Jack family

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Harley
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Jack family

#1 Post by Harley » Fri Aug 12, 2011 6:12 pm

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L to R ---> J115. J112, J110

J115 - 3015HO - switchable melded piezo array - Italian Poplar - 20 kg

J112 - 3012HO - switchable melded piezo array - Italian Poplar - 15 kg

J110 - DLII2510 - switchable melded piezo array - Italian Poplar - 11.5 kg

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L to R ---> J115. J112 x 2, J110 x 2
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Rick Lee
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Re: Jack family

#2 Post by Rick Lee » Fri Aug 12, 2011 7:48 pm

They look like a very happy family. Quite lovely.
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Re: Jack family

#3 Post by LelandCrooks » Sat Aug 13, 2011 7:10 am

The 15 is a big cab. I know the size of the 12's, haven't done a 15 yet.

Which do you like the best Harley?
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Re: Jack family

#4 Post by Harley » Sat Aug 13, 2011 7:53 am

LelandCrooks wrote:The 15 is a big cab. I know the size of the 12's, haven't done a 15 yet.

Which do you like the best Harley?
Yes, the J115 is a serious lift, almost awkward in size. Certainly a double hander for an old fart like me. It has two handles on it - one on each side whereas the others just one handle on one side.

Haven't put the J115 through some serious gigs yet - will inform more in Sept.

So far though, J110's for sweetness, J112s for a bit more power and low end, although 3 J110s do pretty much just as well in that department.
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