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Discussion in 'Bass Amps & Cabinets' started by anarchyok, Mar 23, 2006.

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  1. anarchyok

    anarchyok

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    Here's my humble rig, note the cool blue led for the on led!

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    would love to see some nice Tubepaths in all their glory, tubes glowing etc!
     
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    Warwick PROFET 3.2S
    Warwick 115 PRO Cab

    Warwick X-treme 1000watt (before named 10.1)
    Warwick 211 PRO Cab
    Warwick 411 PRO Cab

    Warwick Sweet 15 combo

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  3. Darryll

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    Tubepath 10.1

    My big dirty stack of magic!
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    LOUD NOISES!!!
     
  4. anarchyok

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    nice rigs guys! i just went to see my fave band play, and their bassist has just got a new Tubepath 10.1 and Neo 8x10. Flicked on the switch and pow, tubes blew. Didn't get used grrr
     
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    Damn! Don't say that dude.

    I'm scared now!! :?
     
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    4strings.to.choke.upon

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    in our schools bandroom i play a profet 3.1. its great, but i cant stand these ugly comic-letters written on them. makes it look kinda non-profesional. thats sad
     
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    Shows em up a treat onstage though man.

    Very imposing. Which I like very much.
     
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    Not a Warwick Amp, but what the heck...This baby moves enough air.
    It is what the sig says:
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    this is a nice stack! i´ve owned the same cabinet with a Peavey Mark IV head.
     
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    That`s great!! It`s been with me for 8 years, bought the whole rig for just 300$.

    BTW, I`m not entirely sure of its capacity. It draws 800W, but on the back it says: 210W in 4 ohm, 300W in 2 ohm, 30V RMS. It`s got two speaker-outputs.

    The cabinet has a maxload at 400W RMS (program)
    or 200W RMS (28,3 V RMS cont.)
    4 ohm impedance, and crossover at 500 Hz.

    Anyone care to explain?
     
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    And here's mine, not Warwick but...
    It's a Drome (the small one) 150 W with a 1x12
    Then a Gorm 350W with 2x10
    And a AC 300 Active 1X15 + 2" Tweeter with built in 350 W amp

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  12. Rick Tobin

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    Not Warwick, but sounds great nonetheless!

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    Nice looking rig, Rick
     
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    Thanks mate! I just need to find something for that top rack space! I've been contemplating a DBX 160a!
     
  15. anarchyok

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    Yes, a nice compressor would be sweet! I'd love to hear the schroeder in action. I'm yet to actually hear one, but i've heard nothing but good things about them!
     
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    They're certainly great cabs, no chest thumping lows but a big bottom nonetheless, and a really nice low-midrange. Can't wait to hear my newcoming Warwick growl through this setup!

    Oh and anarchy, let's see some pics of that new Nemesis rig!
     
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    well, you asked for it!

    Its normally teamed to a Hartke VX410 also. Still love my little BlueCab20, great little amp for low volume situations.

    Pic isn't great quality but you get the idea!

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    Wow dude! That looks awesome. Love the blue NEMESIS light. Do yourself a favour and ditch that HArtke and get another Nemesis 4x10 or 2x10! That would be a killer rig.

    Hmm I'm gonna have to look into those BlueCabs, I've been looking for a nice sounding small combo.. How much did you pay for yours if you don't mind me asking?

    It looks like Warwick discontinued the Bluecab 20 and brought out a Bluecab 15 with an 8 inch speaker, that would be perfect for what I'm after. I'll have to find out a price.
     
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    yep, that hartke is going in favour of a Nemesis 210...
    my BlueCab20 cost me $230 Australian....not bad at all!
     
  20. Rick Tobin

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    Wow that's cheap. I wonder if the newer Bluecab 15 would cost around the same.
     
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