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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Brad Johnson, Jun 17, 2003.
Two 800w double 12's/horn over two 400w 18's/horns
Thunderous!!!! Great coffe house set up.
Ultra light, and fits into a Honda CRX.
Seriously, though... I'm sure that backline delivers some major whoopass!
If I'm not mistaken, that rig looks like it's the size of that CRX.
I'd love to play out of it though.
Looks like a nice practice amp
The fine print of the warranty actual guarantees a hernia... an industry first!
Brad, you should do commercials for Nahas. You got me gassin' for a 15"cube/12'kickback-with-a-tweeter Nahas combination a while back but you can't trick me into wanting a monster rig again.
I had too many strains from moving my Acoustic B4 over powered Acoustic 2x10 over Randall 2x15 back in the 90's.
Trust me, my days of heavy lifting are way behind me
There's a new 15/12 set of cabs at a local dealer here now. Really unassuming looking rig.
Which dealer? Think they would ship to Texas?
I'll check with them today and get back to you if they're still available. I know the owners (heck, everyone knows the owners around here).
My left leg has gone numb from just looking at that thing.
hahaha, that's a great pic!!
Questions ab Nahas...
1. What's his email again?
2. How are his prices?
I've got to thank you again for giving me a little push towards the Nahas cabs. I'm still completely satisfied with my 1x15 and 1x12 cabs!
My pleasure. I'm glad they're working out for you. Several friends of mine have switched to different Nahas configurations and everyone seem to be very happy. A couple have rigs like yours and mine, others have the larger tiltback 112s in pairs, some have a pair of 115s, a couple of brave souls are using the massive 18/210 cabs in church... and Joey's always coming uop with something cool.
It great to have a rig that makes me smile every time I plug in. I just did a rehearsal where I took the tiltback 112, the BH-420 amp and the Fodera 6. The tone was perfect. even made me sound good
Joey's email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Drop him a line, he's a fun guy to talk to.