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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment' started by Michael, Feb 17, 2008.
yes, the ENGL SE is that much bigger and heavier than a triple recto!
Nice rig man.
The sound spread is phenominal though. It's not directional like most cabs, you can hear it over a wide area and even when you're stood right up close in front of it.
Does the tone change when you're standing in different positions? That's something I hate about mine.
It does a little bit, but not as much as flat fronted cabs. Having said that, I still haven't got around to opening it up to see what the speakers are. They could be three different speakers for all I know.
Bad Ass! How'd you get a hold of it??? Who makes it???
there's a Trace Elliot logo badge in the upper left corner of it
Yeah, I looked at it after I posted that... I'm guessing they're no longer made anymore since they aren't on the website...
Lon g out of production mate. I think its actually a bass cab, technically.
I'm more of a cheap bastard. I snagged the Sonic for 50 bucks, the GX700 for 125 and the Velocity for about 300. The Doyle cab ran me 500 bucks, but they're normally 1200. I've still not used a better cab though. Any head thru this thing sounds insane. The case is an 8 space roller case, which I was not able to find until I spotted an ad in craigslist.
Boss GX-700 FTW!
Love mine, although I haven't figured out how to integrate it into my current setup yet.
So, got some plates from Laney:
Matching logos FTW!
Nice, lookin' good.
Your amp is now called Hal.
Not entirely Random, but, worth posting anyway as I am extremely pleased!
"im sorry ryan, but i can't let you do that"
Bit limited on pics at the mo. The tuner has now gone and been replaced by a Rocktron Hush. Haven't got cab/power amp photos on me.
the amp that doesn't let you alter the EQ