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Posted by Walter (152.163.252.97) on November 10, 2003 at 17:25:54:

In Reply to: Re: Best Cabinet for 6 string posted by steve kudela on October 27, 2003 at 07:42:11:

: : I'm surrently playing a Fender Bassman 100 combo. I bought a Harke 3500 amp and am looking for a 4 x 10 cabinet to compliment it. I need clean clear lows. Looking at Ampeg SVT-410 and Hartke XL. Any other thoughts?

: : Thanks!

: hey obd my recommendation would be the hartke 4.5 xl. a jam up cabinet. bass that you can hear and feel as well. in my view the only thing better would be to have four cabinets.steve kudela

Hey OBD,

Welcome to the world of the 6 string bass. I used to own a Harke cabinet. While it was cool for very small rooms, it seriously lacked the full and warm tones at at little higher volume. Especially with one cabinet. Currently I'm playing out the David Edens 410xlt's. They are very nice and you would probably be happy with it. However, I have recently checked out the Ampeg Classic 410 cabinet on some overseas gigs that I did. Suddenly the model number escapes me but if you go to the Ampeg website, it's the cabinet with 3 port wholes on the bottom. This cabinet is absolutley awesome! It's very full, warm and yet clear without being too bass heavy. In addition it cranks nicely. :) It will definetely be my next cabinet. MrBass6





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