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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Quadzilla, May 2, 2006.
A couple are going bye bye soon(Peavey, BH-260), so I had to get a family shot!
I like head too.
How do you like that NADY wireless (if it is the VHF bass)?
I bought one a while ago and let's just say it doesn't get much use anymore.
UHF, I believe.
that's what it kind of looked like to me, but the one i bought (MK-2B i believe) looks just like that.
Well...you see where it says "UHF"?
this should be posted in the "rigs of doom" thread hahah.
thats alot of awesome heads man. you should figure out a way to hook them all up at the same time, i bet it would be killer.
I just finished taking a bunch of shots for memory sake the last couple days.
Switched over to Bose PAS a couple months ago and have them setup on the stage where my ex plays so I took the opportunity to get some pics of the Bose and Bag End pa systems side by side. (When we split I let her keep the Bag End's and I took one of the Carver's and bought some JBL's.)
So while most would opine that it's hard to have too much head, how much for the BH-260?
Already gone to another TBer (just packed it up). The Peavey ships Friday.
Well said, well said. Just for arguements sake, the "V" on my wireless, from a distance, can look a bit like a "U."
Anywho, nice stuff Mr. Zilla.
I'll admit, it looked a bit fuzzy on my laptop's screen; had to look twice, but it's definitely a U.
It's a U. The V stuff was crap, but I have to admit, I'm impressed with his unit thus far. It also goes down to 25 or 30 HZ (can't remember which right now), so my low B even punches through.
Alright students today we will be learning about a disease know as Gear Acquisition Syndrome (GAS) This is what happens to people with GAS:
Notice the 2 different tube heads, and also two of the same amplifiers. These are the textbook symptoms of GAS. Lets look at a few more examples...
And two of the same tuners...
...and one of the ways GAS will manifest itself is with justifications demonstrated second from top. Yes they are the same amp, but the GAS sufferer actually believes that since a couple knobs are different, that they are different amps!
wow... simply wow
thanks for giving me something to show my wife when she tells me that i have to much gear!
woohoo, she got tired of seeing Tom Bowlus' page as ammunition
I didn't want to embarass you too much...
Relay baton passed!
I understand GAS is actually quite pleasurable for a disease, except for the ill effects on the wallet and the nagging ("You just bought WHAT?") of the afflicted's spouse.
Can we ever hope for a cure? We need a ribbon, what color?
Anyone wishing to join in the fight against GAS, PM for details on donating to the United Megoto College Fund. All proceeds will be squandered recklessly.