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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by BumbleB, Mar 25, 2013.
Why on its side? The two have exactly the same dimensions.
Is the effects send in a V3 Rumble 500 line level or instrument level?
Line level. Will easily feed stomp boxes or studio rack mount gear.
How ever will they couple?
Uh, ... but, the 210 cab is only 19" wide in its usual orientation. But the 115 and 410 cabs are 23" wide in their usual orientation.
Yes, @TheDialog, I'm confused, like JakobT, as to exactly what you're asking to see. I don't recall ever seeing a 200 combo or 500 combo, either one, on its side on top of a 210 cab on its side. They are, all three, exactly the same size and shape with rubber feet only on their smallest side, so they usually stand upright and stack quite evenly that way.
But, If you're asking for a photo of a Rumble 200 combo on its side on top of a Rumble 115 cab, there is one in the Extension Cabs section of the Rumble Wiki page. There are also pix of several other combo & cab combinations there.
Hope this helps.
I know my Rumble500 Combo sitting normally on top of my Rumble 115 cab is one of G-Doggy's photos on the Rumble Wiki page. I added it to the Rumble club awhile ago to show the size difference between the 500 Combo and the 115 cab.
Thanks btw G-Doggy for all the magnificent time consuming work you have done on those Wiki links and articles. The compilation is amazing and great reading. Drinks all round thanks barkeep. @Linnin is paying..loll
Cheers, Giffy! Yes, at least a couple pix of your R500c atop your R115 grace the Rumble Artwork sections of the Rumble Club Wiki page.
Members and visitors alike are cordially invited to peruse the wiki links of my favorite TB clubs, which appear in my signature. There's information and gear porn galore!
Well they are all fairly different beasts.
The Roland Cube 100 I’ve had forever. I don’t use any of the amp models, because, well they are awful. I run it mostly for the amp section and usually with a Line 6 Bass Pod Pro or a tube preamp in front of it.
The Rumble 40 I bought because I looking for something more modern, and the modeling and fx are better than anything else that I have.
The little Ampeg amp is for monitoring when I’m practicing. I run a line from one of the other amps into it, as well as a line into the aux channel from my computer. It’s sounds great and I can hear both the backing tracks from the computer and whatever bass amp is run into it really well. It’s not a bad little amp but it works great as a monitor.
So I guess they are all keepers.
Hi all, just got a Rumble 500 , haven't really had that much time to play with the settings to see what sounds good, any suggestions? how do you set yours? Any suggestions on the built in overdrive?
Play around with it. Lots of options and great tone! Rumble on!!! Welcome to the club!
Go to the Fender Rumble Tone Pool, and jump in!
Welcome, shoulder! You are in need of lots of info available on the Rumble Club Wiki page linked in my signature. The Rumble TONE POOL list of settings is there for you to try. And there are descriptions of various aspects of your amp in the Rumble Talks, particularly Fender Rumble Overdrive, Adjust Gain, Drive and Level to Taste.
Hope this helps.
Quick!! Someone get that guy a number!!
Welcome Rumbler #1077! Fender Rumble Club Wiki Page | TalkBass.com is everything you ever wanted to know about Fender Rumblers. Our esteemed Archivist an Scribe, @G-Dog has put together for us. A to settings, look for the tone pool. Members have contributed their settings to get the sound they want. It is a great place to start. Rumble On!
I rushed to get him a number as soon as I saw your post! We haven't had such a number emergency in a long time. But, then I found several irregularities in the numbering system, such as the example below, and our whole Emergency Numbering System (ENS), whereby just anyone can assign a number, fell apart. RATS!
Fortunately, Gravey Davy, Executive Vice President of Numbering, was on hand to handle the situation. Whew! Another number crisis avoided. Thanks Dav!
Looks like 32 has been stolen...I just dunno where.
Ahhh, Is that Warwick Capper? He of the pink footy shoes (and the cute wife)?
It is... and I am truly sorry for inflicting that image upon Talkbass
32 and all of them after 50
And even more of them before 0! (Not to mention an infinite number of numbers between each integer shown.)