#1
Got Kevin's opinion on this but I'll ask everyone else as well -

How will a 2x10 cab work for some Modern Metal tones? It's really the only good cab I have found at a good price.

It's loaded with 2 10" Eminence Legends, and is 2/3'rds closed back.

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#2
works fine. tho with an open back im not too sure....
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#3
should work fine but i would suggest covering that last third with plywood or something
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#4
Well, if you're a fan of the rig you got in your signature, you might not like a cab with 10" Eminence's, especially without a closed back. Mostly because Celestion and Eminence are like Marshall and Mesa... different. That, and the cab kinda throws a country vibe off..maybe classic rock...
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#6
Aren't I?

I thought a 2x10 would like the bass response you normal see in modern metal. Sure, closing it would help, but I still think a 2x12 would be better. At least that cab is oversized.
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#7
not to be a thread hijacker or anything but you'd guys use just regular plywood to close a speaker cabinet back? I was thinking of that thick foam to use on mine.
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#8
Foam wouldn't work very good, it's too flimsy.
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#9
Alrighty then.. any other thoughts?
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#10
Well as far as the 10" speakers they'd be fine. (Brand wise is by taste... know what I mean?) but that open back action will loosen your bass response.
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