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worth upgrading my cab from carvin to rivera?

Discussion in 'Backline' started by aviel, Dec 19, 2012.

  1. aviel

    aviel Member

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    i currently own a Legacy 412 V30, just saw someone selling 2 cabs:
    Engl Pro V60, Rivera V30. for 600$ each. i dont see any reason of owning 2 cabs, does it worth the effort of replacing my cab with one of them?

    i use Engl Powerball and i've heard engl cabs swits them the best, but the V60 is already mid scooped so im not sure its a good idea..
     
  2. aviel

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    No one had experience with rivera cabs?
     
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    If I were you id try to get a front loaded cab, like a diezel or fryette fatbottom.
     
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    I have a Rivera K412 with a V30/G12T75 x-pattern and the thing is killer. Really nice, tight, defined low end.
     

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