#3
its a 12 inch speaker and its tube they heavy but sound rly good
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#6
It's made of Wood
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#7
Metropolis will break your ****ing knees. I'm 109 pounds and carrying that thing could break me in two so I usually get someone else to do if for me.

due to me being a big pansy and all.
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#8
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Metropolis will break your ****ing knees. I'm 109 pounds and carrying that thing could break me in two so I usually get someone else to do if for me.

due to me being a big pansy and all.


Dude, eat some food.

But yeah I have a 30 watt 2x8 Peavey that's about that heavy and it's not even tube. Good speakers have heavy magnets.
#10
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hey, what currency are the listed prices on MF in?

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#14
Quote by IbanezPsycho
Did you not read the discreption?

"Blackheart BH5-112 5W 1x12 Little Giant Tube Combo Amp(Black)"


Just wait for the big giants
#15
It's full of tone. That's why it's heavy.
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#16
My roadking head is like 60lbs, it's just a head!

I believe the roadking combo is 110 or so.
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#17
My Road King head weighs 85 pounds And my cab weighs 175...
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#18
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My Road King head weighs 85 pounds And my cab weighs 175...


with the case!
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#19
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Did you not read the discreption?

"Blackheart BH5-112 5W 1x12 Little Giant Tube Combo Amp(Black)"

LOL!!!! I JUST CRAPED MY PANTS!!!!
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#20
my 6505 weighs 95 pounds
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#21
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with the case!


So? You ruined my whole night by shooting down my argument! I am gonna go cry.
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#23
Quote by dogismycopilot
Heavier = More Sustain


So the sustain properties of say...a cinder block?

I would agree and say 'tis because of the speaker, as well as the cabinet.
#24
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So the sustain properties of say...a cinder block?

I would agree and say 'tis because of the speaker, as well as the cabinet.

Definitely. If an amp was built with concrete instead of wood it would have much more betterer sustain; they only use wood to cut down on weight, like guitars.
#25
Weird. According to B-52, my 60W tube 1x12 combo is also 40lb. But, it feels like so much more.

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another note: why the hell do they put 'solid state rectifier' in the specs? Methinks they want noobs to think its a recto.


Probably to inform the buyer that the amp is powered by SS rectification.
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#27
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my 6505 weighs 95 pounds


I misread this at first and thought you said, "Mine weighs 6505 lbs."

I was like....****!!!...
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#29
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it's a well built amp....


Ok, rule number one of UG that I just made up, don't bump Acquiescence's threads, any of the 3,000 of them.

My Sunn weighs 75 pounds, and feels even heavier.
#30
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Ok, rule number one of UG that I just made up, don't bump Acquiescence's threads, any of the 3,000 of them.

My Sunn weighs 75 pounds, and feels even heavier.
erm, you just broke rule number one.
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#31
Quote by dogismycopilot
Heavier = More Sustain


What? Sustain is a product of the guitar.
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#32
Quote by dogismycopilot
Definitely. If an amp was built with concrete instead of wood it would have much more betterer sustain; they only use wood to cut down on weight, like guitars.


that would be the case if the cabinet resonated along with the speakers, but that is not the situation, the cabinet around the speaker is only there to prevent low frequency sound from being cancelled by the waves coming from the back of the cone. thats why high frequency speakers (tweeters)dont even need to be in a cabinet other than for practical purposes.
#33
Speakers are heavy, cabs are heavy, transformers are heavy. There isn't a lot about a tube amp that isn't heavy.

Quote by yoyodunno
another note: why the hell do they put 'solid state rectifier' in the specs? Methinks they want noobs to think its a recto.

It's one of those "take it as you may" statements, but there are very noticeable tonal differences between SS rectification and tube rectification. Fortunately the rectifier doesn't sit in the signal path, but it still affects it. The type of rectifier is something I look at when buying an amp, I much prefer a SS rectifier to a tube one.
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#34
When I read the first post I was like "A Peavey Classic 30 for £39? Where?" but then I realised we were talking about weight. I was gutted.
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#35
Quote by FLCLcowdude
My Road King head weighs 85 pounds And my cab weighs 175...



damn.... for as pricey and heavy as those things are, do they come with their own roadies?

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#36
Nice choice of title. I saw "40 pounds" and Blackheart and assumed that somewhere was selling Blackhearts for £40!

Damn you for getting my hopes up!
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#38
Quote by Kendall
Speakers are heavy, cabs are heavy, transformers are heavy. There isn't a lot about a tube amp that isn't heavy.


It's one of those "take it as you may" statements, but there are very noticeable tonal differences between SS rectification and tube rectification. Fortunately the rectifier doesn't sit in the signal path, but it still affects it. The type of rectifier is something I look at when buying an amp, I much prefer a SS rectifier to a tube one.


I thought most amps had ss rectification tho? Like they don't put 'ss rectification' in all the descriptions of other tube amps i've looked at, but then they put it in the b-52 description and I was thinking it might coincide with why people thought it was a poor man's recto.
#39
there are no SS or tube cabs, to all here...they're just speakers.
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