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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Thor, May 21, 2013.
Call that stage setup.. The OREOS! LOL
Are we all too PC to not think that would be cute?
What is the headless bass? I like that!
I'm glad you are enjoying the dUg pedal. I soooo wish they would do the same thing with the GED2112 pre.
The GED2112 made me wish I still had my rack rigs! I used to own RBI, RPM, and VT-RM. A pedal version of the GED is a great idea.
The headless is a custom Zon Sonus 519: fancy present to myself for getting older. Fortunately I survived the 9.5 month build time.
Very cool! I've never had the opportunity to try out a Zon. I've wanted to try out a Sonus for the longest time.
The AVRI 62 Jazz and TV 15 got the nod for the senior health fair Saturday.
Marathon practice session before hitting the road.
Last night we crammed into a small, unremarkable tavern, but still tried to play rock star!
Behind the smokescreen:
Sadowsky NYC Ultra Vintage P5
Martin Keith Elfin Plus 5
Reiner Amplification VHF700 head
Bergantino HG310 cab
Darkglass B7K Ultra
Tech 21 DP-3X (dUg Pinnick distortion)
Reiner Amplification Gasoline overdrive
A TV fifteen is on the GAS list for me....
Hey @Fuzzbass. You seem to be using that HG310 a darn lot. You're still digging it lots? Iirc, you like/ have a NV610 and, like me, love that as much as I do my NV215. I usually use my Fender Super Bassman all tube beast, but I'm also using a B|Amp, so.... another Berg cab is on my GAS list.
Last nights gig I used a TC Electronic BH800, which I have not used in a very long time, with 2 TC Electronic K212 cabs, 2 Sterling Ray 34's, an ESP/LTD B-4z through a Line 6 wireless system.
I usually stack the cabs vertically, but I thought it was going to be a pretty loud show and didn't want the speakers closer to my ears so I stacked them horizontally. Luckily it wasn't that loud and I could still hear everything perfectly, so I just left them horizontally.
Right on, I love mine and somehow it seems to have become the default amp for this cover band. Which is fine, it sounds great but I would sure like to use my Mesa Boogie more.
Given what I know about your level of patience, 9 1/2 months of waiting for a bass is mere child's play.....
Wow, good eye: the HG310 (or two) has had a loooong run of gigs. I definitely prefer the NV610, but the HG310 sounds nice and when I get my rig dialed in properly I forget that it has neo drivers.
Two reasons I've been using the HG so much. First, I got a bunch of gigs with a new rock band, but almost all of them are at unfamiliar venues, and I do not want to risk having to haul the NV up a flight of stairs or cram it onto a teeny stage. Second: as of this year my long-running rock band is no longer playing three venues that had wide stages and easy load-in that allowed me to use NV610 -- that was a result of bad luck with one venue, and bad behavior by a certain bandmate at the other two. I really really miss the NV, but my ears are adjusting to the HG.
Last Sunday I used this rig with full PA support for an Eagles tribute gig. This weekend with Springsteen-style band I will pull the walkabout head and use it with a Bergantino CN410. Bass is fender Road Worn P-bass with Lollar overwound pickup.
Two Subway 15's under a Genz Benz head (probably a Shuttle6.0).
I have bigger rigs though it would seem most places are "boomy" so ... this works,hehe...
I got it for $30 at a Goodwill store (that store has been good to me.) It had static and would cut out when messing with the volume ofcaoccasion. I cleaned the internals well and replaced one pot, and it has been great ever since.
This was a "travel light' gig, but was also close to home, so my wife could have brought me my Rumble if I had needed it. I always have a DI besides the DI built in to the Battalion (which is great.) A DI is always a last resort when we play with the small P.A.
From last night's tavern gig with my all original blues/funk/rock power trio. I played the Zon because the hot rod bass was picking up noise -- apparently it isn't shielded and/or grounded well. The Zon was super quiet (noise-wise) and sounded fantastic.
I used my two newest pedals: Tech 21 DP-3X (dUg Pinnick sig), and OvniFX Smoothie compressor. The dUg was used for two-thirds of the gig. I used the Smoothie by itself for a few songs, and with the dUg for a few songs. And I used no FX for a few songs.
Nice and easy backyard wedding tonight with an acoustic sextet, doubling as Soundguy. Beers in the cooler and a buffet, with dogs running around and everyone dancing. Great night out.
Played a private party tonight. Took my Valenti T21-J5 and played through my API TranZformer LX into my ElectroVoice powered speaker