#1
Can someone tell me what model this Soundgear is



UG Radio


Quote by ddrocksv3_4xpk
Thine Behold one rollin?
Quote by _T_H_R_I_C_E_
Lo, and the other lads be hating,
gallyvanting around,
attempting to catch me cycling in an unsavory fashion.




XBL: Panzyz

PSN: Dasan104
#2
I may be wrong--but that looks like an SR800 like mine. Are two of the knobs stacked?
#3
Quote by anarkee
I may be wrong--but that looks like an SR800 like mine. Are two of the knobs stacked?

yea the bottom two, which threw me off cuz i have never used knobs like those
UG Radio


Quote by ddrocksv3_4xpk
Thine Behold one rollin?
Quote by _T_H_R_I_C_E_
Lo, and the other lads be hating,
gallyvanting around,
attempting to catch me cycling in an unsavory fashion.




XBL: Panzyz

PSN: Dasan104
#4
Its the Ibanez vari-mid EQ. It allows you to really dial in a variety of tones on these basses.
#5
It should say on the back-top of the headstock, unless it's been worn off. Probably near the country of origin.

The vari-mid EQ controls are weird at first, but they're pretty cool when you get used to them. One of the stacks is treble on top, bass on bottom. The other stack is mid level on top, mid frequency on bottom (ie, whether you're boosting/cutting low mids, mid-mids, or high mids).

I had a six-string Soundgear 1200 series that was great, I didn't get rid of it until this year and had it since 1999. Sold it for less than it was worth, damn economy.
Last edited by heavyweather77 at Dec 16, 2008,
#6
wow, thanx for the info and the knobs sound like i can really experiment with many different sounds
UG Radio


Quote by ddrocksv3_4xpk
Thine Behold one rollin?
Quote by _T_H_R_I_C_E_
Lo, and the other lads be hating,
gallyvanting around,
attempting to catch me cycling in an unsavory fashion.




XBL: Panzyz

PSN: Dasan104