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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by 2behead, Jun 30, 2020.
What have I done?!?
hmm, missed the amps & cabs sub-forum, somehow
Stadium stage. 150ft across. Go hard.
No such thing as too much rig unless you have to move it by yourself.
Nice rig, have fun!
Any stage is big enough for that rig, if you don't forget to fire the drummer.
Is this a "show and tell thread", or are you genuinely curious about rig size vs. stage size?
Would love to add that bottom cab to my rig. I'd dump 600 watts on that quickly and send the other 600 from my SVT-4 PRO to my 810.
It becomes too big when you impose on others to move it regularly!
I gotta admit -- that SVT-100 makes me feel all tingly inside...
Every time I think I'm old I'm reminded that I don't think it's too loud.
You need to add a 18inch cab to get some lows out of that thing.
Even if you're really really good, I feel for your neighbors.
Just to be quixotic there's nothing in that picture I'd want.
Actually a fairly conservative rig if you’re only feeding them each 100 watts.
Wouldn’t be out of place at some gigs I’ve played, including ones at dingy holes in the wall with less than 100 max occ.
Moderation is a fatal flaw. Nothing succeeds like excess.
I love it - but I wouldn't wanna haul it.
Heh, reminds me of this...
I had never heard of the SVT-100. Interesting!
240 watts is pretty modest, actually.
It’s two rigs. Just use one when on a small / medium stage.
Me neither. It's not just you!
Call me Sancho.