#1
Well, it finally came. It looks awesome and for as much I've been playing sounds great, EQ reacts well, nice drive, nice clean with a little of crisp and all. It's a Jca50h and a HB g212V




It works perfectly fine, however I've been dealing with a little problem...i find it too big. It's not that it exaggeratedly stands in my bedroom or something like that, but, I guess I was so worried about wattage that I didn't really look at size. Therefore there may be a possibility that I send it back for a 20W head and a G112V. Will have to think about that.
#2
Picture link didn't work for me. Hopefully others have some luck. Anyway, HNAD!!!
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#4
Keep the 212 cab even if you do send the head back for the 20 watter (get the 22h not the 20h if you do) just stand it on end and it will take up the same floor space as a 1x12 but it will be taller and the small lunchbox heads fit on them perfectly.


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#5
Yeah. Put the cab 2x12 vertically and then put the JCA22h on top of it. Visually its a perfect match (like a mini-half stack) and doesnt take more room than 1x12.

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#6
Well will have to think it through. It makes a point, however with the 112 I'd save more to invest in pedals. Right now, I am enjoying the beast nevertheless
#7
Also I forgot to mention the HB G112 is open back. Which IMHO is not good if you want punch in your sound.

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#8
congrats!

now put the back panel on the front and lose the blue faceplate.
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#9
Yeeeeeeah!

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#10
I am Jealous. I want the 50W head, but here in Australia it is literally impossible to buy a Jet City... None the less, enjoy you new buy. I am sure it is awesome.
#11
Nice

and yeah amps are big.

I agree with keeping the cab and putting it on its end. Though mainly I agree with just putting up with the size
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#12
HNAD, I really need to get a 2x12... looks sexy
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#13
Congrats!



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Nice

and yeah amps are big.

I agree with keeping the cab and putting it on its end. Though mainly I agree with just putting up with the size

What she said.

They blew out the JCA50 112 combo for $300, here.
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i think that's a bit dearer than here- the combos are still pretty good value on thomann, but the HB 2x12 cab with the v30s is so cheap that it's nearly cheaper to go the head + cab route here.
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#15
Yeah, but when I talked about size I was not particularly referring to how floor space it takes, but more in a volumetric way and obviously weight-wise. It's not that I checked some photos, videos, specs and saw how big it was, but still was expecting something smaller, live is another thing. As I said, it doesn't exaggeratedly stand in the room, actually fits pretty well. I was hoping for something a little for manageable, transportation-wise..problem is, I live in the 3rd floor (no elevator)

But man..it kicks ass
#16
Congrats on the NAD!

If you're only going to be using it in your room, and don't see any gigging in the future, maybe the 22H would be better. If you're going to be gigging with it, I'd defiantly recommend keeping the 50H, just for the clean headroom.

I agree with the other tho, keep the 212

Either way, have fun
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#17
yeah, but you missing the point, the whole pack is just huge for what I was expecting. If I'm to change it for something else then the new pack will have to be smaller volume-wise speaking. By keeping the cab I'm sticking with a huge item. Standing it on the end won't change much as far as I'm concerned. But as I said will have to think it through while enjoy the beast.
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yeah, but you missing the point, the whole pack is just huge for what I was expecting. If I'm to change it for something else then the new pack will have to be smaller volume-wise speaking. By keeping the cab I'm sticking with a huge item. Standing it on the end won't change much as far as I'm concerned. But as I said will have to think it through while enjoy the beast.


1x12 vs 2x12 won't really change anything volume-wise, 2x12 will sound BIGGER and BETTER but not LOUDER.
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Yeah, but when I talked about size I was not particularly referring to how floor space it takes, but more in a volumetric way


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its not that volume I'm talking about physical size.


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#21
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He means volumetric as in total area of space used, not audible sound.
#22
Maybe I'm misusing the word I understand it may have been kinda confusing to read the posts, if so.

It's unit volume I'm talking, cubic meters
#23
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He means volumetric as in total area of space used, not audible sound.



Yeah
#24
Quote by RuiGuitar
Maybe I'm misusing the word I understand it may have been kinda confusing to read the posts, if so.

It's unit volume I'm talking, cubic meters


I see, sorry bout that :P
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