#1
I found a hughes and Kettner 4X12 for $300, i have no idea what kind it is, but since none of thier amps are very cheap, i would assume that the cab has to be of high quality.

If i bought it i would be using it for a mesa boogie rectoverb. I play mostly hard rock and light metal, but i also play alot of soft rock type stuff.

does anybody have any experience with these cabs?
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#2
A friend of mine was trying to sell me his 412 h&k vortex cab for 250 and it sounded great, it had celestion rock drivers i think. Great for 250 imo.
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#3
they do have some cheaper amps, so you'd want to try to determine the model...
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