PAD AURALEX GRAMMA ΑΠΟΜΟΝΩΣΗΣ ΚΡΑΔΑΣΜΩΝ SUBWOOFER-AMP
Sound: Of course this thing doesn't make a sound, but it can help reduce problematic low-end rumble, especially on boom-box stages. It's particularly effective for bass, but remember, guitar is a LOW instrument. ( low E is around 82 Hz.) And if you are a metal-head, monkey-knuckle, drop-tuning-dork, these things will make you sound just as manly, but less stupid. Feature: Although we have made similar isolation devices cheaply, these look nice and are not terribly over-priced. Considering the cost of plywood, carpet and good acoustic foam, these are cost-effective labor-savers. Ease of Use: Drop it. Set your cab. Quality: It is hard to make a better one... believe me, I have tried. Value: Like I said, considering materials and labor, the price is fair. Manufacturer Support: What support could you possibly need on a thing like this? There's no support hot-line for gravity. I suppose a genuine idiot could use it upside down, but it would still work OK. The Wow Factor: You won't realize how helpful these are until you have used them. Once you hear and feel the difference, you won't forget them. If you have sound-people, they will thank you! If you do your own sound, these make life a little easier. If you goof-balls do your homework, you will start to think more about acoustics and less about power-ratings or gizmos. You get more bang-from-your-bucks when you cooperate with the laws of physics. BTW... these things do double-duty as door-stops when loading and un-loading. If you use tube amp-heads, like the double-HI-WATT and Marshall stacks I used to travel with, you will get more life from your tubes if you put one between your head and the cab. Don't worry, you can still get controlled feedback when you want. Trust me.