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Your Gig Rig

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by jazzbass_5, May 25, 2009.


  1. jazzbass_5

    jazzbass_5

    Sep 1, 2007
    NY, Medina
    Show us your Gig rig and what do you like about it and what would you change.
    Here's mine:
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  2. jazzbass_5

    jazzbass_5

    Sep 1, 2007
    NY, Medina
    BTW, I like it's abundant power, great sound and its portability.
     
  3. DaveDeVille

    DaveDeVille ... you talkin' to me ?? Supporting Member

    Fender Bassman 300 Pro
    Bergantino HT210
    Bergantino HT115

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    what do i like about it ??
    i love the tone of the Bassman ...
    the Bergs' are the finest sounding cabs i've ever played thru ...
    and the total weight of this rig is very manageable ,
    especially with my hand truck ...

    what would i change about it ???

    hmmm ...





    ... nothing really .
    :D
     
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  4. B-string

    B-string Supporting Member

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    Love the power and wide range of "tones" I can get from it.
    Change? Rack on the way and I wish I didn't still need the 800rb for stage fill on outside gigs, but I don't have to go through the PA now.
     
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  6. PBass101

    PBass101

    Jul 3, 2008
    Illinois
    Is the GK 4x12 a stereo cabinet? Can you send different amplifiers to each 2x12 section?
     
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  7. B-string

    B-string Supporting Member

    No it is a single input cab 4 ohm. I use a 115 or 215 from the 800rb for the other side of the stage fed from the Fusion's effects send. :) Some day going to run the 215 and 115 with a 410 from the 800rb as well just to hear the guitarists whine.;)
     
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  8. jazzbass_5

    jazzbass_5

    Sep 1, 2007
    NY, Medina
    Nice rigs so far, anyone else?
     
  9. Depending on what gig I'm playing, I've got 3 gig rigs.

    Carvin SBR1018 (BX1200 head, BR410, BR118 cabs)
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    Carvin SBX410 (BX1200 head, BRX10.4 cab, 1,200 watts rms @ 4 ohms)
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    Carvin BX500 head, BRX10.4 cab (500 watts rms @ 4 ohms)
    My favorite-
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  10. ScottB.

    ScottB.

    Sep 14, 2008
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    Additions in the future-
    Hartke Hydrive 115 + 410
     
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  11. jazzbass_5

    jazzbass_5

    Sep 1, 2007
    NY, Medina
    Hey vinxbass
    Tell me about your Carvin, Our Lead/Rhythm guitarist/PA owner swears by their power amps (for our PA) How do you like your amp and Cabs?
     
  12. Carvin's new DCM power amps are absolutely killer, excellent for their power and reliability.

    As far as my amp and cabs go, I've been using the Carvin gear since Jan '07' and have played hundreds of gigs in that time with absolutely no problems whatsoever. They have more than enough headroom that I would ever need. The BX1200 has alot of eq options and does take some time to get settled in, but once you've established your sound your set. The BRX10.4 neo cab is a monster, only 76 lbs but has incredible dynamic range. It's got to be one of the best values out there. I don't know anyone who's played thru the BRX series that's ever said anything but good about those cabs and drivers. Supposably, they use B & C drivers. I've checked them out and they look exactly like B & C drivers, if not then there still excellent speakers for the money. Needless to say I've been very pleased with the performance of my Carvin gear.
     
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  13. oldrocker

    oldrocker Supporting Member

    Partially obsured by the PA Speaker:


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    Eden WT800B + Mesa Powerhouse 4X10 + Eden 210XLT

    I don't always use both cabs - I wish it had a tuner mute. :bassist:
     
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  14. Ale

    Ale

    Jul 5, 2006
    Europe
    Endorsing Artist: IGiG Cases
    Gig rig, practice rig, session rig, you name it.
    I also have a few smaller cabs but this is the every-day-rig.

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    Tecamp Puma 500 in to a M212 (4ohms)
    I like it because it is very clean and brutally honest. The head goes in to my gig bag, and i can take the cab in one hand. Easy living!
    It is also very very loud.
    I had a EBS 810 for a while, and this thing is louder.
     
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  15. lo-freq

    lo-freq aka UFO

    Jan 19, 2003
    DFW, Texas
    Here's what I've been using lately:

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    Yamaha PB-1 preamp -> Yamaha CP2000 power amp -> EA CX-310 cab.

    I get a good full, punchy tone that cuts through real well.
     
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  16. jazzbass_5

    jazzbass_5

    Sep 1, 2007
    NY, Medina
    Nice!
     
  17. Interceptor

    Interceptor

    Mar 29, 2005
    Madison, WI
    Thunderfunk 420 into an Epifani T-112.

    At some point, I'll add another T-112 just to add more meat for the bigger rooms. The rig as it stands is great for the mix of Jazz and corporate work I do.
     
  18. johnk_10

    johnk_10 vintage bass nut Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 16, 2008
    Washington, Utah
    John K Custom Basses
    my "gig rig" that i've been using lately (Ampeg SVT-VR with a 1970 Ampeg V4 guitar cab loaded with four Eminence Deltalite 2512-II's with ally dust caps (wired to 2 ohms) . it sounds huge and punchy and i really couldn't be happier with it).:

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    and my "band practice rig" (1971 Ampeg V4B with the same cab):

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  19. thinking about getting the same setup,how do you like it?
     
  20. lo-freq

    lo-freq aka UFO

    Jan 19, 2003
    DFW, Texas
    Thanks!

    I have an EA iAmp-600 that needs some work.
    I really love the tone of the 600 w/the CX-310 (I haven't heard the iAmp-800 which some people consider sounds 'sterile' -- the 600 definitely doesn't, but I wish it had about twice the wattage that it does).
    The CP2000 give 450W @ 8 ohm using one channel or 1300W @ 8 ohm if I bridge it, so I can play outdoor gigs or really big venues with that.
     
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