Incoming Schroeder

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Incoming Schroeder

Postby TomA » Sat Aug 31, 2013 1:10 pm

I've been gigging an Avatar Neo 4x10 for years. It serves me quite well but, the more I gig, the more I'm finding that the relatively light Avatar is still not as easy to lug around as I'd like it to be... especially after some of the late night gigs that I still occasionally do.

I have a Schroeder 1212L on the way. It's the 1000w 4ohm version, so it should play nice with my Streamliner 900, and it's nearly 20 lbs lighter than my Avatar. I paid for it with gig money that I've been saving for the last few months. :)

http://www.schroedercabinets.com/1212.htm

Tom
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Re: Incoming Schroeder

Postby DigthemLows » Tue Sep 03, 2013 1:42 pm

I love Shroeder cabs, and I'm sure you'll like the weight!!
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Re: Incoming Schroeder

Postby TomA » Sun Sep 15, 2013 2:41 pm

I got the cab earlier this week and gigged it this past Friday night. Whoa! I am sold. First of all, the weight difference (from my Avatar) was really noticeable. The sturdy Line-X type coating is sweet too... but the sound was huge! The word “punch” is so overused, but this thing has got it.

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Re: Incoming Schroeder

Postby Freddels » Sun Sep 15, 2013 3:38 pm

I had a 410L for a while and it sounded great with my GK 1001RB-II. I went to a local gtg and a friend wanted to borrow it. I let him and then he convinced me that he really loved the cab and how it fit perfectly in his band situation. He talked me into selling it to him. He sold it shortly thereafter.

There was also a local guy that had made some deal with Jorge and was a dealer or local builder for him out here or something. The quality just wasn't there. For example, there would be different screws on the handles (one or two would have completely different heads like it's what he had grabbed from the bucket). I have no idea what was up with that.
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