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Old 2005-11-29, 15:00
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My new rig that I'm saving for...

Ok, getting my job back next week and I'm going to be saving like a bastard for my new set up..here it goes...

Spector Euro 4
Ampeg SVT2 Pro(All tube my whores)
Ampeg 810E Cab

I realize this will take a little time to save up for....but in about 6 months or less I will have this...what do you guys think?
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Old 2005-11-29, 17:07
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Thats pretty cool, pretty much what i might be getting, but do you really need the 810 cab? if you dont, your just lugging it around, and might be a bitch transporting, but if your playing big ass venues then fairplay.
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Old 2005-11-29, 17:41
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Thats pretty cool, pretty much what i might be getting, but do you really need the 810 cab? if you dont, your just lugging it around, and might be a bitch transporting, but if your playing big ass venues then fairplay.



hahaha, no I don't at all..but basically I want something that will last awhile, and I want to start a melodic death/thrash/jazz soon..so I'm preparing for anything of what may come.

I want the 810 because it's a wall of sound. lol...I'm going from a Microbass to this setup...go big or go home.
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Old 2005-11-29, 19:27
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I'm thinking a 410 cab and a 115 cab will sound just as great and provide a little more versatility. If your playing a small 50-60 person venue, you don't need an 810.
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Old 2005-11-29, 20:33
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I obviously don't need it, it's definitely more of a want than a need.
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Old 2005-11-29, 22:32
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Old 2005-12-01, 10:56
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All tube head = 70 lbs
Ampeg 810 = 165 lbs
I would really look into the option mentioned above with the 410 +115 (although the Ampeg 115 never really left me speechless), or 2 410s, or 410 + 210 (most versatile combo IMO). Hell, my Eden 410 is enough for all of the rooms I've played in (granted I'm not filling up arenas, but then I would have roadies and sponsorships for gear). Remember also, that onstage you'll likely be getting PA support so you don't really need a huge rig.
Either way, the Ampeg + Spector is a proven combo. Good choice!
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Old 2005-12-01, 14:23
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Thanks for the tips, I guess I'll have to see when I get the money, it depends how desperate I am, rather to wait and keep saving..and having a 20watt practise amp makes me VERY IMPATIENT.
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Old 2006-01-21, 00:34
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dont really agree with the bass or the head but the cab is good i have that cab and it amazing. the head i would recomend is the Gallian Krueger 2001rb thats wha ti have and its amazing. and as far as a bass i would recomend the Warwick infinaty sn thats the bass im getting that thing is a beauty
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Old 2006-01-21, 10:44
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Hmm interesting suggestion...but they do not sell that brand where I live.
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Old 2006-01-23, 16:28
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tell ya what, in the music shop i go to they had an svt4 pro (all tube preamp +beaslty 1200 w power section) plugged into the 8x10...ohh god it was like instant splooge. i played a warwick thumb 6 string throuhg it and i played all my primus material and it was like heaven. that amp was so versitile i loved it!!! right now i have an ampeg b2r and a swr workingman 4x10 (because i have very small income for this stuff) and the svt was so sexy sounding.
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Old 2006-01-23, 17:52
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SVT = Sex Video Tapes...

I guess MusicStop in Halifax had the dark blue Euro I wanted..for $1199cdn...

I'm putting this on hold though, buying a new computer next week or so.(would have been sooner but I'm a gambler..)
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Old 2006-01-23, 21:57
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hey guys i dont want to hijack the thread or anything but what are your thoughts on orange bass rigs? ive heard such good things and want to try some out.
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Old 2006-02-03, 05:12
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Ok, getting my job back next week and I'm going to be saving like a bastard for my new set up..here it goes...

Spector Euro 4
Ampeg SVT2 Pro(All tube my whores)
Ampeg 810E Cab

I realize this will take a little time to save up for....but in about 6 months or less I will have this...what do you guys think?


Sweet shit man, thats like....the perfect combination Spector and Ampeg fucking OWN! especially when used together
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Old 2006-02-03, 19:07
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yeah ive got to get a whole new rig too
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Old 2006-02-03, 19:11
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Im saving for a SWR or Epifani rig, im nearly there, and then im going to see what the tone is like on both of them, its going to be a hard choice..
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Old 2006-02-04, 02:40
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Im saving for a SWR or Epifani rig, im nearly there, and then im going to see what the tone is like on both of them, its going to be a hard choice..


I've never heard of Epifani....and theres something I don't like about SWR, they are well built and all...but I find they don't have much tonal range....but thats just me, I'm an Ampeg fucker....just like 80% of bass players lol, I guess I just like tubes better.
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Old 2006-02-08, 23:33
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I am just starting my bass playing career and plan to buy an Ibanez which seems to be really popular around here. Not sure which model yet, any suggestions for a beginner/noob?
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Old 2006-02-08, 23:37
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Old 2006-02-08, 23:49
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I must admit, Trabens do look rather sleek and sexy.
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