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Show your rigs... (8x10's max, 4x10's min)

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by BryanSwift, Aug 30, 2008.

  1. BryanSwift


    Jun 21, 2008
    SE MI
    This thread is for guys like me that rock a 4x10 cab or 4x10 + 4x10 or 4x10 + 1x15 or 4x10 + 1x18 as long as it starts with a 4x10 cab and there's no more than 8x10's and no less than 4x10's altogether... NO MONSTER RIGS! NO MINI RIGS! CALL THIS MED RIGS! Oh and NO AMPEGS!
  2. toobalicious


    May 6, 2008
    triad, nc
    i have zero 10" n my rig(s). guess i dont qualify.

    unless, that is, you consider a super reverb..........................
  3. joegeezer


    Mar 9, 2005
    Northern Wisconsin
    Avatar Club#12 Eden Club Lucky# 13--USA Peavey Club#37 Carvin Club#5
    I love the sound of my rig so much, that showing it off is always a pleasure. 6 space Pearson rack holds a Sabine RT7000 tuner, an Eden WT-330, as a preamp to a Carvin DCM-2500 power amp.
    Two Avatar 410NEO cabs at 4 ohms each, they run at 850 watts each at 4 ohms from the amp, for a 1700 watt stack of fine Eden tone. The Avatar NEO cab goes real low, great for the 5 string. Best rig I have ever owned. It's a keeper.
  4. My Carvin SBR1018 is more than enough amp I will ever use. I use the 4x10 cab for indoors, but for outdoors I use both the 4x10 and 1-18. I've had it 2 yrs. and this amp has never failed me, solid as can be.:smug:
  5. Croox


    Sep 16, 2007
    South Side Chicago
  6. eastcoasteddie


    Mar 24, 2006
    are those BR 4x10's ported? in the rear? (no pun intended...)
  7. ^Nope, all sealed. I've got a little brother to that rig. (minus the 18" and the second PA in the head)
  8. Bluesbob


    Mar 13, 2000
    Springfield, TN
    This is my new rig, replacing an Ampeg SVT II and SWR Goliath III that I used for the last seven years...

    This set-up is lighter and louder, I posted this pic in "mini-rigs" also.
  9. Bass Collector

    Bass Collector

    Aug 14, 2008
    This is a great sounding rig...

  10. How about a 2x10 and a 2x12? Does that count since the 2x12 is the same size as a 4x10? I'd vote yes so here it is. I do have a 4x10 but it's at the studio where I keep all my live gear. This here is my church rig. It's a great sounding rig.

  11. calebbarton


    Aug 25, 2007
    I manufacture for several companies including but not limited to: Bridge City Sound, Catalinbread, more.
    + 2x15 mesa cab that i recently acquired.
  12. Revvv


    Oct 31, 2007
    This definitely qualifies.

    I've played through a lot of gear, and nothing sounds as good as my Hartke.

  13. Kingskippy2001


    Aug 12, 2008
    I need to find a church like that! I bet people wake up when you start to play. :bassist:

  14. Dude, I'm telling you, they love me at my church. I even had a fan club with t-shirts that the people at my church would wear. They had pictures of me with the words "Play that holy music white boy" on the back.
  15. miss g

    miss g

    Mar 30, 2008

    My humble 410.
  16. wallybill


    Apr 4, 2007
    Tuscola, Il.
    Sorry, Didn't see the no Ampeg rule
  17. BryanSwift


    Jun 21, 2008
    SE MI
    no worries, you're the only one who actually edited their post... For that I think you deserve a slot on here... some have only 2x10's.. 4x10 min...lol
  18. wallybill


    Apr 4, 2007
    Tuscola, Il.
    Thanks BryanSwift, but I don't have a 4x10 either, I've got a 6x10 that isn't an Ampeg, can it count?
  19. I was just going to ask the same thing. 2x10 + 2x12 = My current set up. Definitely a medium size rig.

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