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  • #16






    Quote Originally Posted by Dolf
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    The difference being, Brandon's (Aftershock) prices are VERY reasonable compared to anything else in the "fully custom cab" market. Amazingly reasonable.



    I'm not a fan of the LED gimmick, but the fact that it's an option is cool. It's not like you have to order your cab that way. Nobody else is doing that




    Oh I here that...If I do decide to go with one I am opting out of the LED option...

    I just like to hear what actual owners have to say about them... didn't you own some orange cabs as well? I have yet to try one what's yourtake on them??
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    • #17






      Quote Originally Posted by Dolf
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      The difference being, Brandon's (Aftershock) prices are VERY reasonable compared to anything else in the "fully custom cab" market. Amazingly reasonable.



      I'm not a fan of the LED gimmick, but the fact that it's an option is cool. It's not like you have to order your cab that way. Nobody else is doing that




      Oh I here that...If I do decide to go with one I am opting out of the LED option...

      I just like to hear what actual owners have to say about them... didn't you own some orange cabs as well? I have yet to try one what's yourtake on them??
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      • #18






        Quote Originally Posted by magh8
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        I just wanna see the mills like bracing in the inside again....




        here ya go

        http://acapella.harmony-central.com/...terburner-412B



        Again nothing crazy looks to be a 18 to 20 by 12 1/2 inch piece of ply with 6 3 inch holes cut out i could do that for you man for free
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        • #19






          Quote Originally Posted by magh8
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          I just wanna see the mills like bracing in the inside again....




          here ya go

          http://acapella.harmony-central.com/...terburner-412B



          Again nothing crazy looks to be a 18 to 20 by 12 1/2 inch piece of ply with 6 3 inch holes cut out i could do that for you man for free
          Charvel Desolation SC1 Skatecaster blakhart USA custom shop kronos Laboga Mr hecter Mojotone custom 412 wgs loaded Good deals with:apophis ejendres madDdog67 tdepaul1313, robbierobnj06 Corpsegrinder88x2 Further Lo Yo_Squig jdj8282 Metalhed Magh8 Killing Nevada Bullhead Mustaine Who?rog951 a58chevy nodata2000 hex 1972guitars griole ibenhad

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          • #20
            Well, he built the 6x12s to Orange specs, only bigger. In terms of sound projection and feel, they were startlingly similar to Billy's Orange 4x12, but obviously sounded quite different due to the speaker compliment. Somewhat directional, but HUGE sounding. We also had a center divider going straight down the cabs, basically turning them into double 3x12s. It added weight, but also made them very punchy for such an enormous cab.



            In terms of durability? Well ****************, man. Those things went all over the country, played a couple hundred shows and held up like champs. Had to replace the casters a couple times due to the sheer weight of the cabs grinding them down to nubs but that's to be expected.



            Billy's tolex held up better than mine because his was done in black mesa style, while mine was in white orange style and anybody will tell you, that textured tolex orange uses shreds pretty easily.



            In terms of price vs sound and available options I don't think there's a better choice out there



            The guitars on the unreleased EP we did was with his cabs. You can hear that here



            https://soundcloud.com/david-washburn
            ORANGE AMPS
            Good Deals

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            Originally Posted by Sex Panther


            I never called myself "Love Panther" or "Commitment Panther".





            Formerly known as Dolflundgren

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            • #21
              Well, he built the 6x12s to Orange specs, only bigger. In terms of sound projection and feel, they were startlingly similar to Billy's Orange 4x12, but obviously sounded quite different due to the speaker compliment. Somewhat directional, but HUGE sounding. We also had a center divider going straight down the cabs, basically turning them into double 3x12s. It added weight, but also made them very punchy for such an enormous cab.



              In terms of durability? Well ****************, man. Those things went all over the country, played a couple hundred shows and held up like champs. Had to replace the casters a couple times due to the sheer weight of the cabs grinding them down to nubs but that's to be expected.



              Billy's tolex held up better than mine because his was done in black mesa style, while mine was in white orange style and anybody will tell you, that textured tolex orange uses shreds pretty easily.



              In terms of price vs sound and available options I don't think there's a better choice out there



              The guitars on the unreleased EP we did was with his cabs. You can hear that here



              https://soundcloud.com/david-washburn
              ORANGE AMPS
              Good Deals

              Winner "Best Multi-Amp Rig" 2012 BOTR







              Originally Posted by Sex Panther


              I never called myself "Love Panther" or "Commitment Panther".





              Formerly known as Dolflundgren

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              • #22






                Quote Originally Posted by rebornself27
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                here ya go

                http://acapella.harmony-central.com/...terburner-412B



                Again nothing crazy looks to be a 18 to 20 by 12 1/2 inch piece of ply with 6 3 inch holes cut out i could do that for you man for free




                dammit Rich I now what the mills look like.I wanna see what aftershock did again..



