RiverRat wrote: Rusty the Scoob wrote: RiverRat wrote:
So everyone knows Phil loves David Eden.
4 EDEN D410XLT's... 4000 watts of power handling! He's has 3 WT800's in his rack but he's only running 2 simutaneously... so he'd be maxing out at 1760 watts of power.http://www.eden-electronics.com/artists/phillesh.asp
That's not even slighly unreasonable IMHO. I run 350 watts into 2 10" speakers and I'm beating it for all its worth on stage even with PA support.
I don't think so either... I used a David series D115 and a D110 driven by a 800 watt power amp. Unfortunately I rarely got to use it, since it was TOO BIG!
The Meyer CP-10 is still present, between the WT800 and the Wireless receivers in the tilted rack, it used to be below the lowest, unused WT800. This is Phil's old P&F touring rig with Eden Cabs.
Even the folks at Eden drool like Homer Simpson over Phil's rig, check out Lane Baldwin's May 6th Blog entry... http://www.eden-electronics.com/artists ... /index.asp
Good stuff in there, man, thanks! I've always kinda wanted to switch to Eden since they're made in my home state.. plus they make lots of nice, smooth, clean power.... but SWR gear has treated me very well over the years also so I can't complain. Even one 4x10XLT would make a very nice stage rig.
Good info on the CP-10... looks like a powerful EQ! What's the item underneath with the "I Miss Jerry" sticker?
Even better was learning that Robbie Taylor has been Phil's bass tech all these years. I must now stalk this man.