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Offline Bassmann1968

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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #15 on: January 25, 2019, 02:14:10 AM »

The first time I played there, I rolled in my D.N.A. 410 and the owner said, "that's way too big for here. 
Dan

Usually when someone says something like that to me I respond with something like "And you're using the wrong conditioner for your hair."
Right you are!!!!
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #16 on: January 25, 2019, 02:17:32 AM »
Armin, did you ever use all six of those 12s at one time!!!!  :o


Or was that just registered as a earthquake on the EURO seismometers?

I used that rig a lot when playing with my Big Band. The little cubes I could pack everywhere in the trailer and cars. Very easy transport.
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #17 on: January 25, 2019, 12:14:00 PM »
Phew!  Glad you like it!  I use my WTX260 with one cab and the WT330 with two as my cabs are also 4ohms.  The sound is really great and as we play a lot of smaller pubs and clubs one cab is enough but... when you get the second I think you'll find that the overall sound improves even further for some strange reason (or am I fooling myself?) - let me know when the next one arrives.  I have played a single cab through the WT330 so it's not the difference in the amplifiers...
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #18 on: January 26, 2019, 01:48:40 AM »
Paul, you don't fool yourself.
Or maybe we all do? But I had/have the same with almost any cab.
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #19 on: February 08, 2019, 07:23:24 PM »
Again, it's all Paul's fault!   I just received my second EX112-4 yesterday.  Unboxed it and put it in the closet since I can't play it here (landlord lives upstairs in the main house).  I  was looking forward to unveiling it tonight at our regular Friday night gig at the Brewpub.  And then...I got an e-mail to let me know they cancelled the gig due to snow. 

So below is a shot of my vertical stack of Eden 112's.  I may turn them horizontal for the stage set up just so my amp doesn't hang so far over the sides.  You can see the top of my DNS-410 behind it.  The 112 stack doesn't have casters and the stack is about 2" shorter than my 410.



We normally don't get much snow in this part of Washington state.  We're in a valley surrounded by mountains and all the mountain passes get a lot of snow.  But down in the valley we really don't get much.  Many years it's just a dusting that doesn't even stick.  Last year they got a decent amount for a few days, but I was enjoying the beaches in Australia at the time.

This year it's a bit different.  We got about 8" of snow last Saturday, Sunday, and Monday before it stopped on Tuesday.  We're supposed to get 5" to 8" tonight plus 1" to 3" each on four of the next 5 days.  So, looks like I have to put off playing my new 112's until next Friday...bummer.  Then we have another gig on Saturday about an hour and a half away and I'm debating taking just those two 112's or my 410....hmmmm...so many choices now...

And here's a shot of the snow as it was on Monday...while it was still snowing.  First shot is looking towards our small pond out the front door:



The next shot is from our side patio looking down the hill a bit towards our larger pond:



We're supposed to end up with another 5" to 10" over the next few days.  So this year, we're getting more than the normal "dusting". ;)

Dan
« Last Edit: February 08, 2019, 07:27:37 PM by Rip Van Dan »
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #20 on: February 09, 2019, 02:04:26 AM »
I work in Austria at the moment.
5"+10" is what we get in one night :D

Nice little tower!
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #21 on: February 09, 2019, 03:49:46 AM »
Looks just like home - the twin EX112 that is...
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #22 on: February 09, 2019, 10:13:02 PM »
I work in Austria at the moment.
5"+10" is what we get in one night :D

Nice little tower!
Yeah and I used to get that when we lived in Vermont too, but not here!!  Usually it's just a little dusting a couple of days a year without any real accumulation.  We got another 6" yesterday and expect another 3 tonight...And Washington is not even close to being as good at clearing the roads as Vermont was.  I couldn't even get up my driveway because it had iced up. Got my car out of the road but it's at the bottom of the driveway.  Of course, we have a steep driveway too.

Wish I could have had a chance to play that little stack last night!  No such luck, have to wait until next Friday and Saturday.  Have the open mic hosting on Friday and then a 3-hour gig on Saturday.  Planning on just taking the two 112's to the Saturday night gig instead of my 410.

Dan
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'82 US-made Fender Jazz Bass with maple neck
5-string Rogue LX405 Pro (Surprisingly good "no-name" bass)
WT500/800 Highwayman (signature model)
D.N.S 410-8, Eden EX112 x2
Line6 X2-XDS wireless
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #23 on: February 09, 2019, 10:17:46 PM »
You know I kind of wish I had purchased the 8 ohm versions of the EX112.  I could have used 4 of them with my amp then (2 in each channel).  If I recall correctly Roger used to have 4 of the D112XLT's and would just take along as many as he needed.

I suppose I could order a couple of 8 ohm ones, run them through my RS400 (400-watts @4 ohms) and slave my RS400 to my WT500/800...that would work.  Can't believe I'm talking my way back into GAS already!!!

Dan
« Last Edit: February 09, 2019, 10:44:18 PM by Rip Van Dan »
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Dan Gracia
'82 US-made Fender Jazz Bass with maple neck
5-string Rogue LX405 Pro (Surprisingly good "no-name" bass)
WT500/800 Highwayman (signature model)
D.N.S 410-8, Eden EX112 x2
Line6 X2-XDS wireless
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Eden RS400, GK BK250, BPX115 cab, acoustic B410 cab, Sunn Beta 202 (2x12)

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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #24 on: February 10, 2019, 04:34:38 AM »
I used up to 6 D112XLT :D
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #25 on: February 10, 2019, 03:14:45 PM »
I really didn't expect to get hit by GAS for these.  Thought I'd just use the one for our Brewpub gig each week.  I'm going to take both of these and my WT500/800 to our gig the next day at a much larger place. 

I'm really surprised how good these are.  OF course, I was amazed how good my Nemesis RS400 sounded when I first plugged it in and played it too.  Eden just makes great gear!

Dan
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Dan Gracia
'82 US-made Fender Jazz Bass with maple neck
5-string Rogue LX405 Pro (Surprisingly good "no-name" bass)
WT500/800 Highwayman (signature model)
D.N.S 410-8, Eden EX112 x2
Line6 X2-XDS wireless
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Eden RS400, GK BK250, BPX115 cab, acoustic B410 cab, Sunn Beta 202 (2x12)

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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #26 on: February 11, 2019, 12:13:15 AM »
Talking about G.A.S.
At first I thought:



This is enough, but...



this was so much better :D
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #27 on: February 11, 2019, 01:16:35 PM »
And then how long before you added 210's and 410's??  You're my gear hero Armin!

Dan
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'82 US-made Fender Jazz Bass with maple neck
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #28 on: February 12, 2019, 02:16:01 AM »
11.03.2001 I bought a WT400 + D410XLT.
I actually bought it at the Frankfurt Musikmesse were you usually can't buy equipment. But I was there with Esh basses that time and had the option to get my new toys out of the building.
After that I don't really know :D
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Re: I blame Paulinderwick for this...or perhaps thank him...
« Reply #29 on: February 16, 2019, 11:36:41 AM »
I can imagine it's all a blur after that huh?  ;)
Dan
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Dan Gracia
'82 US-made Fender Jazz Bass with maple neck
5-string Rogue LX405 Pro (Surprisingly good "no-name" bass)
WT500/800 Highwayman (signature model)
D.N.S 410-8, Eden EX112 x2
Line6 X2-XDS wireless
==
spares:
Eden RS400, GK BK250, BPX115 cab, acoustic B410 cab, Sunn Beta 202 (2x12)