Wednesday, 14 May 2008
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Show us your set up ....Bass and Amp what do you play through... Do you like it... What don't you like....
14 years ago
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[img:4hrm1694]http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c277/Brim79/DSC_0604.jpg[/img:4hrm1694] [img:4hrm1694]http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c277/Brim79/brim_wt550_rig.jpg[/img:4hrm1694] Eden WT550 head (8,4,2 ohms @ 300w,500w,750w, 3db headroom, 20 lbs) http://www.eden-electronics.com/product ... wt550.aspx Eden D210xst cabinet (dual 10" cast frame XST drivers, cast bell tweeter, 59 lbs, 500w, 4 or 8 ohms - I've got the 4ohm cab, freq. response 30hz-14khz) http://www.eden-electronics.com/product ... 210xst.asp Love it. I've used this mini-rig for 2-1/2 years now, exclusively at church (500 seat auditorium, outdoor stage w/ 1200 seats, small cafe gigs, 200 seat gym gig, etc.) Handles the Dingwall low B very well (even the dropped low A is solid). For small / medium sized gigs it carries very well. Even better if you have FOH support, the Eden DI out is superb. Forgot to add, it's very portable. Both cab and 4-space rack fit perfect in the trunk of my hatchback VW Golf (GTI version). The ABII goes up front! :)
14 years ago
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Yeah - those Dingers in the front seat. Safe. I'm the same way! You look at it and think.... OK this is going up front where nothing could happen... Do you use a seat belt? :wink:
14 years ago
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Brim, I am with you on the compact rig. For years I had to squeeze my gear into the front seat of my Nissan pickup if it were to rain. I scaled down from head+410+115+8x8 to a compact head and two compact 112s and I love it! This topic is lots of fun, and I'm sure most of us like to brag on our rigs, but I worry that it does not pertain to Dingwall basses very much and has been done to death on the bigger forums. Plus, I think there is another thread allready going on this here as well.
14 years ago
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[img:3tquaqjr]http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w267/Smallmouth_Bass/20070501-001R.jpg[/img:3tquaqjr]
14 years ago
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[quote="Smallmouth_Bass":3ftt8s7s][img:3ftt8s7s]http://i178.photobucket.com/albums/w267/Smallmouth_Bass/20070501-001R.jpg[/img:3ftt8s7s][/quote:3ftt8s7s] That's pretty darn close to what I'm using :) . I use an Ashdown head though. How do you like your Bergies Smallmouth?
14 years ago
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Here's my setup at the moment. Mhh, I'm missing a bass... Powerwise it's oke, soundwise mwoah... Sorry for the poor quality of the photo. Looking at a Hevos stack (www.hevos.nl) right now. Any experience from you guys? It's Dutch!! Quite impressive, really let's out the bass itsself and doesn't color the sound. Gotta go try sometime soon.. :twisted:
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14 years ago
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I bet these two babes sound monstrous!!!
14 years ago
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Dingwall Afterburner 2, 5 String Epifany 2-10, Trace Elliot pre amp, QSC amp....
14 years ago
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Not mobile (AT ALL). Actually its pretty laughable but I luvs it. [img:1ytaad2h]http://i44.photobucket.com/albums/f50/kiddjazz/bassrig.jpg[/img:1ytaad2h] I split the instrument signal through a radial JD7. chain as follows. SVT into the 4x10 portion of the B1540 cab Sunn #1 into the 15" portion of the B1540 Sunn #2 into the 2x10 mesa V6 into the 4b for the uber growl that only the low B of a dingwall can deliver. I am not a loved man during load in and load out, many beers are usually offered for peacekeeping ':lol:' Needless to say I gig very little.
14 years ago
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:shock: Holy back strain Batman! Is that a PJB cab in there? It looks a little outta place with all the huge vintage gear :)
14 years ago
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LOL!!! well stated... yah its all beastly except the PJB extension cab, cant say enough good things about it, for such a small box it handles the low B with such detail and definition that I find it amazing. Id like to accumulate some more PJB stuff but as noted I dont gig enough to justify it.
14 years ago
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[quote="Zac Hammons":37y1z78f] That's pretty darn close to what I'm using :) . I use an Ashdown head though. How do you like your Bergies Smallmouth?[/quote:37y1z78f] So far so good! I haven't really played them out that often. My main problem is that I'm always straddling that area between not enough volume and too loud on the LMII. It's in that 7:30 to 9:00 range. Lately, I have been jamming with just one speaker and pushing it (a little) harder. I love the size of the Berg 12s. They are nice and shallow and are easy to carry around. They are now made a little deeper (15" instead of 13"). I am actually happy I got the 13" ones. They fit into my low profile compact trunk easily.
14 years ago
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Here are two recent shots from last week's gig
14 years ago
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here's my two DW's and a part of my rig. typically i use the genz gbe1200 with up to four of the ul112's and my newly acquired genz shuttle 6.0 with two or less ul112's. [img:1aw14ebg]http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k47/bassman_blue/IMG_1292.jpg[/img:1aw14ebg]
14 years ago
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One iteration.... Fullie now has the bass...
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14 years ago
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[quote="TwoPort":3rzxtzh1]One iteration.... Fullie now has the bass...[/quote:3rzxtzh1] I can testify that it is one fantastic bass. You are welcome to come over and have a Dingwall jam night :D
14 years ago
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Here is what I call "The ultimate solution" [img:3d304dwi]http://i275.photobucket.com/albums/jj297/nicdegamablanchet/NicsRig.jpg[/img:3d304dwi]
14 years ago
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Love the colour of your afterburner - my fave so far.
14 years ago
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Hey Dragonlord, thanks man, I love the color too, I almost got Sheldon to do my Z3 in the same color but a piece of spalted maple set me off on a different course! I have had several folk come up to me after a gig and offer to buy the bass on the strength of the color alone! :lol: Regards N
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