#1
Also 4x10" is fine, though 4x8" would be ideal.

Whatever the price, and whatever the speakers inside it, though better if jensen's or JBL's.
I have this things for speakers found in old fender amps.

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#2
Pretty sure Blackstar makes a 4x8 cab.
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#3
Blackstar
Seismic Audio

4x8 is not a common thing at all
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#5
Seismic's for bass, and I'd rather go for an unloaded one or one with guitar speakers.

Dies any of you guys have a clue how che blackstar is, both sound-wise AMD quality-wise?
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#6
No idea sound wise but I recall it being nice heavy
wood constructed cab.
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#7
Zilla makes anything you'd want. Not sure if they'd do 8", but 10" for sure. Avatar probably does that too.

Orange makes a 410 as mentioned and they sound pretty good in my opinion. I do think it's discontinued. Dr Z makes one as well. Marshall has the 1965A/B cab to cover 410 ground, but I'm not sure wether they still make it. Alternatives are Two Rock, Bogner (only order order IIRC) and Mesa (Lonestar series).
#8
Why 8s specifically?
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#9
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Dies any of you guys have a clue how che blackstar is, both sound-wise AMD quality-wise?


It’s well-reviewed, but I’ve never known of anyone actually buying one. I’ve never even seen one in a store that sells Blackstar gear. As others have pointed out, 4x8 is an oddball cabinet for a guitar player. The whole point of an eight inch guitar speaker is to be small; instead of using four in one cab you might as well buy a nice 2x12.
#10
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Seismic's for bass, and I'd rather go for an unloaded one or one with guitar speakers.

Dies any of you guys have a clue how che blackstar is, both sound-wise AMD quality-wise?

They used to have one that was for guitar/bass on their site
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#11
I think marshall makes a 4x10... or at least they used to.

DR.Z makes a 4x10


kind of topic: Any Reason why someone would use a 4x10 or a 4x8 instead of a 1x12, 2x12" or a 4x12?
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#12
Yeah not knocking your choice at all but I am very curious as to what it is your scheming Luca
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#13
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I think marshall makes a 4x10... or at least they used to.

DR.Z makes a 4x10


kind of topic: Any Reason why someone would use a 4x10 or a 4x8 instead of a 1x12, 2x12" or a 4x12?


It obviously sounds different, so he might be shooting for a different type of sound. Certainly 10" isn't that strange. I personally love 10" speakers for fuzzy tones.

Might be for recording experimentation as well. Lots of great sounds to be had on record with smaller speakers.
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kind of topic: Any Reason why someone would use a 4x10 or a 4x8 instead of a 1x12, 2x12" or a 4x12?


To not sound like twelve inch speakers. That sort of thing probably mattered a lot more prior to the 1990s when everybody decided they wanted a big sound with a kicking low end.
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It obviously sounds different, so he might be shooting for a different type of sound. Certainly 10" isn't that strange. I personally love 10" speakers for fuzzy tones.

Might be for recording experimentation as well. Lots of great sounds to be had on record with smaller speakers.


Btw clean sounds through 4 x 12 are the worst. Sounds like a bass played up an octave, so boomy most of the time. Almost always prefer combo for clean sounds.

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#16
This went a lot better than I expected

Thanks for the suggestions so far.

I'd like a 4x8" cab 'cause I used to use my amp with the 8" speaker found in a definitely less than average quality combo (a randall RG25RXM got for €55) and I liked it better than my 2x12" with v30's for most stuff.

It's not even the speaker type that much, 'cause I liked T75's even less.
Also the 8" one was really low quality.

My problem is, I don't dislike bass that much, and I tend to play fairly loud most of the times, so a single 8" speaker won't really cut it in my head.

Also having something smaller than my 2x12" would be nice for my back...
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