My DNA Rig

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My DNA Rig

Postby LaneOnBass » Mon Apr 25, 2016 1:51 pm

Here's a shot of my current DNA rig: DNA-1350, powering a pair of DNS-112 cabs.

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My first DNA cab, a DNS-210, was traded out for this pair because I needed a back-up on tour and couldn't fit a second 210 on the bus. By replacing the 210 with a pair of 112s, I could lose a cab and still have a minimal rig.

Now that I'm preparing for my own tour, I'll be adding another pair of 112s and another 1350 to power them. As things progress, I plan to add more "stacks" to the rig. For me, the 112 is an outstanding cabinet, more than fast enough to respond to high transients, with stellar bottom.

I've got to say, I'm extremely pleased to be endorsing David's gear again. And, although the logo has changed, I'm right where I've been since the mid-90s - pounding out the low end with massive tone, thanks to David's genius. 8-)
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Re: My DNA Rig

Postby Bassmann1968 » Tue Apr 26, 2016 4:32 am

I love that rig as well.
Easy to transport!
I always have to fight myself wether to take the 2x112 or the 410. :-)
Armin

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Re: My DNA Rig

Postby RipVanDan » Tue Apr 26, 2016 1:47 pm

So Lane, have you ever tried stacking the two vertically? Any noticeable difference in sound other than getting one of them closer to your ears?

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Amps: Eden WT500/800 (signature model!), Eden Nemesis RS400, Eden TN226
Cabs: DNS-410-8, DNS-210-8, two each Eden EX112-4
Basses: 1982 Fender Jazz (MIA), 2009 Rogue LX405 Pro (surprisingly good 5-string)

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Re: My DNA Rig

Postby rinos88 » Mon May 09, 2016 7:55 pm

I'm probably gonna break down and grab one of the 1x12 cabs one of these days. My 410-4 is more than enough for most gigs, but having a small, more portable cab for smaller situations would probably come in handy.
DNA 1350 and 410-4: Why settle for really good tone when you can have the best?

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Re: My DNA Rig

Postby firebass6 » Fri Jan 27, 2017 8:17 pm

Just got my 2 112s . Hoping to get an 800 to power them soon. Dan because of the handles they don't stack very well vertically. I stack my Eden 210xst cabs vertical. I saw a YouTube vid of a user that turned the top speaker around so he could stack them vertically

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Re: My DNA Rig

Postby kevor » Wed Mar 08, 2017 1:10 pm

I stack my 2 112s vertically doing exactly what you stated. It's doable and doesn't screw up the tone.
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