Bergantino Artist: Duck

“The advantages of the Bergantino cabinet are their light weight and durability. This equipment sounds natural and gives the “original” sound of the instrument without distortion. It transmits the sound faithful to the essence of any instrument. In particular, the HDN112 is a good low-middle advantage, is expressed without shaking, and is very good in combination with the Contra bass.”

About the Forte Amplifier: http://bergantino.com/product/forte/ “The compact size makes it easy to move, and the design is impressive. The front part is quite impressive. It has everything functional. The VRC feature is quite impressive. Apply naturally, hold down the Bright button, and select the maximum value, you can feel the attractive high range and effector applied. I think this amplifier is great for both the price and functionality of transistor amplifiers. It is easy to operate, press and hold the Bright button to switch to post EQ, and if you press and hold the mute button, the fan that cuts off heat at 2 ohms will work itself. The headphone button function is a great feature for moving players. It is also possible to play alone by using mr through the AUX terminal. It is comfortable for all bass players. Weight, design and functionality are all satisfactory. As with cabinets, it is the greatest advantage of the Bergantino Forte to provide that is quite natural sound.”

Location: Seoul, Korea

Bergantino Equipment Used: Bergantino Forte and the HDN112 & CN410 cab

Associated Bands: “Duck & Mo”

Links to sites:

Performance video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qibB7YbFc0
Youtube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUNPtgrJRWFOrRCCo7Wx1Sw
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DuckBassShop/
Homepage – http://duckbass.com/

Bergantino Artist James Barthalow

“I have always been a die-hard Ampeg fan and user up until I found The Bergantino forté bass amp. It is the most clear sounding amp I have ever purchased. The main three basses I use are my Pedulla Bass Guitars Rapture Bass (single Active Bartolini pickup), American Precision Bass (Passive Geezer Butler EMGs) and my all time favorite my 90’s Warwick basses Fortress Bass (Active EMG PJ Pickups). Every bass has it’s own sound. With the Bergantino forté I can dial in a great tone fast and easily for any of my basses. Seems my old amps had just one sound but not the Forte. It let’s every bass sing with it’s own voice. Using different cabs proves just as easy to dial in a fantastic tone. I love my new Bergantino Amp forté . Looking forward to checking out the rest of The Bergantino products.”

Location: Deltona, Florida

Bergantino Equipment Used: The Bergantino forté

Associated Band: Plum Crazy

Website: https://www.facebook.com/ThePlumCrazyBand/

Bergantino Artist Jim Leach

“I’ve used the Bergantino Forte over the last two weekends and just love this amp. Dialing in the amp to get the tone you want is extremely easy. The bass is tight and the mid-range and treble are as clear as you want it to be. The headroom on this amp is also incredible and the Variable Rate Compression (VRC) is magical and simple to dial in to provide a level string response. I have received many positive comments from band-mates and the audience on just how great the amp sounds. Jim Bergantino has hit the ball out of the park with this amp!”

Location: Long Island, New York

Bergantino Equipment Used: Bergantino Forte’

Associated Band: 

Mountain Jam Orchestra (A tribute to the Allman Brothers)

Jacks O’Diamonds

Website:

www.mountainjamorchestra.com

www.jacksodiamonds.com

 

 

Bergantino Artist James Higginson

“My main gigging rigs consist of an AE210 for smaller gigs, and an AE410 for when I need to bring the noise! Lightweight but solid and reliable, punchy, articulate, fat – these cabs are the real deal, no matter what you throw at them! I toured the French Alps in the winter with my AE410 – 130 gigs in 5 months, from big open festival stages to cramped, sweaty bars. The cab never let me down. To me that says it all!”

Location: London, England

Bergantino Equipment Used: Bergantino AE210 and AE410

Bands: http://entertainers.co.uk/show/the-rocket-man/ – The Rocket Man – A Tribute to Elton John

http://andrewbrowning.co.uk/ – THE Number 1 tribute to George Michael

 

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Bergantino Artist Gene Richau

“LOVE your cabinets, (but my wife doesn’t). At one point my garage was beginning to look like a Bergantino museum. 1 AE410, 1 CN112, 2 HD112’s, a CN212 and the HG310. Have been downsizing the arsenal as of late but at one point I’m pretty confident she was considering sending me to therapy 😀 Thanks for doing what you do, you’re making a lot bassists happy, which is not an easy feat lol!!”

Location: Corona, California

Bergantino Equipment Used: Past rigs: AE410, AE212, AE112 stack, CN212, CN112/HD112 stack. Current rigs: HD112 stack, single HG310

Associated Band: Fear Of Phobias Band

Website: https://www.facebook.com/FearOfPhobiasBand/