                Oh check out what shannon did to craigs DSL
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                • #23






                  Quote Originally Posted by rebornself27
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                  here ya go

                  http://acapella.harmony-central.com/...terburner-412B



                  Again nothing crazy looks to be a 18 to 20 by 12 1/2 inch piece of ply with 6 3 inch holes cut out i could do that for you man for free




                  dammit Rich I now what the mills look like.I wanna see what aftershock did again..



                  Oh check out what shannon did to craigs DSL
                  no more sig

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                  • #24






                    Quote Originally Posted by Dolf
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                    Billy and I owned a couple of the first 6x12s he ever built.



                    Gat damn, the ****************ers were nasty good. 3/4" ply all around (including the baffle), excellent bracing, overbuilt like crazy. I only sold mine to have him build me the two 2x12s that I'm currently using. He makes great stuff and you can load it with whatever you want.



                    And those 6x12s were some of the first cabs he EVER built. Way before he had nearly the amount of custom options/pinstriping/binding/stains/etc that he has now.




                    This. And also the other thing Dave posted. I won't go through him again because next go around I'm going back to Orange 4x12's but that isn't a reflection on his quality that is a personal decision based on preferences and loyalty to a brand that has treated me like a golden god for no apparent reason.
                    http://www.facebook.com/thegloriousrebellion
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                    • #25






                      Quote Originally Posted by Dolf
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                      Billy and I owned a couple of the first 6x12s he ever built.



                      Gat damn, the ****************ers were nasty good. 3/4" ply all around (including the baffle), excellent bracing, overbuilt like crazy. I only sold mine to have him build me the two 2x12s that I'm currently using. He makes great stuff and you can load it with whatever you want.



                      And those 6x12s were some of the first cabs he EVER built. Way before he had nearly the amount of custom options/pinstriping/binding/stains/etc that he has now.




                      This. And also the other thing Dave posted. I won't go through him again because next go around I'm going back to Orange 4x12's but that isn't a reflection on his quality that is a personal decision based on preferences and loyalty to a brand that has treated me like a golden god for no apparent reason.
                      http://www.facebook.com/thegloriousrebellion
                      http://thegloriousrebellion.bandcamp.com

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                      • #26
                        Ok, did I miss these tours that encompassed hundreds of shows? I seem to remember 2 partial tours that ended abruptly due to van problems. No troll, I actually guess I'm losing my mind.

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                        • #27
                          Ok, did I miss these tours that encompassed hundreds of shows? I seem to remember 2 partial tours that ended abruptly due to van problems. No troll, I actually guess I'm losing my mind.

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                          • #28






                            Quote Originally Posted by Ron Burgandy
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                            Ok, did I miss these tours that encompassed hundreds of shows? I seem to remember 2 partial tours that ended abruptly due to van problems. No troll, I actually guess I'm losing my mind.




                            Apparently you did. We toured the east coast at least 4 times(and each tour was a month long) and did MOST of a west coast tour. Like I said each one of these tours was a month long with almost no off dates. All this while being in Decibel magazine getting a higher review than Lamb of God(feb 2012 issue), high reviews in Outburn magazine, FM radio airplay, Satellite radio play, FM radio interviews, endorsements...we were kind of a big deal, dude. We were poor as ****************, but we were living the dream.



                            Towards the end we had to cancel several tours due to vehicle complications AND complications with the business people we hired. Too many hands in the cookie jar with no one looking to put fresh cookies in. The only way to fix that is if there's no cookie jar. Hence the band breaking up.
                            http://www.facebook.com/thegloriousrebellion
                            http://thegloriousrebellion.bandcamp.com

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                            • #29






                              Quote Originally Posted by Ron Burgandy
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                              Ok, did I miss these tours that encompassed hundreds of shows? I seem to remember 2 partial tours that ended abruptly due to van problems. No troll, I actually guess I'm losing my mind.




                              Apparently you did. We toured the east coast at least 4 times(and each tour was a month long) and did MOST of a west coast tour. Like I said each one of these tours was a month long with almost no off dates. All this while being in Decibel magazine getting a higher review than Lamb of God(feb 2012 issue), high reviews in Outburn magazine, FM radio airplay, Satellite radio play, FM radio interviews, endorsements...we were kind of a big deal, dude. We were poor as ****************, but we were living the dream.



                              Towards the end we had to cancel several tours due to vehicle complications AND complications with the business people we hired. Too many hands in the cookie jar with no one looking to put fresh cookies in. The only way to fix that is if there's no cookie jar. Hence the band breaking up.
                              http://www.facebook.com/thegloriousrebellion
                              http://thegloriousrebellion.bandcamp.com

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                              • #30
                                The tours I mentioned totaled more than 90+ shows, but I was also including the many shows prior to and after said tours.
                                ORANGE AMPS
                                Good Deals

                                Winner "Best Multi-Amp Rig" 2012 BOTR







                                Originally Posted by Sex Panther


                                I never called myself "Love Panther" or "Commitment Panther".





                                Formerly known as Dolflundgren

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