Alternatively, please feel free to use our accounts on social media such as Facebook or Twitter to get in touch. This also affects the price - to our customers' benefit, of course. I was wondering if anyone has used one of these before as I can't find them in local stores so I was looking for some opinions on how they go. I will probably buy another. Matrix was on my list as well.
They work very well with the Kemper and I have no intention of changing them. We are musicians ourselves and share your passion for making it. I wasnt expecting the cabinet - which is a lightweight 1x12 , open back to have the bass response it has. My impression is that you can really get any combination of preamp and power amp saturation in any level. Because of the way the speaker is mounted, it sounds virtually the same standing directly in front of it as it does ten feet away from it. I'm curious because one of the things that's knocking me out about my combo is that it's not super directional. Their signature products are created in San Giovanni Teatino, Italy and assembled by technicians who are working side by side with the engineers themselves.
So, long story short, perfectly good speakers. No probs covering the stage. I just played through the neo 2x12 cab a couple hours ago at guitar center. But light weight is a very welcome bonus! The speakers are front-loaded and accessible by a removable grille panel. Might try and snag one after christmas because the weight relief from my current cab would be huge. We are announcing a new policy that will hopefully simplify and ease the tension for every member of The Gear Page. Also if you have not used one but have used a neodymium speaker before I'd also like to hear how you felt about it.
I didnt expect this clarity from a 15 watt tube amp - but that makes it really suitable for what I do. Can be plugged in for stereo or 8 ohm mono at 300 watts. Im impressed with it - it has a character but its not Fender - even my fumblings on the gig last night revealed a wide tonal variation that has several musical options. First try out in the living room - wow, amazing clean headroom on this thing - its got aheap of power for a little amp. It would be interesting to see what they've done to keep the weights down though.
I've also been looking for something to travel by air with, and with a light polyproylene case this speaker can go in the hold at about 12 kilos in total, and the amp can travel with me in the cabin. I think the weight is correct. It was just sort of a happy accident. My bassplayer friend has a tiny markbass top so I was curious. They certainly weren't the ideal match to the jtm, but they sounded good, they were full, had tight bass and weren't harsh in the treble range. The cab is well made all ply , well trimmed and very sold-feeling given the fact that it weighs practically nothing.
Then there is a special feature called Continuos Power Control which let you control the headroom from 40 - 0,5 Watts. They must use poplar or some very light weight timber to built the cab. One of the reasons I bought the Kemper was because I was no longer interested in lugging around a ridiculously heavy valve amp. The speakers, though not quite as efficient as the Centurys, are still efficient enough to make this a good, loud cab. Both mine are Italian made. I couldn't really explore all the possibilities of this combo as there are so many options.
I'm very happy to report that I like them. Lightweight wood for the cabinet and neodym speakers. As a company, we have a single objective: making you, our customer, happy. I understand about the 'character' thing - my Deluxe reverb is my usual gigging amp almost all jazz stuff and at about 40 lbs its not an unusally heavy or cumbersome lug and I do like it. The overall sound is nice, full, punchy, brilliant but not piercing - took my Partscaster with the Bardens.
Tone and reliability are the top priorities. Didn't weight it, but it is a bit lighter than my vibrolux or a deluxe. I set the treble and bass settings low , and wound mids in and out for the first couple of tunes, there is definitely potential for the nasal thing there and I expected it to become more pronounced once the drums kicked in - and it did, but not unpleasantly so, found a tone that I was happy with. All controls are completely functional. Before i used a marshall cabinet, a head and a jvm 410 head,.
Walking the line between what was considered spamming and what businesses wanted to communicate was sometimes clouded and at the minimum confusing for business and members in general. Poor This product shows significant cosmetic and functional wear. Eventually, I decided that it was worth taking a chance on the cab because I could always change the speakers if I did't like them. . The Italian poplar they use to enclose the speakers is also much lighter but still durable and is their primary material for cabinets and combo amps. The cab is open-back, stereo or mono, and capable of handling 150W per side or 300W altogether.
Good luck on your quest. Bass players will never look back. I prefer my vibrolux which became my grab and go amp lately even for small venues despite the fact that it has like 8 lbs. I haven't seen or heard one of these in the flesh, but I've heard some good things about them. It kind of has a sound of it's own, not fender, not marshall, not vox.