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My side of the stage....
by cgtrox on 2012-10-13 22:28:48

Well, pretty much finished. Here's what MY side of the stage will look like now. V30's up on top and 75's below. Nice combination....

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cgtrox



Re: My side of the stage....
by toneman2121 on 2012-10-14 04:24:30

ok, not enough info on the amp. and you have a gibson showing but what's in the case?



Re: My side of the stage....
by cgtrox on 2012-10-14 17:04:49

Okay amp first, HD Pro into M9 (sliding drawer) and into a Crown XLS1000 then into two Marshall 1936 cabs. The Gibson Les Paul DC Goldtop in the Gibson case is my #1, the "VH1" Fender body (painted by me) with a Warmoth neck is my #3 that resides in a Fender softshell but working on the Fender HSC for it. I have more in storage...

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cgtrox



Re: My side of the stage....
by the_budmaster on 2012-10-15 01:10:08

nice setup there!



Re: My side of the stage....
by toneman2121 on 2012-10-15 03:41:22

i'm partial to maple necks. but the gibson is purty



Re: My side of the stage....
by Astaroth_CY on 2012-10-15 05:50:21

What do you think of the power amp's power rating? What ohms do you use it at? Is it just right or too much for what you use it for? I'm moving towards buying my own power amp and FRFR speaker set, and trying to decide how much power I'd realistically need for small club gigs, I don't want to get something overpowered because it'll run hotter and be more expensive.



Re: My side of the stage....
by cgtrox on 2012-10-15 07:21:25

Thanks guys. Oh, I think it's perfect for what I want it for. I'm running both cabs at 8 ohms each so it gives me 215W per side at that load which is plenty for the stage mic'ed or not! The amp is Class D which makes it very light for 1,000 watts, it never gets hot at all, and it cranks!!! Plus, it is very transparent when using the "pre" models so it sounds really good!

cgtrox




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