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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by hrgiger, May 5, 2010.
Looks like Peter knew the virtue of some Peavey 810 TVX's stacked up on their sides:
He has no less than 4 Peavey 3620s in this shot:
Dude needed cabs that were almost as tall as him.
OMG please tell me more about those 3620 cabs? This a revelation to me! I play 810s, and am always lacking a bit of oomph, but every time I bring up the subject of modding an 810 to a 2x10+18, people scoff.
The Peavey 3620 contained two 18" speakers and two 10" speakers. I'm pretty sure it's larger than most 810's.
There's a guy on here who plays through two of them. He's probably on the Big Cabs Club and Rigs of Doom threads.
Yeah, I found him lol. My post on this thread was a bit knee-jerk reaction to finding something so massive! Diving into search results now.
the 1820, bi-amped, was fantastic. but, man, that re20 is so close to the dust cap in the last pic....mud city?
Mud city? I don't know... maybe not with the bass sound he had.
He really did love Peavey.
I played a show opening for Type O, and had a mini pow wow with him.
I've always found Peavey's bass amps colorless, yet lifeless but who am I?
Me too, but I've also found things change for the better in a live mix, where the lack of character actually turns into an asset that gives you clarity and definition, especially when the volumes start getting sick.