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Another FRFR - GR Guitar AT G112A

xrist04

Fractal Fanatic
The AT G210A ST from GR Guitar is a great-looking, lightweight, stereo-capable, powered speaker system.

The carbon-fiber enclosure of the AT G210A ST cuts the carry weight by almost 40% (!) - from 28.6 lbs in the wooden cab version down to 17.6 lbs for the carbon-fiber version.

AT-G210A-AT-G210P-AT-G210A-ST-side-640x424.png


However, according to GR Guitar's web site, the SICA 10" raw frame speakers used in the AT G210A ST are "dual cone" drivers, not "coaxial."

These drivers are likely to be the SICA 10 D 1,5 CS woofers - clink the link for specs.

Austin Guitar House (Texas, US) has them listed for US$1299 each.
 

gitfruit

Inspired
And...it is here! Super-light weight, a bit bigger than I expected, but ok there are two 10"-speakers in it.
Cab looks very cool with the carbon housing, Italian design, there ya go!
Gave it a test drive at very low bedroom volume aroung midnight in my flat and it sounded fantastic, even my wife noticed it. Can´t hide it from her now. Very musical and my CLRs sound harsh in comparison from what I remember, but I did not test them side by side. Probably because the G210A has less top end than the CLR, it goes to 16 kHz vs. 18 kHz for the CLR. Gonna take it to rehearsal today and see how it compares at gig volume. If it sounds as good at high volume I will take it to the gig tomorrow along with one of my CLRs.
Sorry for the crappy photos. BTW, no manual was included in the box, but who cares, I already had it downloaded anyway.
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fractalz

Power User
The carbon-fiber enclosure of the AT G210A ST cuts the carry weight by almost 40% (!) - from 28.6 lbs in the wooden cab version down to 17.6 lbs for the carbon-fiber version.

AT-G210A-AT-G210P-AT-G210A-ST-side-640x424.png


However, according to GR Guitar's web site, the SICA 10" raw frame speakers used in the AT G210A ST are "dual cone" drivers, not "coaxial."

These drivers are likely to be the SICA 10 D 1,5 CS woofers - clink the link for specs.

Austin Guitar House (Texas, US) has them listed for US$1299 each.
the speakers in that link are coaxial. The two cones share a centerline.
 

gitfruit

Inspired
European supplier had one (1) in stock and they sent it to my dealer. I gigged it yesterday in combination with a CLR Neo on top of it.
The CLR has a lot more thump, probably because of the 12" speaker. The G210A should go deeper according to the specs (60 Hz) but I guess that there is a roll-off before that. It sounds sweeter in the high-end than the CLR, again my guess because of the frequency range that goes up to 16kHz, so it sounds more like a guitar cab maybe. Haven´t used a guitar cab for years. It is Flat Response IMO but not Full Range. Maybe Full Guitar Range ;) .
I will order another one just because it is so light-weight and sounds more than good enough as a backline for me. It also is loud enough in comparison to the CLR. I have output on the FM9 at 10 o´clock and input and master around noon on the CLR. On the G210A I had to raise volume to about 3 o´clock to be on par with the CLR. Still lots of headroom left.
 

Duncan

New Member
Hi everyone: Newbie here. Just wanted to see if there were any more insights/updates/mini-review on the GR series of amps. TIA!
 

skolacki

Power User
The AT G210A ST from GR Guitar is a great-looking, lightweight, stereo-capable, powered speaker system.

The carbon-fiber enclosure of the AT G210A ST cuts the carry weight by almost 40% (!) - from 28.6 lbs in the wooden cab version down to 17.6 lbs for the carbon-fiber version.

AT-G210A-AT-G210P-AT-G210A-ST-side-640x424.png


However, according to GR Guitar's web site, the SICA 10" raw frame speakers used in the AT G210A ST are "dual cone" drivers, not "coaxial."

These drivers are likely to be the SICA 10 D 1,5 CS woofers - clink the link for specs.

Austin Guitar House (Texas, US) has them listed for US$1299 each.

That speaker is sexy!!
 

gitfruit

Inspired
It seems like I´m having trouble with my now 2 cabs. At last rehearsal I was under the impression that the tweeters were cutting out from time to time...or maybe it was just too loud! But I don´t think I was imagining things. When I sat up the new cab on top of the one I already had I noticed immediatly that the "old" one was missing treble while the new one seemed trebly in comparison. I have to do some serious testing when I find time, was too tired after rehearsal.
 

Rex

Legend!
the speakers in that link are coaxial. The two cones share a centerline.
In order to have coaxial speakers, you need to have at least two speakers with a common centerline. Theses are built from single speakers that have an extra cone (a “whizzer” cone).
 
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