#1
Anyone familiar with this brand? Haven't seen them mentioned around here, so I was wondering whether the cabs were good or junk, providing someone here has used them.

Also, I can't really understand the options and accessories page, meaning how much do you pay for what?

Thanks for the help, provided the price is nice I may look into them in the future.

Almost forgot the link

http://www.drbasscabs.com/default.php
#2
The people at TB talk very highly of them. I haven't used them.

EDIT: I think I get the accesories page, those are like "add-ons" and they charge you extra for adding special features to their cabs if I understand correctly.
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#3
Who endorses them?

That's obviously the most important thing to look at.
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#4
^Love the font, Mr. Won't Smile at Disneyland.

Dr. Bass cabs are high quality stuff and are considered quite "avante-garde" and innovative. They're one of these companies that tries to get the most response out of the least amount of radiating surface area (i.e. dudes that do not play with guitarists). They're boutique-ish cabs.

I've heard of them and seen them on the net and in magazines, and, for what it's worth, I've yet to see a video that does not contain slap. IMO, these are slapper's cabs. That's what the 3-way stuff is catering to.

EDIT: Of course I'm talking to Nutter.
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#5
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Who endorses them?

That's obviously the most important thing to look at.


Hardly, some company's, espcially boutique ones do not provide artists with endorsement deals that provide them with free/massively reduced cost gear so as not to have to make of the sales through regular customers.

I know sadowsky and alembic do this, and i'm sure many amp manufacturers do as well.
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#6
In this thread, people don't understand sarcasm...
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#7
My post still stands as valid.
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#8
DR.BAss cabs are great! be warned they are going for that "Hi-FI" sound. it's not your daddy's bass cab. if you want a more vintage/average/normal bass sound steer clear.
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#9
On a digression, I hate the way endorsements are headed. Everyone has this fancy bass that looks like it's this but is really this (because ________doesn't like that bass)...
It maddens and saddens.
but on topic I've never played Dr. Bass amps, but have heard nice things.
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