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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by jazzbass_5, May 25, 2009.
Cool! Invisible guitar rig.
First time I've ever seen this thread. It started 11 years ago! Interesting to see the progression by some and the steadfastness of others. Cool.
They eventually showed up.
Never expected my thread to go this long, that first picture was my road beater rig and I still have the cab, I built it and it's so heavy It sits in my garage now. The SVP-PRO Died 5 or 6 years ago, power transformer crapped out and is no longer availabile. I ended up getting another SVP-PRO. The power Amp now is being used in my PA rig as a monitor amp.
I use an SVT all the time...when it's provided by the venue or production.
Cool! I have almost everything (guitars, amps, accessories) that I ever bought, except what I've given away to rookies. All still work well enough (a few pop and hiss sounds by some older amps). Main gig is church but do several charity things with a blues/rock thing and sometimes use a 15" EV pro cab from the 70's, or an Ampeg SVT-HE 4 x 10 from the 90's, or both. Also have an Acoustic 220 head that I bought new in '78 (keep at home) and several other newer combinations of amps and cabs. I just can't let em' go!
Two bands, two different rigs
My latest gig Rig.
Started this thread 12 years ago, my how things change!
Let's keep it going!
Nice rig!. Going the opposite way with my latest gig rig revision. This little monster is loud as old hell.
For most gigs this does just fine, bigger gigs I'll take one of my 212's or LDS Faital 215, and always the Saturn V, always.
I've gigged all of these in various combos. The V4b with 4 210av is great. It depends on the venue. Depending on the backline, I may just bring a head, or no amp at all.
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