Poll: A or B?
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A
10 20%
B
41 80%
Voters: 51.
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#1
Set up A, or B?

A:


B:
***I FORGOT TO ADD A THD HOTPLATE TO OPTION B
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#2
Looks like a Preschool drawing, but I think B.
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#3
I like B better, 2 4x12's is unnecessary most of the time.
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#4
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Looks like a Preschool drawing, but I think B.



I'm on a Mac, it doesn't have paint so I had to use a crappy online paint app.
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#5
lol ms paint

B
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#6
B.

It just seems more practical.
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#7
A.

Minus the extra pointless cab.

Having your Mesa in the rackcase along with other rack equipment is gonna be back breaking. Why not have just the head + cab + a nice handy sized rack case.

Would be easiest imo.
#8
Quote by False_God
A.

Minus the extra pointless cab.

Having your Mesa in the rackcase along with other rack equipment is gonna be back breaking. Why not have just the head + cab + a nice handy sized rack case.

Would be easiest imo.


What if the rack case had casters and was like this:

http://shopping.ascase.com/productcart/pc/configurePrd.asp?idcategory=47&idproduct=251

And, because I think that a you have to have another big piece of furniture to set that rack on, so why not add another cab, or a big ass flight case?
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#10
Quote by JimPlaysGuitar
Neither. You're in a dream world. Don't worry, we all do it.



You have no idea what my income level is.
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#11
Quote by drewfromden
You have no idea what my income level is.

Apparently not high enough to have Photoshop.


Sorry. I had to.


I vote for B.
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#12
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#13
Why two 4x12s?
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#14
live in roadcase with like an 8 space rack and storage, and then 2 recto 2x12 cabs, then set the cabs up as a mini pa for yourself
#16
Quote by truespin
Apparently not high enough to have Photoshop.


Sorry. I had to.


I vote for B.



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#17
Quote by drewfromden
Ever occur to you that It was not my computer?


You're income can't be that much if your birthdate was in '94 :S..
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#18
Quote by tr3nt
You're income can't be that much if your birthdate was in '94 :S..


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#19
Fair enough. Either way I'll make my own suggestion;

Roadster, and a 2x12 with your effects, a 4x12 is not practical. It just looks cool but is terrible to haul.
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#20
Quote by tr3nt
Why two 4x12s?


Why not?

You gotta have something for the rack gear to sit on, so another cab just made sense.
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#21
Quote by tr3nt
Fair enough. Either way I'll make my own suggestion;

Roadster, and a 2x12 with your effects, a 4x12 is not practical. It just looks cool but is terrible to haul.



Carrying a 112 through school all day sucked enough, but I am a sucker for the 4X12 look. Plus 4X12's have casters.
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#22
Quote by drewfromden
Carrying a 112 through school all day sucked enough, but I am a sucker for the 4X12 look. Plus 4X12's have casters.


2x12's have casters and trust me, they are still a b**** to haul I would never want to haul a 4x12 it will just be a hastle after a while.. Yeah it looks badass but that would be so annoying, I was so glad I got my 2x12.
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#23
Quote by drewfromden
Los padres. The only reason I have a VK is because I started getting serious about guitar about 2 years ago, and before it was off and on.

*facepalm*
Am I the only one who pays for there own gear(except my amp, which i was going to us my own money to buy anyways)? Considering the fact your 13-14 you're probably not going to appreciate the gear if you just have your parents buy it. If you've only been playing a short time you don't need that kind of equipment, that's made for PROFESSIONALS. Do you play arenas, because you wouldn't need 2 4x12's for any other reason? Get the Roadster and a cab to start. Work your way up from there.

EDIT: ^I can move my 4x12 by myself and I'm pretty weak. Especially easily if there's casters on it.
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#24
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*facepalm*
Am I the only one who pays for there own gear(except my amp, which i was going to us my own money to buy anyways)? Considering the fact your 13-14 you're probably not going to appreciate the gear if you just have your parents buy it. If you've only been playing a short time you don't need that kind of equipment, that's made for PROFESSIONALS. Do you play arenas, because you wouldn't need 2 4x12's for any other reason? Get the Roadster and a cab to start. Work your way up from there.

