#1
First of all is Ashdown any good in terms of reliability and sound, Second of all if it is good would you suggest these two together http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ashdown-MAG-410T-4X10-Deep-Bass-Cabinet-with-Tweeter?sku=605032 and http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ashdown-MAG-600H-Bass-Amp-Head-?sku=480429
And third of all thank you for your opinions.
#2
I've heard a lot of good stuff about Ashdown. I'm pretty sure you'll need a cab with more wattage....and it would be cheaper to buy a 507w combo instead....


EDIT: Never mind, the combos only go to 307
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#3
Those are great but if you can afford it, buy the 8x10 cab. It has the most amazing lows. And make sure you have something to move it with.
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#6
Ashdown makes nice and high-quality amps. If you're going to get the MAG600H and the 4x10 cab it would be wise to get the MAG 1x15 cab also to utilize the 575 watt RMS. If you're gonna get just the 4x10 cab, the MAG300H is the recommended head for it because the MAG300H has a 307W RMS.
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