Small Rig

Amps, Cabs, Effects, Pickups, Onboard Preamps
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slowlearner
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Re: Small Rig

Post by slowlearner » 11 Jan 2018, 08:43

BazzBass wrote:
09 Jan 2018, 18:21
40 kilos? no wonder my back hated it. Halfway up a double storey set of stairs I felt it slipping, so I let go, if it broke I'd borrow someone else's amp, I had stopped caring. It slid all the way down to the basement level with a loud thud. Worked first time and for the next five years til I traded it in lol.
Solid as a brick....coz it's made from bricks lol
I got given a Peavey power amp some time back. 250w/channel. One of the channels was fried. This thing weighed something like 30kg all on it's own. The transformer inside it was 4x6x6" block of solid metal.
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So yeah, loving my TH350. :D
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Fatso
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Re: Small Rig

Post by Fatso » 13 Jan 2018, 11:18

Although I’m not a fan of them individually one of the best bass tones I’ve achieved was paring the VT in front of a TH500. Something about that combination just clicks!

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MentalPatient
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Re: Small Rig

Post by MentalPatient » 13 Jan 2018, 16:06

Here's my small rig -
49lbs for the cab and the amp weighs next to nothing.
You so do want to play this with a P-Bass.
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blizzard
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Re: Small Rig

Post by blizzard » 13 Jan 2018, 18:15

I tried a Fender Rumble 500 into the Rumble 115 cab yesterday, I thought it sounded fantastic especially for the price. I liked the cab much more than either of the Markbass cabs I tried.

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