What are people saying about our cabinets?
From: Cater Sheppard
6.23.23 From Doug Morton: Dave. I used the RS115 last night at an outdoor energy festival gig w/ my blues band 2 guitars sax bass drums. Had the cab/amp about 4' behind me on a small dolly so it was about 4" off the ground under a tent. I've never heard any cab so articulate AND full. My brother is the drummer, we work together a LOT, he commented "wow, that thing sounds fantastic". I was using my flat wound strung old fender jazz bass. We don't play very loud, just present and full. I could even hear my ghost notes like I had headphones on in the studio.
Sandy Pardee - bassist of the Delta Knights Band
OK, I've had the opportunity to try out the RS210 at 2 gigs recently, Thanks for the loaner, Dave! There's no question I'll be putting an order in soon. My complaint with most 210s is pretty common: not enough bottom, and, with the tweeters that most have, they're too crisp and not warm enough. I've been using an Eden 210XLT and an Eden D410XLT. Both are rock solid, industry standards. I'm selling 'em. Any buyers? The RS210 is full range, lots of tight bottom end, no flab, Mids are there, but no mid-range bump like you get in the Edens. The highs are defined, but not brittle. Even tone and definition through the whole range. I'm really looking forward to tweaking the amp settings in different clubs, but I have full faith it will pass all tests. More posts to come as time goes on. Great job, Dave!
Danny Morris - professor in the bass department at Berklee
Just back from a gig at the Beehive..parked on Dartmouth St. walked a block to stage door with 2x10 cab, GK head and Fender Bass...no problem man...and the cab kicked tonight...medium volume, full warm timbre..R&B/Reggae..love this speaker cab..great job David!!!
Al Hospers - bassist North Conway, NH
Thanks to David David C Luke I played through the Revsound 410 cabinet last Saturday night at the Wildcat Tavern. I thought that it sounded great. I used my Genz Benz Shuttle 6.0 amp. It was overkill for the room and I didn't get to crank it, but it's hard to believe that a cabinet this light could sound this good. Amazingly it's lighter than my Peavy 2-10 cab! Nice job David! Looking forward to checking out the 2-10 cab this Saturday at Bayside.
I had the opportunity to play my 6-string Peavey custom shop bass and my 30 year old Walter Woods amp through one of David's 2-10 cabinets tonight at my gig in Wolfboro. The cabinet is so small and light I was skeptical that it would produce the sound I needed, but boy was I surprised. I had no problem getting a smooth, round old-school sound, or a crisp modern sound, all out of a tiny cabinet that weighs almost nothing! The really interesting thing is that it could get some really crisp highs, with NO TWEETER at all!!! Since the band I played with is hardly funky, at the end of the night I tweaked things the way I usually play funk - lots of bass & highs and scooped out the mids - and let loose some thumb. The cabinet sounded great. I liked it better than the Epifani 210 UL that happen to own & like. Oh yeah, tho this band isn't all that loud, I did turn it up and it cranks. My 350 watt Woods and the RS210 will obviously give me a gracious plenty volume.
Great job David C Luke... So, anyone interested in a Peavey 2-1 cab with neo's? I need some cash to get one of these baby's!
Oh yeah, one other thing... this cab is tight and responsive. Those 16th notes just happen exactly when I play them. Excellent transient reproduction folks...of course the Woods helps with some of that! [grin]