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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by jazzbass_5, May 25, 2009.
Indeed it does.
Although I've run several different amps, the one constant has been my Berg AE212 cab, currently running with Aguilar Db750 head. But I also have run my Walkabout with the AE212 and the Kustom class D 500W head.
I love the GK-1001RB head. Killer tones, super reliable, and loud. I really need to buy one.
terrible pic, but that's a peavey model 215, a GB215, and my mesa d800+... currently gigging with my Epi EB-3...into a Boss L/E, Joyo Ulti OD, MXR M-85, and a EHX bass clone... slowly integrating my EHX mono synth and exp pedal into the set... my always on are the L/E and the OD... with the input gain on the mesa almost dimed... I'm a dirty old man. But I guarantee you'll hear me.
Now that we've all had down time and all my rigs are back in order I thought it was time to revive this thread.
Come on my low end friends time to show off your rigs again!
I have 5 I'll be posting.
1. This is my most used rig.
Ampeg SCR-DI/Quilter BB800/Peavey 1975 6x10 (outfitted with Dayton Pro 10s).
Second is my BIG show rig.
Audio-Technica Wireless/Alesis Nanocompressor/Ampeg SVPCL/QSC PLX3002/Ampeg 8x10.
#3 is my old school 90s dream rig.
Peavey Bassfex/Profex midi controller/DPC1400X power amp/Peavey 1820 cab.
The 4x10 punisher.
Digitech BP8/Ampeg SVP-PRO/Peavey CS1000X/Modified Carvin 4x10 with Beta Eminence 10s
That was my very first cab! Came paired with a Mark IV Head
The 4/10 backup.
Digitech BP8/Sansamp RBI/Crest CPW 900/Hartke 4x10 modified w/200w Eminence drivers. (cool stainless Harley Davidson badge I found in this house and polished).
Those old Peavey amps were great! Had a Mark VIII that served me well for a long time.
AD200B and Berg NV215 was it a month or so ago
Traynor YBA100 (show model/prototype) + Traynor DHX210 (sample run)
Been running this rig for over 15 years and wouldn't change a thing. Each cab has been upgraded to an Eminence Kappa 12A for 450W/900W RMS/peak each. The ADA MP2 gives me great tonal control with a pair of old stock Telefunken EC83 long smooth plate tubes. The Triple C compressor gives me solid, transparent compression. And the GK 1001RB has punch And clarity for days. And no single piece of this rig weighs more then 45 lbs.
Yep. Easy one-hand carry, and they sound great. Full but tight lows, punchy midrange. And did I mention the easy one-hand carry?
Been running this Avatar/MB500 rig for several years. Love everything about it.
Until the gig-world is back, this little BA108 is my home "gig" (read practice) rig. It actually sounds really good.
So do I.
Thanks! I've been curious how a pair of these do.. not any mention on the Mesa thread.. I do absolutely love my D800, though
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