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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by TDPRI Bones, Jul 30, 2019.
It brings the sound closer to my ears and not pointed at my ankles lol.
Just wait til you try the 200 and 500!
I'm a home player, don't need that much horsepower. Besides, I have a Quad Reverb for my telecasters when I feel like hurting myself.
Does it lessen the room rattling at all?
I have both Rumble 40 and Rumble 100. I use them frequently. I can recommend both.
Same here. I used to own both the 100 and 40, and find the tone of the 40 to be noticeably better. The 100 really seems to lack detail in the mids, and that low-mid bump is even more pronounced than the 40, which has it is spades in its own right. I replaced the 100 with a GK MB112ii and MBP112 stack, and kept the 40 for upright bass gigs. I've tried to replace the 40 with higher end stuff a couple times, but returned the expensive stuff both times after a comparison. I think the 40 and 500 are the best two Rumbles. They fit their niches with the fewest caveats. Buy one of each, and be set.
I get that. The 100 is plenty. I do all my gigs with mine, and only about 50% need pa support.
I was Looking to upgrade my 100, I tested a 200 and 500. I thought I would prefer the 200, thought it would be "warmer," but the 500 was my preference. Really deep and rich too, but had just a little more cut and clarity. If/when I outgrow my 100, I'm looking at a 500
I’ve had the newer Rumble 200 for a couple years and have never used the stock OD. Prolly depends on your style.
I haven't been able to get a sound I like with the built in overdrive.
For a few bucks more, why not get something you can actually use outside the bedroom?
I used the 40 once on a small stage as a personal monitor while direct out went to the soundman. Full professional grade concert PA sound from a tiny little box that took up very little real estate.
Later I tried to sell it but there were no bites and then it got me out of a bind again so I'm keeping it around.
I have a 200 that sits on top of and drives a 115 cabinet. Great stage amp for me.
Do you rumble owners have to anchor those down for outside gigs?
They are so light a moderate wind might blow them away.
I love the sound of my 200c/15
yeah - i also prefer the sound of my rumble 40 to the 100, which is why it's the one i bought. that and you pointing out the 40 was lighter than the 25.
and i don't use overdrive.
I can't think of a situation occurring that would cause me to play outside of my home.
I never use the Rumble 40 or 100 Over Drive controls for over drive. But if you turn them both counter clockwise (to minimum), you can use the red button (over-drive over-ride button) as an effective Standby Switch. Very handy while gigging. Those of you that own one know what I'm describing here. Cool little amps.
Lol. It does lessen the bass frequencies a little bit.
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