Posted on July 9, 2007

“Well, I’m not sure what I can add that hasn’t been said over and over. I’ve been trying to get a rig that would do full justice to my Alembic Rouge 5 string for about 3 & 1/2 years. My approach has been pretty much “buy 1 or 2 of everything and see what sounds best”. I don]t even believe the collection of bass amps and cabs that are all over my band\’s studio and my home studio (and 2 or 3 closets). When I discovered Aguilar’s 112 cabinet a few months back, I thought I’d died and gone to heaven. All that sound and not much weight. Then I bought a Bergy HT-112 last week from Guitar-X here in Denver and ran the two together with a Thunderfunk 550 for a weekend gig and I joined the ranks of the Bergantino cult. Although the Aggie 112 is still an excellent speaker, it couldn’t match the Bergantino 112 in any respect, especially the amazing clarity. All I want to know is, where were these speakers back in the ’70s and ’80s when I hauled a dual SVT rig around for 12 years and played 2 to 5 nights a week? Now it’s off to eBay to sell most of the stuff I’ve collected and buy more Bergantino cabinets. I’ve been playing since the ’60s and my equipment search is over. For those wanting to know what to drive their Bergie’s with (and can’t afford a Walter Woods) try the Thunderfunk 550. It’s amazing as well. ” “Zeke” Adams – Denver, Colorado