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Too much is juuuuuust right.

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by songwriter21, Sep 18, 2008.

  1. songwriter21

    songwriter21 I have an obsession for wood. The musical kind. Supporting Member

    Jul 31, 2005
    Pittsburgh, PA
    Sponsored by Hipshot
    Well, that's how I see it.

    I gotta say, I'm quite excited. I just ordered a GK neo 210 cab to go along with my 1001RB-II head. Now I'll have a great-sounding and lightweight cab to have when I can't use my in-ears.

    I usually only have my M-Audio IE-40 in-ear monitors to hear my bass, which certainly make me happy. But, there are numerous times when I don't trust the soundguy. So I want something that'll hit my ears well with earplugs, while not killing my back up four flights of stairs to my place.

    There are times when I use my ears and my cab at the same time. *evil grin*

    My band is LOUD, but the 210 is all I need. I've tried the 410 and it sounded fantastic though too large to haul. I haven't tried the 210, but the tiltback design really makes cabs that small loud enough (to me) to get to your ears easily.

    I'm stoked-a GK head with a GK cab. I can't wait to test out that growl. Ah, the Bi-Amping function will be a welcomed addition....:hyper:

    Oh, and one last thing-does anyone know how much of a break-in period their is for these speakers?

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