Jon S. wrote:JonnyBoy wrote:I heard clips of Jon S. rig and it sounded great.
I knew if I lived long enough someone would notice! Seriously, I'm entirely satisfied with my RV300. Cheap, convenient, sounds good - a winning triad.
Jon S. wrote:Yes, they are the shallow cases. I have a 2U on a 3U as a gift to my back.
Jon S. wrote:SMS preamp = ~ 5 lbs. RV300 = ~ 19 lbs. Power conditioner = ~ 15 lbs. Rack has weight, too. Splitting the gear up makes a huge difference for my back AND makes it simple to use my conditioner with other gear, too. I have 2 neo's in my SSP Jerry 2x12 - it's as portable as they get!
Jon S. wrote:The RV300 is closer to 18 lbs. & light only if your frame of reference is '70's SS technology. Better to compare it to a current Carvin DCM200L power amp at 4 lbs.
I don't really care what others lift for their gigs. An RV300 + Fuhrman P1800 (or whatever it is I own - on a train now!) + SMS + 6U Gator rack (6U for added ventilation) killed my back & my current configuration is wieldy & versatile.
Jon S. wrote:If you got the 7 lbs. From the pdf version manual on Rocktron's web site, it's old & wrong.
Jon S. wrote:On this topic, I'm always amazed when people go way out of their way to buy the same exact gear Jerry used, in particular amps and speakers, when unlike Jerry who played arenas and pushed them hard, most of us don't and can't.
wolftigerrosebud wrote:Jon S. wrote:On this topic, I'm always amazed when people go way out of their way to buy the same exact gear Jerry used, in particular amps and speakers, when unlike Jerry who played arenas and pushed them hard, most of us don't and can't.
Actually, Jon, I've hired Big Steve to be my full-time guitar tech. I've already got a Tiger replica with a warped neck and 7/64" action, a couple of old McIntosh amps, and Candace Brightman designing light shows for the bars my cover band plays in, but bringing Steve in on it is what'll push it over the edge and give me the sound.
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