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Re: Hartke 2000 head

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Posted by Darrell Butler ( on October 03, 2002 at 07:11:44:

In Reply to: Re: Hartke 2000 head posted by Jon Locker on September 03, 2002 at 09:00:52:

: Forget Hartke. I know they look appealing with thier "great" features and small price tag. They're nothing but trouble. I had the Hartke 5000 for about 2 years. In which time I had it in the shop twice. The first time they replaced the whole unit. You're gonna laugh at me when you read this, but look into Peavey. I have the I have the t max preamp, CS800S power amp, and the older 4-10 cab. It sounds great. when we're headlining I offer the Peavey up to the opening bassplayer for quick changeover. They usually frown until they actually plug in. The moral of the story is, try some Peavey stuff.

: Jon

Can't agree here. I have had my Hartke gear, (3500 head, 4-10's, 2-10's, & 1-15) for 6 months now. I know this doesn't sound like a long time, but we play for a living, (5-6) nights a week. Moving from place to place week to week. Nothing but raves with my Hartke stuff. I'm not laughing about Peavey. I like their gear. I still have a century head, and a two 15 bottom at home, (that I haven't seen in months), and I play 2 Peavey Dyna-basses, (1 4-string, 1-5). I love both axes. Play them every night. Just now, thru Hartke stuff.

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