Rusty the Scoob wrote:I can't tell you whether or not you should go to that setup. I did it because I was getting buried at 900 watts. (most people don't consider the Shuttle 9.0 to be really 900 watts though)
The cons are: It's heavy, expensive, and somewhat complicated.
The pros are: it's loud, and not just loud but clean and loud. I find that the best way to avoid volume wars is for everybody to have a clear, focused tone. Plus with LOTS of wattage available, I don't have to run the rig at 100% of it's capability, which I believe will prolong its lifespan.
I still bring out the small, integrated head for acoustic gigs and practices where the full rig would be overkill. I'll find a pic of the stage rig tonight, I know there's a good one on Facebook.
Rusty the Scoob wrote:I was thinking about this thread over the weekend.... my 2x10" cab didn't survive it's latest tumble (I am the clumsiest roadie ever) so I've been using just my 1x15" with no tweeter and I don't really mind it.
I have had two good PAs to work with though.... on Saturday's gig I completely forgot to turn the power amp on for Set 2 and didn't even notice for a couple of songs. So if my amp can do an adequate job when turned off, 225 watts of tube power should be plenty!
Walknbluez wrote:BassplayerLB, how would you describe the highs with that setup? I have someone who is selling a Bergantino AE410 and I told him I was contemplating between that and Eden cabs and said he has also had Eden cabs but he described the Eden highs as "harsh" (but of course he wants me to buy his cab). What bass do you play? How does that setup work for small gigs when you have to keep volume down?
Do you have any clips of you playing so I can get an idea of how it sounds?
Walknbluez wrote:BassplayerLB, do you ever have a problem with the Eden going into thermal shutdown? I've read about this on some of the Eden WT-800 heads that were manufactured before they improved the cooling system.
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