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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by BassyBill, Jul 10, 2008.
Here's the link to part 2.
Okay, carry on...
MINI Rigs of Doom.
And sorry for killing the other thread!
Nope - this is NOT the mini rigs of doom thread. This is for the big stuff.
Mini Rigs of Doom: Episode II - A pack of the Cones is still going strong http://www.talkbass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=347456
Good job too, it's my favourite thread title.
Wait...oops. I read the wrong one on the topic list.
*slams head on desk*
It's late and I'm tired. Peace.
Ok I'll Play...
Ya I don't think I posted my current rig in the other DOOM thread so here ya go..........
plus another 6x12 and 2x15 to be added in the next 2 weeks.
We are not worthy, we are not worthy.
Geez is that necessary??
looks like a lot of fun to me
this geezer must play huge stages ... or simply like a fat sound ... probably both ....!
That array brings back some memories!!!
What cabinet is underneath the MusicMan head on the left?
Carvin B1500 - Mesa Powerhouse 2X15 - Avatar 2X12
And yes, it only goes out on big stages
Got all my stuff together last summer for a few pics.
Missing is a SWR 1x12 Bass monitor and an Hartke 140 head, forgot them at practice.
that makes me happy.
Not even close to being necessary lol Practical?......probably not. But it sure is cool standing in front of it. 44 going on 18 I guess. Plus I like making people's jaws drop when we start setting up. My Ric through that rig sounds monstrous to my ears.
PS - no I don't use the "11" setting.
I posted this in the last one.. But, like to let everyone know that I hate eardrums.
nice rig... but have your GK's caught on fire yet? i hate it when that happens... although i have heard that some GK heads actually dont crash and burn. good thing too, because they really do sound great.
Subscribed, I'll take a pic saturday
Here's my Rig of Doom. In gig situations I'll probably be using just one half of the speakers at a time -- either the Bergantino NV215 for larger gigs, or the Dr. Bass mini stack for smaller rooms or when I need more portability. But I'll be rehearsing with the full rig for a few weeks until I get a good feel for how the two halves of it sound, both together and separately. It sounds good -- *really good*. In fact, I have a hard time imagining how anything could sound substantially better (for my personal tone goals). The Dr. Bass 1260 Slant contributes a great clarity to the highs and mids, and the NV215 adds its well-known depth and roundness to the lows. The Demeter preamp mixes in its warm, clean, complex tone, and then the Crest CA-9 makes it loud enough to crumble a stone wall... Slapping on the low B string is an experience beyond my ability to describe. It demands some serious intestinal fortitude.