EDIT: ^I can move my 4x12 by myself and I'm pretty weak. Especially easily if there's casters on it.


I've been playing for 5 years on and off. And no, I'm not going to go out tomorrow and buy all that. Hell, I probably won't get all that till I'm out of college, and have a place to put all that. I'm just getting it all straightened out and set up in my head so I know how much I need to save for it. Yes, I do appreciate the value of money and work very hard. Just because I have a wealthy family doesn't mean that I don't appreciate money and don't work hard. I bought 1/3 of my Schecter and all of my valveking, and all my pedals.
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#25
Quote by drewfromden
I've been playing for 5 years on and off. And no, I'm not going to go out tomorrow and buy all that. Hell, I probably won't get all that till I'm out of college, and have a place to put all that. I'm just getting it all straightened out and set up in my head so I know how much I need to save for it. Yes, I do appreciate the value of money and work very hard. Just because I have a wealthy family doesn't mean that I don't appreciate money and don't work hard. I bought 1/3 of my Schecter and all of my valveking, and all my pedals.

Glad to here that you actually work for your stuff. Don't worry about stuff you won't get until college now anyway. Especially at your age, preferences will change and new stuff will come out. You will also learn alot more about how amps and pedals and such work and this will influence alot of your future decisions. What I would recommend doing is opening a savings account so that you can gain interest and have all the money you want when your ready to spend it. Over a few years of doing this I was able to accumulate a good amount of money to spend on my rig.
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#26
Quote by drewfromden
Why not?

You gotta have something for the rack gear to sit on, so another cab just made sense.



haha

DrewfromDen: Hey dad i think i should get 2 of these 800 dollar cabs

Dad: why do you need 2

Drew: so i can put my gear on it

Dad: Couldnt you just use a ****ing table?

Drew: .......
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#27
Quote by drewfromden
Why not?

You gotta have something for the rack gear to sit on, so another cab just made sense.


Isn't that why you have rack gear, so that you put it in a rack, not on a random horizontal surface?
#28
I vote b

But why are everyone here so spoiled
I worked my ass off for about 2 years to buy my equipment, muuuuch better feeling knowing that you worked for the things you buy rather than someone else giving it to you.
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#29
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Isn't that why you have rack gear, so that you put it in a rack, not on a random horizontal surface?


No, I'd get a small (3-4 space) rack to sit ontop of the second cab

stebbic, read my other posts.
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#30
Can't any of you tell that I'm not going to get this rig for 15+ years? Damn, I'm 14 I don't have a need for a damn 4X12, I'm just getting it straightened out in my head, and yes it probably will change hundreds of times in that 15 years.
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#32
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then why make this thread?


To see what set up most people favored, and the various reasons which they favored them for.
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#33
Quote by drewfromden
Ever occur to you that It was not my computer?

'Parently your income level doesn't grant you your own machine, either.
Tsk tsk!

Seriously though.
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#34
B looks a lot more pro, and it seems like it would be more functional.
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#35
B


and i wouldnt get all that stuff for college, unless you were living off campus. either you have a single room which is really small for all that, or you will have a problem with having to much with your room mate.

but i would say my personal choice would be a 2x12, with the rack stuff and head sitting on top.
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#36
A is more symmetrical...
B would probably be more practical.
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#37
I'm liking B mate, nice drawings :P
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#39
Quote by Skar578
B


and i wouldnt get all that stuff for college, unless you were living off campus. either you have a single room which is really small for all that, or you will have a problem with having to much with your room mate.

but i would say my personal choice would be a 2x12, with the rack stuff and head sitting on top.


Not to mention a Roadster in a dorm room is just funny to think about. Hell I got a 20 fine for too many noise complaints in my dorm, using a 15 watt SS practice amp with the volume never above 3.
#40
dude if you can afford this, do it, i personally think 4x12 is excessive but honestly it is up to you

everyone else leave this guy alone there is no need for all the flaming
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