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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by bigswifty » 14 Jan 2019, 08:33

Wow. I'm suddenly feeling like such a complete wuss with my <20kg lift 1x15 combo! I need to man up haha.
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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by DoctorJohn » 14 Jan 2019, 08:56

slowlearner wrote:
13 Jan 2019, 21:10
^That's impressive! I wonder if Ford designed it to fit an 8x10. :D
Believe it or not i can fit 2 basses, my Mesa Boogie Rig (400+ head, 1516 cab) and my Ampeg Rig (SVT3Pro, 810e) into it 8| With the back seats folded down, there's heaps of space to keep any bass player happy :)

When loading the car, i like having the tetris music playing on my phone :rolf:

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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by slowlearner » 14 Jan 2019, 09:35

We used to have a Suzuki swift 5 door hatch. I could fit 2 upright basses in the car. Small hatchbacks are awesome. :)
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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by narcdor » 14 Jan 2019, 10:13

Same here with a Honda Jazz, not lying when they call them magic seats. Was much better when I didn't use the back seats to flip them down easily as they were always clear, an easy lift in through the boot for my dodgy back too with the little neoprene mat that allows easy sliding in and out with no bumper/moulding damage.
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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by bom bom » 15 Jan 2019, 13:26

Maybe this thread should read :-
Which small wagon/ hatch can fit the most gear.
I gotta a half decent wagon - but am super impressed with what some of you guys fit into those smaller cars - nice.

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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by basshack » 15 Jan 2019, 16:15

Like this?

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This was a pack for the 2011 Melbourne GTG. 7 solid body basses, 1 EUB, 1 acoustic, a 212 cab, stands, 2 amps I think. Subaru Wagon.

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I don't mind if it gets derailed a bit.
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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by DeadlyErnest » 15 Jan 2019, 16:53

Forester seems to have a much more practical internal space than a lot of the wagons these days. All the curves and bumps on the outside cut down a lot on the internal space.
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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by dagwood dawg » 15 Jan 2019, 20:14

^^ Yep we have a forester and a VE wagon. Loads more room in the Subaru.

I've got a NV610 and a NV115. Keen to pick up another 15 for the modular comparison.

It seems each time I've got the money for a new 15 some expense pops up and I need to prioritise. New timing chain needed for the wagon this time :rolleyes

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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by lepparda » 22 Jan 2019, 09:31

Have you looked at a Barefaced 610. Can handle up to 1500w and weighs under 30Kg.

https://barefacedbass.com/product-range/Retro-Six10.htm
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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by Rocksolid » 22 Jan 2019, 10:07

dagwood dawg wrote:
15 Jan 2019, 20:14
^^ Yep we have a forester and a VE wagon. Loads more room in the Subaru.
That's interesting. I ended up getting a VF SS Wagon last year and parting ways with my VY wagon. I'd done the research, I knew how much less capacity the new wagons had. My Fender 610 could fit on it's side across the back of the back seat in my VY, in the VF I am putting the seats down to get it in.
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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by DanMan82 » 24 Jan 2019, 13:18

Aussie Mark wrote:
09 Jan 2019, 19:36
Fender Neo 610 is 35kg
According to Fender website it's actually 43kg.

Having said that, mine definitely doesn't feel that heavy. I can lift it with one hand (not that I choose that method of loading it into a venue or anything).

For me this is the perfect bass cab - heaps of bottom end clarity, adjustable tweeter, skid rails, wheels, super light and fantastic tone.
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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by elmo » 25 Jan 2019, 06:34

Hey everyone, I’ve only just seen this thread :lol: some great input here and love the talk about what can be fit in the back of our cars. That could definitely become it’s own “post your” thread!

The barefaced looks awesome and is on the list. It’s just a lot of $ to get it over here so trying to explore other options before I follow through with that.

Yes the fender comes in heavier on their specs but good to know it seems lighter in the flesh. Hopefully a used one in Brisbane comes up that I can actually have a go at moving around.

Also with NAMM on right now, I was hopeful another manufacturer may come out with something new! I love my berg CN210....imagine a neo NV610....! HDN610? :drool:
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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by rodl2005 » 25 Jan 2019, 06:51

Weil there's a neo HG412
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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by Aussie Mark » 25 Jan 2019, 21:56

DanMan82 wrote:
24 Jan 2019, 13:18
Aussie Mark wrote:
09 Jan 2019, 19:36
Fender Neo 610 is 35kg
According to Fender website it's actually 43kg.
43kg is the shipping weight, which includes the heavy duty double lined carton, the packing, the warranty card and the user manual. I put my cab on a scale - and it's 35kg

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Re: 610 Cabs

Post by Steve77 » 25 Jan 2019, 22:19

rodl2005 wrote:
25 Jan 2019, 06:51
Well there's a neo HG412
This is the latest on my GAS list. Same depth and width as my HD212, and extra 5cm taller, which is a good thing being closer to the ear. Only 29kg too, so even easier to get into the back of the hatchback. Haven't yet experienced a sealed cab. If only I needed that much power.
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