Post your rigs - PART TWO

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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by narcdor » 19 Aug 2017, 13:33

DoctorJohn wrote:
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Impressive. If it kept beer cold I might be convinced of the effort, props to you for the commitment.
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by brucebruce » 19 Aug 2017, 16:44

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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by MentalPatient » 19 Aug 2017, 21:30

^ That's a unique amp & cab combo. Probably sounds awesome, I bet it does. Congrats Bruce.
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by slowlearner » 19 Aug 2017, 22:41

Small party gig tonight at our harp player's place. No PA, so I cobbled together this mess.

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Zoom B3 --> Behringer reference amp (channel 2) --> 1x10" + 1x12".

We used channel 1 on the power amp to run the vocal PA for the night. Ie. a mini mixer and one speaker ratchet strapped to a ladder. Looks agricultural, but was more than up to a quietish blues set.

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I've used the Zoom through this amp bridged into my 6x10" at home before and not loved it. On the gig tonight though, it was excellent. I was using my Fretless 5 and the SVT patch for the most part. The guys in the band liked the sound too. I actually dialed a lot of mids out funnily enough. I also used the Avalon patch momentarily and that seems like there's some pretty great tone there as well. Still hard to compete with the TH350 for weight and convenience.
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by aphekgreg » 19 Aug 2017, 22:44

brucebruce wrote:
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What cab is that?
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by narcdor » 19 Aug 2017, 23:13

Warwick Hellborg 2x12 by the looks of it
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by brucebruce » 20 Aug 2017, 10:44

MentalPatient wrote:
19 Aug 2017, 21:30
^ That's a unique amp & cab combo. Probably sounds awesome, I bet it does. Congrats Bruce.
Thanks!
narcdor wrote:
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Warwick Hellborg 2x12 by the looks of it
Yep... Warwick Hellborg Hi-Cab 212
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by hamo » 20 Aug 2017, 12:32

slowlearner wrote:
19 Aug 2017, 22:41
Small party gig tonight at our harp player's place. No PA, so I cobbled together this mess.

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Zoom B3 --> Behringer reference amp (channel 2) --> 1x10" + 1x12".

We used channel 1 on the power amp to run the vocal PA for the night. Ie. a mini mixer and one speaker ratchet strapped to a ladder. Looks agricultural, but was more than up to a quietish blues set.

Image

I've used the Zoom through this amp bridged into my 6x10" at home before and not loved it. On the gig tonight though, it was excellent. I was using my Fretless 5 and the SVT patch for the most part. The guys in the band liked the sound too. I actually dialed a lot of mids out funnily enough. I also used the Avalon patch momentarily and that seems like there's some pretty great tone there as well. Still hard to compete with the TH350 for weight and convenience.
Looks like it was a bit chilly there!
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by slowlearner » 20 Aug 2017, 14:50

^ Night time in a garage, I'd say about 14degC so not too bad. :)
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by Frobie » 21 Aug 2017, 05:18

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SHE'S AN OLD RIG THAT STILL KICKS BUTT PEAVEY MKIV HEAD 1820 CAB
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by Frobie » 21 Aug 2017, 05:21

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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by slowlearner » 21 Aug 2017, 15:03

slowlearner wrote:
19 Aug 2017, 22:41
I've used the Zoom through this amp bridged into my 6x10" at home before and not loved it. On the gig tonight though, it was excellent. I was using my Fretless 5 and the SVT patch for the most part. The guys in the band liked the sound too. I actually dialed a lot of mids out funnily enough. I also used the Avalon patch momentarily and that seems like there's some pretty great tone there as well. Still hard to compete with the TH350 for weight and convenience.
Postscript to this...

I was messing around cleaning up my office and plugged another power amp I have into the 6x10" with the B3 plugged in. Man, I'm really liking this setup on second attempt. The SVT patch was awesome, but so were a lot of the other patches. I'm only about 3 years behind the rest of the forum and TB. :red face
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by RedVee » 21 Aug 2017, 18:39

slowlearner wrote:
21 Aug 2017, 15:03
slowlearner wrote:
19 Aug 2017, 22:41
I've used the Zoom through this amp bridged into my 6x10" at home before and not loved it. On the gig tonight though, it was excellent. I was using my Fretless 5 and the SVT patch for the most part. The guys in the band liked the sound too. I actually dialed a lot of mids out funnily enough. I also used the Avalon patch momentarily and that seems like there's some pretty great tone there as well. Still hard to compete with the TH350 for weight and convenience.
Postscript to this...

I was messing around cleaning up my office and plugged another power amp I have into the 6x10" with the B3 plugged in. Man, I'm really liking this setup on second attempt. The SVT patch was awesome, but so were a lot of the other patches. I'm only about 3 years behind the rest of the forum and TB. :red face
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by FunkDragon » 21 Aug 2017, 19:02

brucebruce wrote:
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Nice!
I haven't had the privilege to play through any Darkglass gear but there seems to be plenty of love for it. From what I've seen around the internet, a lot of Spector players seem to favour Darkglass pedals too....

Nice choice of gear though!
Spector, Warwick, you can't go wrong. Love to get my hands on a High Cab...
How are you finding the Hellborg as a single Cab solution?
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Re: Post your rigs - PART TWO

Post by brucebruce » 21 Aug 2017, 19:58

FunkDragon wrote:
21 Aug 2017, 19:02
brucebruce wrote:
19 Aug 2017, 16:44
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Nice!
I haven't had the privilege to play through any Darkglass gear but there seems to be plenty of love for it. From what I've seen around the internet, a lot of Spector players seem to favour Darkglass pedals too....

Nice choice of gear though!
Spector, Warwick, you can't go wrong. Love to get my hands on a High Cab...
How are you finding the Hellborg as a single Cab solution?
:)
Thanks! Haven't had a chance to put the cab through its paces at full volume... I've been out of the band scene for a bit - but I have an audition at the end of the week (so I'll let you know) - can't wait to push the Hellborg with the Darkglass; Very clean, hifi sounding cab. Although, the Hellborg HiCab probably lacks the lows if I was running with a passive P/PJ/J but with the Spector/Darkglass combination, I get plenty of bottom end.
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