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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by BumbleB, Mar 25, 2013.
I like the switch! Which knobs did you use?
I found these on either amazon or ebay(not sure which). There are, IIRC, 12(?)knobs + a little screwdriver to tighten the set screws. The knobs are slightly smaller which allows my fat-ish fingers to grip them easily. I'm very satisfied with them, plus I think they look cool, even if I'm the only one who sees them on a gig.
The manual talks about "Parallel Speaker Outputs (Head Only)" being feature "R". But, yes, the manual could have been more clear.
Possibly a transliteration from the original hieroglyphics.
Amazon. 10 pieces. US$8.95. Also in red, green, white and brown.
Thx guys. Very kind of you.
Congrats! Hope you have ear protection. I wish I did when I played with loud bands in the seventies.
Me too, only for me it was the 60's...I am paying for it now. Hearing aids are not cheap .
Howdy Rumblers! Last night my 200 got a four set workout in a dive bar and held up fine (even when the drummer got REALLY loud. Small stage and the earplug in my ear facing the drums wasn't enough). The best part though was on the way to the gig I stopped and picked up a used Rumble 40 in excellent condition for $80. I swear the 40 is lighter than my practice amp, a Fender Frontman 15. Pretty amazing technology!
Yup. Me too also. Learn to say "what?" in 2-3 languages.
Attached is the latest Fender Rumble Club Membership List.
Going Rumble-less today for band practice. We’ve got a gig next weekend with this band, and we rehearse in the singer’s basement. Seems like a waste to drag it all down there today only to have to carry it all back up the stairs after practice.
Times like these are the only times that I wish I’d have kept the smaller amp I traded away to get my 410’s!!
Semi-outdoor gig next weekend at a local baseball stadium with my 90’s grunge band. Should be fun.
Then in two weeks, my dance band is playing at a huge club, with a national act as a special guest.
Gonna be Rumbling for both of those.
Today, it’s a little Peavey.
I have this bizarre thought: at practice/rehearsal/whatever, everyone could play less loud, thus saving eardrums and schlepping of large amps and full drum kits. Pedals, etc, would still allow the tone(s) desired. And might cut down of the number of times yelling "WHAT?"
[after further thought: NAH!]
After all these years, it is safe to say that is one (bizarre) thought that won't catch on . But, I am now well prepared. I can turn my hearing aids down or off - no need for ear plugs .
This happens...in the world of jazz music. Where people actually want to hear each other.
The drummer and guitarist in our band would just look at me for many uncomfortable seconds (or minutes) and shake their heads...
Hi there! Looking for some help with my Rumble 500 v3.. I blew a 10, called fender (Picked up the amp second hand) Apparently they do not sell replacement speakers, I am looking for the best 16 ohm replacement option.. any help would be much appreciated!
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