#1
Well I did

My new Gallien Krueger 700RBII, well its not new, It was about 6 months old and never gigged. But for £325 I can't complain.

Used it last night and while I didn't have time to get the right tone out of it as the sound guy was rushing us, it is an awesome amp


Now I just need to save for the RBH cab....
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#2
and your point being??
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#3
I would recommend looking into GK's neo cabs. I own the 212 and it is a superb cabinet with the biamping system, and chucks out the low end more than a 410 and provides all the clarity at the same time.

And congrats on the new gear, great amps!
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#4
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I would recommend looking into GK's neo cabs. I own the 212 and it is a superb cabinet with the biamping system, and chucks out the low end more than a 410 and provides all the clarity at the same time.

And congrats on the new gear, great amps!


+1

Loving my neo 212. I really can't see myself needing another cab unless my band ends up playing to over a few hundred all of a sudden!
#6
Man I want a 700RBII. Right now i've got a backline 600 and its okay, but thats what I want for my next header. After that, I'm lookin for a cab upgrade, more than likely to an RBH also.

But I do like the Neo series too.
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#7
I may have a look at the Neo range. Although the RBH isnt too big for some of the venues we play
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#9
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I've never been huge into GK. I've tried a few out and they're all very, bleh.


So you keep saying, but try one out at a good volume in a band situation and you'll see why they're so popular. Mine sounds decent at bedroom levels, but in a band situation is when things open up.
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