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  1. I've set up an alert on camelcamelcamel to warn the next time the price drops below 200 on Amazon... I have 65 quid in vouchers to spend too!
  2. Any Peavey Black Widow experts able to tell me what the difference between a 1505KA and a 1505KADT is?

    1. skidder652003

      skidder652003

      Phil Star is your man, drop him a line

    2. kodiakblair

      kodiakblair

      Spec sheet says the KADT has a wider bandwidth than the DT.  Link to spec sheet here 

      https://assets.peavey.com/literature/manuals/80300801.pdf

  3. I'm no expert but plugging numbers into WINISD doesn't make for great viewing for that driver with regards to maximum power handling and cone excursion. Perhaps seek a 2nd opinion from some of the boffins on here to confirm... The aforementioned Celestion looks like an altogether better driver.
  4. Bigwan

    Line 6 POD Go.

    So it's based on the HX family? Interesting. Be interested in more details on this.
  5. What an absolutely stunning instrument!
  6. Useful thread here with specs for original driver and possible replacements: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.talkbass.com/threads/ibanez-promethean-p5110-speaker-upgrade.874880/%3famp=1335303606 Also check out input from our own @StraightSix , the OP of the Talkbass thread: The promethean uses a slot port, so I imagine altering it would be virtually impossible, especially in a cabinet this small. So if you decide to replace the driver you're stuck with whatever works with what you've already got, but from briefly reading the 2 threads I've linked it looks like improving on previous performance will be no problem if you're willing to spend a little bit. This thread is making the aged Celestion in my Ashdown 1x10 combo feel extremely nervous...
  7. Neural and Darkglass are sister companies so it's not like they're starting from scratch with regards to manufacture and distribution.
  8. At $750 I should hope so, on both counts. It's a lot of money for features that could be implemented cheaper and more robustly and not look like a left over part from a 1970's hifi. It's form over function for me, but if you must have moving faders on your pedal who am I to stop you! First time somebody stomps on one in the wrong place or at a slightly jaunty angle the motorised faders are gonna take a dump though. Don't let anyone near it with liquids. These sorts of parts are NOT designed to be abused in the way a pedal gets abused in the real world.
  9. That's a lot of tin for a gimmicky box...
  10. I'd love to give a Super P a try having owned an ABZ 4 and Afterburner 5 and being a big precision fan... Maybe some day!
  11. A bit cheeky calling it 200watts. You'd think Ashdown would have learned from the CTM15 "all tube" debacle. Be straight up, FFS!
  12. Agreed on all counts! I think used Ibanez or Dingwall basses are the best bet below a grand. I'm interested to try one of the new headless Ibanez basses, but if I could get a used Dingwall cheaper I know where my money would go having owned 2 Dingwalls before.
  13. That Facebook page is pure porn! Love it!
  14. Ormsby guitars have done runs of fanned fret basses. Don't know if they have plans to do more. Maruszczyk offer multiscale as an option. Ltd do the B1005MS. Keep an eye on GOC Guitars. In August/September they shared pics of some headed and headless multi-scale basses that they're considering developing: https://www.instagram.com/p/B3BL_YYHK7t/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet https://www.instagram.com/p/B1nhkQ6nH_L/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet https://www.instagram.com/p/B5dnUVigSao/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
  15. It's just 4 screws... Just make sure neck doesn't fall off and hit anything.
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