life of a toronto based random asian guy


Monday, 30 September 2013 02:15

Tecamp XS 112 Classic

Another downsizing upgrade on my gigging rig, the Tecamp XS 112 Classic.  1x12" ceramic speaker.

Friday, 18 May 2012 18:22

markbass f1 and traveller 102p

my main bass rig.  switched from the ampeg svt-5pro with the 410hlf cab 4 years ago and never looked back.


markbass f1 head / special edition(red face plate)
- 300W RMS @ 8 ohm, 500W RMS @ 4 ohm
- 4 band eq
- vpf (Variable Pre-shape Filte)
- vlf (Vintage Loudspeaker Emulator)
- dimension: 10.04 in x 10.87in x 1.73in
- weight: 4.63lbs

traveller 102p cabinet
- 400W RMS
- freq response - 45 Hz to 18 kHz
- dimension: 23.4in x 13in x 17in
- weight: 33 lbs

Tuesday, 10 March 2009 16:13

ampeg svt-5 pro with 410hlf


my ampeg svt-5 pro head, classic 410hlf cabinet, and the korg dtr-2000 tunner.

purchased in summer 06, and this is my heaviest assets which i'm kinda regret of getting after 2 years.  these 2 pieces wegiths more than 130lbs ....    















the guitar amp i once owned ...   it was sold in mid 2008

- 100watt solid state half stack, made in germany
- vortex 412 100w cabniet
 - 5 years old, great condition (in 2007)
- 3 channels, clean, chrunch and lead + build in reverb
- comes with 2 bottons footswitch that controls the 3 channels

 this is a very verstile amp, sounding great and looked great, killer cleantone.  It's not very loud amplifier, and sounds like what you would expect from a decent solid state amp, very balanced tonality through out the frequencies and has.  My favorite setting was driving the clean channel with a TS9 most of the time and use the other 2 channel mainly as boost.  However, if you are a fan of tube amps, go get the real ones.  You can still archive the tone that's similar to what a tube amp does with some pedals + a bit of tweaks.  



$800 or best offer sold



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