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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by jtd125, May 13, 2002.
Hey everyone. what amp do you have? (pictures)
This might be better in the Amps Forum.
My main gig amp is an Eden Metro combo.
At church, I play through an SWR Basic Black combo.
At the practice shed, I keep my Peavey TNT 130 combo.
In the bedroom, next to my PC, is my Fender Bassman 25 combo, the best sounding and loudest combo under $350.
one of those "i need DSL or a cable modem" threads...
but here's my rig. Demeter VTBP-201s, Stewart World 1.2, Aguilar GS112.
Wow! This is the nicest rig I've seen!
I guess it's little and loud...
waiting for delivery of one of these
and i Practice (privately) through this.
It's an older model, and it has to be the best practice amp i've come across, exceptionally made, tank-like in fact.
However i have seen some newer variations of it when everything was ok at TE, perhaps transistional models, which looked very cheap.
oh well, at least i have Ernie EA
Although theres not much between them in size, but the EA is a hell of a lot heavier and louder .
I play through them with Beverley overwater and Fiona "fretless yamaha 5"
and we're all very happy at the moment, my ulimtae setup is near completion, hahaha
When I was shopping a couple years ago I found that at the $350 price point the Trace Elliot Boxer 30 trumped the Fender 25 by a very large margin in both sound quality and quantity. The newer Fenders may be better though, that was a few years ago.
This is definitely better for the amps forum.
My "big" rig is a 1966 Fender Bassman amp and an old (white label) Eden D210T speaker.
My practice amp is the aforementioned pre-Gibson Trace Elliot Boxer 30 which I love.
i have a SUNN 2x15 Cab, and a Hartke 3500 Bass head
Hughes & Kettner BassBase 600
Euphonic Audio VL-110 cabs
What about your beloved AMP heads, Brad? Still have them? Still use them?
Yes, I still have two of them. I don't see the honeymoon being over anytime soon with the H&K though. It took over ten years to find something I thought was a big enough improvement over what I was using to make a change.
I also still have the Ampeg B-100R and still dig it too. And the Polytone MiniBrute III and Yamaha PB-1 and several power amps. And too many speakers though I have cut down.
The current rig can more than handle any gigs I do.
The big rig is an Ashdown ABM900 with Ashdown ABM 4x10 and 2x8 cabs. Compact rig is an iAMP 350 (which should be here soon--had to get it replaced by EA because Bass Place ignored me) and an ABM-Mini 110T cab. I'm hoping to get a CXL112 when I can afford stuff again.
Right now I have a Nemesis 210 combo amp, I just bought an ampeg bxt-410hl (Victor Wooten Steve Bailey Design) and I am about to purchase a carvin DCM1500 power amp and grab an aquilar or ampeg pre-amp
No pics, sorry, but I use
Eden WT-300 (as pre-amp and backup power)
Carvin DCM1000 (regular power)
Two 8 ohm Eden D-410XLTs
or, as some call it, the Rig of Doom or the Death Rig. Take yer pick.
Me too. Unfortunately i don't own it, I only borrow it from the music-school where i study/work for gigs.
this is off to amps.
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I really need to get a digital camera...
Bag End S15-D (x2)
Bag End S18-D (only comes to outdoor shows and really big clubs)
Ashdown ABM RPM1
Mackie 1400i power amp
Korg rack tuner
Furman power conditioner
No pics yet but this is my bass rig in an SKB 6U rack with extra spaces to keep the amp cool:
Furman Power Conditioner/Tuner
Kern IP-777 preamp
FMR RNC compressor
Crown K2 power amp
Euphonic Audio VL 210 cabinet