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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Acoop, Dec 6, 2018.
If that's a behemoth, what would you call the 2x18 version?
That looks like the 1820. Probably a great cab to keep at a location for practice. I had a 1516 that was heavy and awkward enough.
Leviathan? Lord Humungous?
Had it as a backline once with a vintage Peavey head. Sounded horrible! LOL!
I had 2 of the 1820s at one point... maybe it was just my cabs in particular, but the 18s could not handle my 5 string. Ended up gutting them, giving to a cat shelter for cat houses. The 10s made nice guitar speakers.
Tommy Shannon had 2 of the 3620's when I saw him back up SRV. The guy from UB40 used them too.
I posted a 2x18" Roland cab last week. ...
Whenever I see the 1820 I want to say "Great GooglyMooglies!"
I had a Crate cab w/an 18 and 2 10s in the early 90s. Man, that thing was heavy! No casters or decent handles, either.
I love Behemoth
The good news is you could probably shoot that thing with a shotgun and it wouldn’t sound any different.
The bad news is you could probably shoot that thing with a shotgun and it wouldn’t sound any different.
The good news is that Peavey gear is going to last a lifetime.
The bad news is that Peavey gear is going to last a lifetime.
My back hurts just looking at it!
I had one of those as well. I called it the "Big Bottom". I sold it to a young dude who didn't have a bad back--yet.
Do you think the american chiropractic lobby had an inside man in peavy r & d?
Consider that conspiracy theory officially started right now.
In that case, maybe we should name it King of Suck!
I had an 1820 for a while...it sounded just like I deserved at the time. I think I was playing an Ampeg V6B through it. Can't remember what bass...it was either my 75 P or a Charvel 3B (it was the 80s, yo)