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  1. thanks for your help Stevie and Phil (whom I have messaged, and who has replied. ) I'll get started then.
  2. thanks Stevie. I'll get one. I can't find LMS though ( but I've found lots of learning management systems ). Where can I get cab design for it ?
  3. In what way is it not suitable ? Sorry, I don't understand these things. And what driver should I go for ? I am pairing it with an ATS S 310x2, which has a 10" driver plus a passive speaker, rated at 500w at 8 ohm.
  4. thanks. If I'm using 20 mm ply, I guess I won't need to brace it ?
  5. So I may not get the 400 w out of it, but I am going to proceed anyway. I have decided the size, and how to make it. I have asked Mr Fleabag to add some comments, as I have just read his 15" speaker cab build. I tried Bill F, but no reply. I will need help with sourcing 'tuff cab' & edge protection later. Where can I get the ports ? I can do a diary if that's normal ?
  6. Dear Mr Bag. I have just read this post with much interest, and congratulate you on your build. I started a post recently - 'cabinet build - from scratch'. Could you please look at that, and maybe help me with some answers ? Richard
  7. thanks for finding that. I found the spec sheet, but couldn't find anything about a cab for it. But it's a 400 w speaker ?
  8. So a few years ago I bought an Eminence Delta 12A, 400 w at 8 ohm, and made a box for it, as shown. Never used it, so thought I would now build a proper cab for it. I have some 20 mm ply, and the size I need it to be. It's gonna be vented, and I've asked Eminence for their recommendations on this. I am seeking suggestions for covering, and grille material.
  9. Or I could deliver, or arrange delivery, depending on location.
  10. SA 141 bass multiwave pro - £95. SA 121 - tri mod wah - £45. Both unused and unmarked
  11. is this still for sale ? How old is it ? Why are you selling it ? 4 or 8 ohm ?
  12. fryer

    Peavey minimega

    It's good so far. Still trying different settings
  13. 1st is a Gretsh ( for sale ) 2nd is a Hagstrom HB 8 - sounds lovely, easy to play, but heavy 3rd is my 1963 Framus Star Bass - 30 1/2" - played it for years as a teenager 4th is a Hagstrom HB 4 - not quite as heavy as it was 5th is a Steinberger - now 31" scale - cut 2 frets off the top
  14. Just ordered one - should arrive today. Anyone got one ? What's it like ?
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    Trace Eliot ELF

    it just kept clipping when feeding one 500 w cab. Have returned it.
  16. looks lovely out in the sunshine
  17. what a lovely day for getting the 410 out in the garden and serenading the neighbours.
  18. Not sure if I'm allowed to advertise, but my Glock 410 is in the for sale section
  19. For Sale - EBS Reidmar 750 with RM 4 footswitch. Current new cost is around £580 plus £75 for the RM4. In as new condition with no marks. Approx. 18 months old and used for maybe 10 gigs plus practising at home. Selling for £460, as I no longer use it. FEATURES Type: Analog Preamp, D-Class Power Amp Built-in adjustable Compressor/Limiter Extremely Powerful 4-band EQ Drive Control Effects loop Character filter. Balanced XLR-Out with Pre/Post EQ switch and Ground Lift. Line and Headphones Out Remote Output for connecting EBS RM-4 footswitch to control Character Filter, Drive, EQ bypass and Mute funtction Output Power: 750 W @ 4 Ohms 120/230 V Switchable EBS Reidmar 750 Input Impedance 1 Mohms / 100 pF Gain Range -00 - +30 dB Character Filter Shelving, High/Low Pass, +7 dB @ 40 Hz, -2 dB @ 800 Hz,+3 dB @ 10 kHz Tone Controls, Bass Shelving +/-18 dB @ 60 Hz Mid Bandpass Filter 100 – 6000 Hz +/- 12-15 dB Treble Shelving +/-18 dB @ 6 kHz Bright Shelving +15/-0 dB @ 10 kHz Drive min/max 0/34 dB Balanced Output -10 dBv, Pre/Post EQ, GND Lift Remotes Output Remote Jack RING = Mute / TIP = Drive Filter Jack RING = Filter Mode / TIP = Character Output Power 700 W RMS @ 4 ohms load (350 W RMS @ 8 ohms) Dimensions (WxDxH) 15.2 x 10.4 x 3.0” (38.5 x 26.5 x 7.5 cm) Weight 3.7 kg (8.2 lbs.)
  20. With one 8 ohm cab you only get 130 w. To get the 200 w out of it, you need two 8 ohm cabs. Doesn't that defeat the object of going small ?
  21. Never heard of them before, but the reviews are good. Could I have a look / listen ? I could call in on my way home from work.
  22. fryer

    Trace Eliot ELF

    that's good to know, thanks. Which cabs are you using ?
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