#2
maybe it changes the sound....?
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#3
"GRAMMA yields nearly total acoustic isolation, resulting in a purity of tone..." looks like a very short stand that is meant to isolate the sound from your amp.
#4
Only Great GRAMMA can handle the big rigs!

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Despite that useless description, I believe it's used as a stand to talk your cab off the floor.
#5
It keeps the speakers off of the ground so that the sound doesn't reverb through the floor instead of coming out the front. "Float" is used as holding off of a surface, like a floating bridge on a guitar.
#6
so is there any advantage on this then say a plank of wood that's rised up... because that would cost about 5 dollars opposed to 100.
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#7
TheProducer and Dasfishy, i got it. Thanks.

I kinda guessed thats what it was used for, but i didnt think anyone was dumb enough to get that......guess i was wrong.
#8
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TheProducer and Dasfishy, i got it. Thanks.

I kinda guessed thats what it was used for, but i didnt think anyone was dumb enough to get that......guess i was wrong.


I'm gonna start making these :P sell the, for 25 bucks... but I doubt neone is stupid enough haha. I can make a good pedal board for like 50 bucks too out of wood, but I bet no one wants that either haha... Damn companies.
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#9
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I'm gonna start making these :P sell the, for 25 bucks... but I doubt neone is stupid enough haha. I can make a good pedal board for like 50 bucks too out of wood, but I bet no one wants that either haha... Damn companies.

Fer sure. Im trying to sell my V3 half-stack for a V3 combo and this dude on craigslist is advertising one for $800 and it comes with one of those "a $100 value" he says.

.......dammit.
#10
I can make a good one of these for about 20 bucks. I would never buy one.
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#12
Well, i know that a bass cab MUST be placed on the ground because if elevated it loses close to 30% of its response or punch, which i could believe; although the person that told me that works for guitar center.
#13
You lift a cab, you loose bass. I used to turn my 2x12's up on their shorter sides (so they were vertical) because I thought there was too much bass when they were set on the floor, and not enough when they were put more than 8 or 10 inches above the floor.