FRFR cab for gigging.
del.hollingsworth last edited by del.hollingsworth
Has anyone hooked their Bias Amp or Bias Mini to an FRFR cab using the line out? If so what are you using and how does it sound in a gig situation? (Not practice) I’m trying to nail down a good light weight FRFR cab to gig with.
pipelineaudio A2 last edited by
I have an Alto TS210, 20 pounds and super awesome to me!
del.hollingsworth last edited by
@pipelineaudio thanks, I picked up a headrush FRFR-112 which is the same unit with a different EQ curve. It’s lighter than my Fender and gets the job done. I appreciate your input/reply.
Rabia Sattar last edited by
FRFR cabs are an ideal way of reproducing amps of any kind. The https://uk.bestessays.com/buy_essays.html is using this line out on their Bias amp.
Ron Petersen last edited by
@rabia-sattar What's FRFR?
Dan Lawrence last edited by
A real hardware amplifier designed for use with emulators or modelers. If you purchased a BIASFX product from Positive Grid, you might want this type of amplifier to get the maximum benefit from the patches you develop. Search ‘FRFR-112’ on the Sweetwater or Guitar Center website for a detailed description.
Sherrvon Huang last edited by
I am also interested.