#1
The PPC212-OB. If so, tell me how it sounds, I play a lot of small club gigs and want an open back cabinet that is versatile, spreads the sound around, and has balls. I play on a Marshall JTM600 head. A lot of reggae and medium gain rock. A little 311 sounding. How do these cab's hold up? Good tone?
- Paul Reed Smith Custom 24
- Fender USA Strat
- Orange Rockerverb 50 Head
- Orange PPC-212OB Cab
- Marshall JTM600 Head
- Marshall JTM410 Cab
#2
they are great.
Jumping on dat gear sig train.
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#4
I suggest against open back cabs too. But I'm not playing stadiums. A closed back cab will have the best tone, but I need something that will have good tone AND fill the room, and not be so damn directional as a closed back cab. I run an old Marshall 1936 2x12 cab. Closed back. Sounds great to me. But the audience has trouble hearing me unless they are right in front of me.
- Paul Reed Smith Custom 24
- Fender USA Strat
- Orange Rockerverb 50 Head
- Orange PPC-212OB Cab
- Marshall JTM600 Head
- Marshall JTM410 Cab
#5
Go for the Orange then. They're extremely high quality cabs. TBH I find I like open back 2X12s better when playing with lower gain tones.
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