Our Bassist was using a small amp for a small coffee house solo gig he was doing using a loop station, amd not wanting or needing to lug his entire L1 set up. He has the L1 with 4 B1's, the P1 and the T1. So, in a discussion we were having after the small amp decided to retire itself. we discovered a good set up for him for the coffee house as well as doing some free lance work with a couple other bands that what to run him through their board is a set up of: 2-B1's the P1 and the T1. One trip with a small hand cart with one hand and his bass in the other. Good stage sound and an excellent mix to the main system.
"2-B1's the P1 and the T1"
Do mean a PackLite? (also known as the A1)
So his rig is ...
PackLite® Extended Bass Package (PackLite® amp + two B1 Bass Modules)
plus T1 ToneMatch® Audio Engine
Cool - easy to haul. Lots of tonal adjustment.
Edit: spellingThis message has been edited. Last edited by: ST,
Yes I meant A1 not P1 I was thinking Packlite.
Yes that is the set up!
Very interesting, I guess using the A1 and bypassing the Powerstand means that there is no crossover point so the full range goes to the 2 B1's via the T1 and the A1. Gotta love thinking outside the box.
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