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Running 2 aggie gs112s with a streamliner 600

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by LowEndWooly, Dec 14, 2013.

  1. First off, I love my sound. I have a sterling Ray34ca with 2 aggie gs112s, top one with slight tweeter, powered by the genz benz streamliner 600. I play rock music (similar to foo fighters) but with plenty of sabbath influence, with just a tad bit of slap riffs. I also play worship in a motowny sound.

    What I like is the portability, the ability to bring just one cab, if I want.

    The problem is that I don't feel like I have enough power.. especially for this spring, when we'll start playing outdoor shows.

    I've read some nice threads on here about 2ohm amps, which is really intriguing... I could just add another GS122nt to the bottom and have a 3 stack of amazing aggie 112s able to handle what.. 900watts?

    So what advice do you have on the following:

    If I go that direction, I narrowed my choice of heads down to either the Genz Benz GBE1200 (or the GBE750, if that would be enough power/a good match up considering the price difference is pretty significant) or the Aguilar DB751, which is the priciest option.

    Or is there a better solution?
  2. OR!

    The Mesa Boogie Prodigy.. which I would love to have.. Can that run three aggies? Would the power/combination be good? The whole tube wattage gets confusing to me.
  3. Should I just get a nice 1500w active sub to add to my 3000w PA system and run direct through that, not adding bulk to my rig?
  4. nutdog

    nutdog when I'm a good dog they sometimes throw me a bone Supporting Member

    Feb 19, 2009
    in the dog house
    Prodigy is 4ohm minimum.