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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by 00Funk, Nov 29, 2006.
Thats a bad mohekin, aint it ?
Man, those are pretty sweet looking, but my Spector sounded terrible through the 4x10.
I'm very close to getting one. Just hope I can get a roadie for the same price or less.
I saw my first goldline today at a local GC. I am guessing this is a step up from their standard line? How do they compare?
Are they really a step up? I thought they were cheaper or something. Anyway I played one and thought it was going to sound.. TINNY... Well not I said this cab... It had some LOWS. And I mean I was playing a 700rb2 through it and I think it lacked some highs. I definatly want to play it again when I get my 1001rb2. But how much does it weigh?
Also I find the gold to be very sexy.
Yes agian its very sxy.... I want ONE!! BUT.... Its rated at 8ohms? umm what if I need it to be 4 ohms? Im screwed? lol not buying two..
Looks better than a ampeg 8x10 and is made by GK.. BUT does it sound as good as a Ampeg AND!! Is there higher end 8x10 that much better sounding?
Another thing..... NO SPEAKON? ***?
I think they're like, below the SBX series but above the Backline stuff.
They're not above or below anything. They're a totally different line with aluminum speakers. Most similar to the Backline as far as construction I believe.
They're made solely for Guitar Center/Musician's Friend and their affilliates.
Dude, those replaced the backlines at my guitar center, the salesman was saying it was pretty much a Backline. I played it a little and saw the specs, that's Backline, enjoy wasting your money. I say spend the same amount on at least neo or sbx because you don't need that many speakers if you're in a venue 'cause they'll mic you anways.
I'm only getting a 210 on top of my 115 sbx because I don't plan on just playing indoor micced venues..
Still very sexy.,
There's 4 things wrong with that:
It looks like something from the SBX line.
You would need roadies and a BIG car to fit it.
But then again, what do I know?
I think it looks pretty neat. You'll have to get gold teeth to match
If this helps, I love my 2x10 and 1x15 Goldlines. I run these with a hartke 3500. Good luck...
I can't understand the need for GK to bring out a product line like this, but as far as marketing goes, what do I know?
It could obviously be a stab at horning in on the demographic that buys Hartke and Behringer aluminums (hey, we like our speakers SHINY!), and more specifically at Guitar Center.
I don't know how the prices compare. Are they closer to the XL, the Transporter, or the VX line, comparing similar configurations?
sensitivity isn't good either.. .MAN..
Has anyone tried a fretless with the goldline ? I bet its got that ZING