...
Do I have to do it again???
Yep, your so good at it.
I asked myself and this forum the same question only weeks ago. I took the risk and decided on the combo over the rig, and I'm so glad I did. As you suggest, the combo is easy to move around. More importantly, the combo is a powerhouse of sound. And it carries with it the assurance that getting even more sound is an easy extension cabinet away. When I made the decision to buy the combo, I was convinced even before I played a note that I'd get an extension right off the bat, something like a 115 or another 210 (or even a 410) just to make sure my sound was big enough.
Guess what? Having played with my enthusiastic colleagues (guitarist & drummer) I can say the combo doesn't need any help. Even at moderate settings, the combo held its own. Tonight I get to road test it at a gig. I suspect it will do a great job. If you get a chance, go to your local music shop and have a play. And get ready to Rumble!
I hope not. There are currently supply issues in Australia. My music shop suggested that Fender are trying to keep up with demand and that extension cabs (115 + 210) won't be available until at least mid-March.
Is it Fender Friday already? Isn't this the night that Leo Fenderclaus slides down the chimney and leaves new basses for all the good little boys and girls? Lol
I like Fender Fridays!
Well folks, I just placed an order for the Rumble Studio 40. Should arrive sometime later next week, and will try to give a basic report on the features after I do some exploring. Not expecting gig-level volume, of course, but mainly plan to have it around the house for low-volume practice and fun with the various effects & models. Plus, I like that I can use it to potentially power other amp heads if needed. I've got a new AK Changeling 12T that still needs a "big boy" amp to power it. That said, I think the Studio 40 will make for a really fun "swiss-army-like" combo of sounds.
Go with 2x500C - light, versatile & 700watts
Are covers for cabs available as well?
Last post was on Feb 06, so sometime on March 06:
>>Linnin's last post in the Fender Rumble Club<<
Sorry, don't know. Check out the Fender site for sizes and styles.
...as in I'd like to see Linnin back.
And relaxed .
Saturday here Downunder ... Fender Downunder, maybe
Hopefully a more chill version.
watch out we going to start a "me too movement in TB"
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