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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Stumbo, Jan 4, 2018.
Revsound 212T. Dave is a great person to work with, and great cabs.
Willie is a pretty tall guy. The cab is 48.125" tall.
Same as a 'fridge .
I've had my RS210 for a few years now. A 30lb, vertical 4 ohm 2x10 that can take every ounce of my TH350 and deliver the fat bass tones I love. Does just as well for the small quieter gigs too.
David is a gigging musician and a great guy. Give him a call and describe your sound.
Upright players should be rushing to buy these. The RS28 has to be the perfect gigging upright cab.
Bottom Ported 210 with tweeter. light, loud, and sounds awesome.
Can carry a fire house with ease.
Looking forward to getting it outside.
Playing with an Elrick Expat NJS5, powered with an Eich T-900
Nice stack! Love that dually P as well!
From Connie's Ric Rac in Philly - last night
Quite a few inquiries after the set about my Revsound rig.
More from this week's show. Two mics blended. One in front of the bass and one in front of the guitar. A green Fender theme.
Ever see a nicer looking cab?
Suggestion for Revsound website:
add a cab designation "U" for cabs available as ultra-lights.
Then the price for it can be listed and not just as an add on.
Lots of players are looking for the lightest load these days.
For an option, make all cabs available as ultra-lights.
My rig is an Aguilar TH500 with a RevSound RS110! I'm wanting to check out the RS28 next! Dave was extremely helpful in the process, too.
I agree about Dave's participation. Goes way beyond "just building". He listened to a bunch of our recordings/vids to see what the trio was all about and to best fit the cab to my needs. Knocked it out of the park. Could not be happier with my rig.
Yep! And he didn't simply recommend the "most expensive model" (which I've had others do!).
I can highly recommend this pairing:
Jule Monique 700 Tardis with RevSound RS410VT.
Stumbo, Thank you! I should have brought this to attention previously; all of my cabinets are ultra-lights now and that is included in the current pricing. I'll make a note of that on the site as well.
I am a big fan of Revsound. I got back to playing after a long break of 15+ years off. I played thru junior high, high school and on and off thru college growing up. All my gear was sold off in the name of new interests or donated away. Starting from scratch about 13 or 14 months ago I decided to play again. I bought a 2000 German made Warwick 4 string neck thru thumb bass because that was the dream bass for me as a kid. I researched and chose to go with revsound for cabinets. Currently running an ampeg svp-cl to one channel of a crown xls 1002 into my 2x12 with the s driver's and the other output of the svp-cl going thru a dark glass vintage deluxe and a tc electronic mini hof reverb pedal on it's way to the 1x12 with matching driver. I can scale this down to just the 1x12 and an elf amp when appropriate. I am primarily a bedroom warrior, playing a monthly open mic night solo set(I play Bach's suit number one for solo cello prelude and Jaco's portrait of Tracy........ Poorly.............. recorded with my phone and tons of mistakes but you can pretty much hear my tone ) and taking lessons on Skype. Aiming to continue to study and grow into this awesome rig I am rocking.
Wha....? Awesome setup. I think you might be one of the poster boys for Rev!
Dave and I spoke yesterday about the RS-115 he's finishing up for me. He specifically sized my cab and ports to take advantage of the particular 4ohm driver we settled on. Left me a voice mail last evening, he weighed it at 22 lbs!! Dave I'm sure I oversimplified so feel free to comment. This level of detail to design and engineering is just not available from a cookie cutter manufacturer! Can't wait to get my gear hooked up to this cab.
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