Hi Mate, Just been over to the other side and read the posts. There has never been any plans for ASS product. This is the main reason. Most of the Name builders like Martin, Turbosound etc. have never built there own cabs. They have always relied on outside builders such as myself to build them. Consequently, they always had to produce working drawings for manufacture. Regarding ASS, all my cabs were designed on full size on sheets of ply, from that, jigs and patterns were produced. So when a cab commences production, a cutting sheet is all that is needed, hence no plans as such.
One of the problems of finding second hand ASS in the UK is that when we were in full production, 90% of what I produced went abroad. The biggest taker was Germany followed by France. I still have a picture of the cabs on the front cover of Sono. We did very well from Scandinavia right down the Southern Spain
That sounds good to me, I'm from austria, that's near germany... unfortunately I have never seen any cabs for sale in the web, seems that none wants to sell his ASS gear.
Would be great if you could post that picture!
Arw, that's splendid Tone thanks dude. Any other postings of images of Concert System related stuff would be greatly appreciated as there's just so few images out there.
Tony on Ebay at present is it a former clientl of yours in Southend who's selling four MX350's on Ebay right now?
Paul and I would luv to obtain two stacks of an RX system with those wicked tweeter strip cabs that go between two MX350's.
That's another rig for the A.S.S collection we needs, and will seek to pocess like Gollum after his ring. ''My precious, my precious, me curse Baggin-siss!''
According to Paul the bin on the RX system that sits under the pair of MX350's is the desgin of an SB218H that's been chopped in half? But is loaded with a fifteen.
I've never even seen an SB218H in real life ever, or any images of one other than in a catalogue. It's a tuff looking cab that's in the desgin style of an MX1200 with the drivers access pannel and the angles of the wood that meet the acess pannel! I'd luv to obtain a pair of those one day. How many SB218's did you make Tony?
Tony could you please post some images of the RX system as there's not many i've seen, and none on this forum, that i'm aware of.
My and Paul's paint arrives this week, so our MX450 system on the three MX1200, that are on the three Mx121rt's should be posted soon.
Me curse Baggin-sis