#1
Hey,
hopefully i will be getting my first decent amp what will be a Marshall JVM410H head (As they seem pretty versatile) and Signature Dave Mustane Cabs. i haven't played the cabs but i hear they are good for metal as they really push out the low ends so if any of you have played them. let me know or tell me if i should change my mind

and yeah. if you want to know my current amp. it is. unfortunately a Spider 3.XD
Originally Posted by cnut
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The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


#2
When did Dave Mustaine get a signature cab? And why a cab of all things?
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#3
He got them made pretty recent. and i think he got some cabs because he wanted better low-ends from his cabs and couldn't find cabs that did it
Originally Posted by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


#4
Wow. 1200 bucks. At that price go for a Mills Acoustic Afterburner at $959. I guarantee you will get more low end than a Marshall cab of any model and you no longer have the shoddy construction I've seen on some of the newer cabs.
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#5
Why the hell would you spend that much on a silly signature cab when you can buy a custom-built Mills Acoustic or Splawn for only slightly less?

Edit:
Since the TS is in the UK, I'd recommend Orange, Framus, or another similar manufacturer rather than Marshall. Even with the reduced price, their new build quality just isn't worth it, IMO.
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Last edited by bubb_tubbs at Jul 2, 2009,
#6
Marshall's are cheaper in the UK as they are made over there. and them afterburners go at $1299 . or am i looking at the wrong ones?
Originally Posted by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


#7
Quote by bubb_tubbs
Why the hell would you spend that much on a silly signature cab when you can buy a custom-built Mills Acoustic or Splawn for only slightly less?

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#8
Quote by Deaths Icecream
Marshall's are cheaper in the UK as they are made over there. and them afterburners go at $1299 . or am i looking at the wrong ones?


They're $949 direct. I don't know the shipping to the UK and I assume it would be ridiculous though.
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Last edited by mmolteratx at Jul 2, 2009,
#9
The 1960DM cabs are going for about £500-£550. and the JVM410 head is going for about £1100 on its own. i can buy them both together for £1500 New
Originally Posted by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


#10
Quote by Deaths Icecream
He got them made pretty recent. and i think he got some cabs because he wanted better low-ends from his cabs and couldn't find cabs that did it
FYI, Dave's sig cab is just a 1960V with a metal grill.
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#11
I would still suggest looking for something else. In my experience, new Marshall cabs aren't anything to write home about.
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#12
I hate stock cabs. I hate 'custom' cabs even more. I find that if you buy an empty cab and install your own speakers of choice, you'll be much happier at 90% of the cost.

The Zakk Wylde cab excepted, as those EV speakers are damned expensive no matter how you get them.
#13
Quote by bubb_tubbs
Why the hell would you spend that much on a silly signature cab when you can buy a custom-built Mills Acoustic or Splawn for only slightly less?

Edit:
Since the TS is in the UK, I'd recommend Orange, Framus, or another similar manufacturer rather than Marshall. Even with the reduced price, their new build quality just isn't worth it, IMO.

Seconded. Aside from their low-end 1x12 cab, Orange cabs all sound great, and are bulletproof.
#14
Cool. thanks for your responses anyway guys.
ill check out a few more Heads/Cabs at my local Music shop.

A guy i know was talking about orange amps and said that they are amazing. he also touched up on Randalls too. as he loves Gus G's tone from Firewind
Originally Posted by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


Last edited by Deaths Icecream at Jul 2, 2009,
#15
i would just get a built box and stick some sepakers in it tbh
maybe some 15's if you are looking for low end
does anyone know how a 4 speaker . 2x12 2x15 would work? would it sound good?
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#16
Quote by doive
i would just get a built box and stick some sepakers in it tbh
maybe some 15's if you are looking for low end
does anyone know how a 4 speaker . 2x12 2x15 would work? would it sound good?


I'm not very good with my hands and wouldn't know where to buy all of the pieces. putting them together is another thing too.

and wouldn't 2x15 Be too big to fit in an average sized Cab
Originally Posted by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


#17
Anyway like i said before thanks for the responses. ill see if his thread survives later on as ive got to go now
Originally Posted by cnut
When I was eight, me and my best friend started "practicing for girls".
Which involved us going into the woods, and him sticking his dick in my ass.
The last time we did it, his sister caught us.


#18
The framus cabs actually are very good for the price in the UK. A local store here had some and they were nice cabs.
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#19
Quote by Deaths Icecream
I'm not very good with my hands and wouldn't know where to buy all of the pieces. putting them together is another thing too.

and wouldn't 2x15 Be too big to fit in an average sized Cab


depends on the cab you buy, most bass cabs have a 15" model as well as 12''s
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#20
Quote by Deaths Icecream
He got them made pretty recent. and i think he got some cabs because he wanted better low-ends from his cabs and couldn't find cabs that did it

He easily could if he looked at Mesa Boogie, Orange, Randall, or half the other amp companies out there. His cab is just a Marshall 1960 with a metal grill and the joints are caulked or something.

Get a Mills Acousitcs, Vader, or Orange.
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