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> Argentinian Guitar Cabs
post Dec 12 2008, 01:11 PM
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Hey Gabi, how are you?
I want to know if you had the chance to prove or listen the Cabs by Wenstone

Any recomendation of other argentinian cabs (VE, Electrovox, Nash...)? You play with Vintage Electric, what can you tell me about their cabs? They´re a bit more expensive than Wenstone

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post Dec 13 2008, 03:54 PM
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Hi Mariano! I've tried some Wenstone Amps in Rehearsal Rooms and I didn't feel impressed.I think that the Vintage Electric amps are superior and sound more similar to the imported amps like Mesa Booggie, Vox or Marshall. They have one model for every of this brands.

Talking about prices the difference between a Vintage Electric and a Mesa Boogie is so big. You can buy a Mesa Boogie Head at around US$2700 while the Vintage Electric New Twin costs around US$600. It's not exactly the same than a Mesa Boogie amp but it's really close considering the difference of prices.

I use it with a Marshall 1960 cabinet.

It's important to say that I'm not exponsored by them so this is exactly what I think. wink.gif



pd: Some musicians said me that Nash Amps and Cream Amps are also very good but I didn't try them.

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