I’m a proud owner of 5 of his 25w M75s. They sound just as nice as my pre-roles.
Careful, careful. One does not simply just get one scumback speaker and think they are done. Most try one and get more, so make sure your wallet and ears are ready.Damn! I see this kind of response all the time about Scumbacks. Maybe I need to give one a whirl...
How good are those Stoneage cabs? What about a 4x12?I've always wanted to take the Scumback plunge and finally did it last year with a StoneAge 2x12" cab. I contacted Jim and told him that my 1x12" cab had the Celestion Alnico Cream and that I wanted something very different in character from that for the bigger cab. He asked about my amps and preferences and suggested that I go with the BlackBacks with the large dust cap. So that's the way I went.
When the cab arrived I realized that the combination of the aggressive cab design and speakers really did work together to create a huge, forward sound. It's become a favorite with friends and it has more character than I've experienced from a cab.
That cab is one hell of an experience......so much of that are the drivers. They're instant classics for me. I couldn't be happier.
I'm familiar with Boogie, Bogner, Avatar, Mather, Dr Z, Marshall, Magnatone, Suhr....so many cabs over the years. The truth is that I've rarely come across a quality cab that I think is leagues above the others. There are different approaches that lead to different characteristics and the Bogner, Suhr and Z cabs have always been my favorites for bigger cabs.How good are those Stoneage cabs? What about a 4x12?