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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by doc540, Sep 4, 2014.
rockin' right a long with no problems
Very cool! Is the top speaker high-passed to keep it from getting destroyed since it's in an open back cab?
I would've vented that top cab a bit less though .
I remember this build. Everyone nagged about the open back top cab back then but if I remember correctly it's high-passed quite high, so no worries people!
Best looking stack ever, and I've made a pretty good looking stack myself in tobacco ostrich tolex and I think the same grill cloth you used, but yours is even nicer. Cheers, Bob
Yep, no problems whatsoever with the top cab. (drummers can hear it quite well, too)
The rig serves more as a tasty stage monitor than anything else.
Line out of the Tech21 into the house system for throwing volume.
That is just awesomely cool!
I might remember this. Did ypu seal the bottom cab and load a Basslite in it?, or that may've been someone else doing a sort of faux '59 bassman looking rig.
In any case, super nice job. Me likey.
Sufficiently practical and extremely cool!
Yep, Basslite's in both top and bottom.
Total crapshoot build that worked on the first try.
With Paul Orta blues band
still just thumping right along
getting a little road wear
One of the most memorable TB custom/faux amp builds. Great execution. I just love how this came together.
Dang it.... Now you have me thinking about my own faux build I have been contemplating. I want to take an old Vox Essex (with trolley) and rebuild it. New baffle cut for a 15/6 (that will be covered by the vintage Vox grill cloth) and an Aguilar TH500 sunk into the top of the cab. "Woman where is my jigsaw?"
That's the spirit! DO IT!!
Faux Ten Bassman Tweed Stack is getting a little road wear, but still just cooking right along.
Tweed's still rockin' it.
New Rumble's for gig light
system still a "go"