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  1. This gem moved in today; I bought it from a friend... Mensinger Joker B6, 35" and 3/4" (19 mm) spacing...
  2. I will. The Aggie is just 200 W RMS, so it is my smallest amp coming to wattage. Still, it pushes the cabinets to move some serious air. I will try it with the band at the rehearsal tomorrow.
  3. My plan was to get a Bergantino Forté HP or a Quad Cortex as my third amp. I have a Genzler Magellan 350, a Vanderkley Spartan and a Jule Amps Monique preamp with a GSS Sumo power amp already. Ooops! Did that make three...? Well, I was out shopping for a fourth amp - not a third. All of a sudden I got the chance to get a super nice Aguilar DB 359 at a more than reasonable price, so I changed my mind. No DSP amp for me! No programmable stuff! Just plain analog old school stuff. I was a bit concerned how the Aggie would work with the Genzler Bass Array cabs; my old Super Bassman and the Bassman 100T sounded crap through them. No problems with this baby brute! Wooly, fat, juicy! The DB 359 is a BIG amp. Really big! But - it sits well on top of the Bass Array 12-3 SLT cabs: no risk sliding off the top cab. A tiny bit of T-factor can be seen... I kind of like it...
  4. My plan was to get a Bergantino Forté HP or a Quad Cortex as my third amp. I have a Genzler Magellan 350, a Vanderkley Spartan and a Jule Amps Monique preamp with a GSS Sumo power amp already. Ooops! Did that make three...? Well, I was out shopping for a fourth amp - not a third. All of a sudden I got the chance to get a super nice Aguilar DB 359 at a more than reasonable price, so I changed my mind. No DSP amp for me! No programmable stuff! Just plain analog old school stuff. I was a bit concerned how the Aggie would work with the Genzler Bass Array cabs; my old Super Bassman and the Bassman 100T sounded crap through them. No problems with this baby brute! Wooly, fat, juicy! The DB 359 is a BIG amp. Really big! But - it sits well on top of the Bass Array 12-3 SLT cabs: no risk sliding off the top cab. A tiny bit of T-factor can be seen... I kind of like it...
  5. I love mine! I use it with my Genzler Bass Array cabs. It really pushes a lot of air with good tone. Good luck with the sale!
  6. First gig with the Flamboyant Orange Caramel... Church gig with friend Stefan Wikström, who is a great Elvis interpreter...
  7. I am about to buy a new one, since this beauty is on the wrong side of the Brexit fence. VAT and customs would make this one equally priced as a new one for me. Pity! At first, I was a bit sceptic to a DSP driven amp, but after hearing people use it I have changed my mind. I am no pedal guy, even if I have a heap of them; this amp contains two out of three I normally use: compressor and the drive section. Makes things a lot easier. To the seller: Good luck with the sale!
  8. I would have snapped it, weren't it outside the EU. 25% VAT and 5% customs will make it expensive...
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  10. I bought this one from Cairobill a few years ago...
  11. Milan bought my Steinberger XL2, a very smooth operation... Swift transfer via Wise (former Transferwise). Milan is a guy you can deal with with great confidence. Nice guy who is easy to chat with. I'd love to have a glass of fine Czech Pilsner with him and talk about serious matters...
  12. Yep! A bit Alembic DNA there, but with a big exception: it balances well and doesn't weigh like a truck. (That was two exceptions...)
  13. I didn't think you meant that. I can see som DNA too, but the Unicorn is more... delicate, if you get my point.
  14. Well, Christian is a big fan of Mark King, so some kind of imprint may be traceable... My impression is that the old Jaydee were a bit... chunkier. Kind of. Anyway, as bass is a bass is a bass. 99 % of them look like something that fell off a truck coming out of Fullerton...
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