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  • Birthday 31/12/1981

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  1. Thanks for that, I have heard about the wizzi 10 and 12 a few times just looked at the 10 online, 8kg with a tweeter is pretty impressive! Got a GR Bass AT 110 on order which is 3kg lighter and £50 cheaper but if that doesn't get me where I want to be I will definitely consider the wizzi!
  2. I should be able to AB the BF 110 against the GR AT 110. Will let you know as soon as I get through the dreaded lead times! How long was after ordering for you? I'm 9 days in!
  3. It's for a mix of little gigs all different but I got some IEM's that will be coming along for the ride when I need them for sure!
  4. I would have assumed it to be the case but I was interested to hear the opinion of someone who'd AB'd them.
  5. You say all the right things! Thanks again
  6. If it works out at 5kg I will be blown away. If it was just for electric bass I wouldn't look any further than the BF one10! That logo is awesome Stevie only just clocked it!
  7. If it easier to pitch with for whatever reason I'll be happy! If it's not I will try something else.
  8. The GR BASS AT 110 is £50 cheaper and 3.5 kg lighter than the BF one10T. I already have a super midget which sounds incredible so I have no need for something else of that kinda weight.The BF one10 is nearly perfect and I have no problem with 7kg but its just not amazing on my double bass set up for pitching/clarity. (most double bassists say the same) The barefaced one10 T maybe the best thing out there but at £499 and 5kg and I think potentially a more transparent modern sounding 10" I think its worth a go.
  9. just out of interest, the BF 210 compared to the AT 210 which one was more transparent sounding would you say?
  10. £499 from bass direct. Will let you know how I get on!
  11. I tried the bass cub I swapped it for a micromark 8" as I felt the markbass although fairly coloured was more audible and the PJB was unusably quiet. Would like to try some other stuff by them at some point though.
  12. The AER stuff is actually pretty heavy! I already have incredible sound with a super midget for gigs where I can drive to them. The trick for me is finding something easy to pitch with just about giggable that weighs in at 7kg or under. (It's not easy going through rush hour tube stations with a double bass and an amp.) I think the GR bass AT 110 might deliver pretty well on these parameters!
  13. Thanks Itu, I have tried the cab with a few amps some of which have an EQ bypass mode and FX send and return and I'd say the cab is in this case the thing that is obviously coloured. (That was the aim of the designers of this cab to sound retro and warm) It does sound great for electric bass but not great for pitching with my upright. I have personally found the cabs I've tried a much much bigger component to colour than the class D heads I've tried. I thought that was due to speaker driver choice mostly but I'm getting the feeling from this post its a lot to do with the design of the cabinet.
  14. Will let you know have you tried upright with GR stuff by any chance?
  15. I think I maybe suffering from a cocktail of too much internet and being not as funny as I think I am so apologies for that I will keep you posted on my featherweight quest anyways. I've emailed bass direct and they are getting on a price now!
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