I know the 12" Alto (TS112A) gets a lot of love as a budget FRFR speaker, but what about the 10" version, the TS110A?
I love your rig!I should also say that I have the Alesis 112's. They are the same as the Alto's. They are louder, but the Alto TS110a keeps up with what I need and is quite a bit smaller and lighter. That is a great thing for a compact rig.
I struggle with the tone, but I make do. In the pic, I'm using a Tech 21 Blonde for an "amp" and only using the HD500 for effects. I've gone back and forth.I love your rig!
I've tried something similar but I didn't like the HD500 and, although I prefer the GT100 for going direct, the GSP is still much better, so I have to carry the same weight going FRFR as going analog: monitor (=amp) and midi pedalboard + GSP1101 (=analog board + GT100), which doesn't make much sense, since my idea of going direct is also carrying less weight.
No, you don't need it. I don't know why it sounds like that or where the problem may be, but I've used the Mustang Floor with my Alto 10" and didn't need any DI box.Hi I just picked up an Alto TS112A to use with my Mustang floor. It sounds great pumping a stereo recording out, but when I use the Mustang floor, the treble notes ring hollow like when you put a guitar into a recorder straight with no interface. Do I need a DI? Thanks