My old cab had a lot of muddy low mids that made amplifying my electric upright difficult. Since I bought my new NV115, getting a satisfying tone has been easy. Deep, full lows combined with super clean mids has made for great gigs! Thanks!
Bluegrass band “Possum”
Hey everyone. I’ve had the privilege and extreme pleasure to test drive these Two great cabinets, the Bergantino AD112 and AD212. Very seldom do I find a piece of gear that is a true game changer. The AD112 and AD212 are big time!
I played both these cabinets in a few different various gigs and venues, what I can say is they make me want to make music! Warm, fat, present, articulate, balanced, all the things us guitar players look for and hear in our heads. I do hear my guitar again for the first time indeed! I also had comments from listeners to that effect. ” I heard every note”, a comment from a friend who’s heard me play for 30 years. ” I hear the guitar, the pickups, the wood” from another. “How come your playing your ass off tonigh?” from a band member. I also AB’d the AD112 against another highly respected 1×12 cab. I didn’t want to play the “other” cab at all after the playing the Bergantino AD112.
Jim Bergantino, I thank you for creating a great INSTRUMENT! Your new AD line of guitar cabinets will no doubt be a hit, make an impact and cause us guys to realize our inspiration. In other words the AD cabs are the end of the road for me and I know they will be for ya’ll that love to sound great and have total feel, artistry and confidence in your playing.
I’m still using Bergantino cabs. I own a NV412 & an AE410. I’ve previously owned HS410, AE112 x2, NV215, & NV610. I should never have passed my NV215 on but the 412 is a superb cab, so I’m very happy. Love the AE410 too & would have a CN212 also if $$ permitted. A neo 115 or 215 would be on my wish list.
Love Me my Bergantino cabs. Best in the world!
I’ve got to congratulate you with regard to your amazing cabinets! I’ve over the years, had so many different rigs, mostly pro quality, but its only now that I’ve discovered the excellence that is Bergantino. I’ve generally had a lot of hassle with stupidly loud and distorted guitarists and their Marshall gear. My latest band falls into that category at the moment, but I’m trying to educate the guitarist, not only to stop playing so loud, but trying to get him to play a more tasteful genre of music. Basically a bit (or a lot) more jazzy.
Anyway, before all that’s likely to happen, I thought I’d buy myself a (mega) Carvin B2000 head with your CN210 and CN112. Initially, I thought the Carvin would be too cheap in quality, but honestly, its really blown me away. OKAY, I could decimate the cones, but I don’t have to. The volume of beautiful clean but punchy tone just thrusts its way through the mix. Even at very loud volume, the cones don’t even flap much.
Thank you for your products so much. I do presume that perhaps one day, I might add a couple more cabinets. Then there will never be a rampant guitarist potentially wrecking my system. That’s notwithstanding the fact that I hate playing too loud. I’m not at all a metal freak!!!
Den Finch (UK)
One night the cab we use as a main for smaller gigs (jbl sr series 2 x 15) decides 5 mns before down beat that it’s taking the night off. Without hesitation, we hooked up 2 of my single 12″ cabs as mains. Used them in the same capacity for two weeks before replacing the main cab. Bergs are amazing!
Bergantino Audio Mission
Bergantino Audio Systems has been dedicated to developing and building the highest quality audio products and bass guitar amplification systems since 2001. We have received numerous accolades within the musical instrument industry and continue to look forward with our designs and our unique approach to developing products.
Bergantino Audio Systems
1 Main Street, Building 12
Whitinsville, MA 01588