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  1. You won't be disappointed ... I assure you that.
  2. It is.. and I do thing their aerotech technology is a game changer for sure. Their wooden cabs, being great as well too, were light... but the aerotech man.. they're ridiculously light without interfering on the sound.
  3. wasn't but the settings were similar (let's say my "preferred" settings) to those "non pure" on the GR
  4. Sadly the BF is sold and not in my possession any more
  5. For a "flat" response in my clips you have the "pure" ones. If you engage the "pure" setting on the GR head it bypasses the eq section.
  6. 4 ohm because in my mind it's planned to be a standalone since all my projects are quickly moving to in ear so there's no need to have a large cab. Most of the time though I like to have one one, so one ear "free", therefor I still like to have a cab on stage. A friend of mine used to own the 212 from Barefaced and switched to Gr too (not the slim version like mine, but the "normal" version... also Aerotech though).
  7. https://barefacedbass.com/product-range/Super-Compact.htm (gen 2)
  8. Much more clearer, "di" sounding .. it doesen't colour the sound at all. The Barefaced is a TOP Notch cab although has some more lows, more boomy I might say. Some like it (I did for many years) but the more "uncolored" sound of the GR bass suits me more I have to say.
  9. Hello, just wanted to share the joy of getting the new (for me) Gr Bass amp and cab. I'm a 20 + bass player in the business (Europe) and had tried pretty much the "majority" from entry, mid and boutique amps. Said that, trying the Gr Bass was a whole new experience to me in terms of clarity, sound, ecc.. The amp is very clean, very responsive, does not "color" the sound at all regardless of which bass your're playing through. I've tested the head directly into my sound card and you can hear the sounds below. What to say about the cab though ? First of all it's ridiculously light. The new Aerotech technology gives the possibility to reduce the weight significantly without compromising the sound. We are talking of a 212 cab with 900w! Said that, as for the amp, the cab is very clean, powerful and fantastically built. Go check GR bass and their products!
  10. So, this morning I decide to do a little test between these 2 amazing amps. Received the Gr Bass yesterday so I did a comparison between what used to be my "to go" rig. I have to say that I'm amazed with the quality of Gr Bass, the tone, clarity and build quality. I must say I was quite skeptical regarding the weight of the At212 but man.. 900w, weights like a feather and amazing sound. So, enough talking, listen to them yourself Soundclound Link: Gr Bass 800 Vs Aguilar Tone Hammer 500
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  12. I'm speechless.. What a beauty. Good luck with the sale.
  13. Hello all thanks for the input i ended up choosing a darkglass vintage microtubes deluxe which i have found for a bargain price
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  15. P.s. also other choices / ideas too.. the budget is around 150 eur
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