#1
im thinking of getting a gk 400rb head, along with a back line cab (cuz im poor )

and i decided to read the manual to see if the cab would work well with it, and i want the gk growl, and it said that woofer cabs were better for this?? and i am now really confused, it also said horn amps were bad for this, but all fo the back line and artist cabs have a horn driver :S:S waht would be the cheapest and best cab for this?? i was looking at the
Gallien-Krueger 115 BLX

would this work with it? i know its not the best, but all i can afford

ty vm
#2
Yeah that cab would work fine.
And 15inch speakers are perfect for a growly bassy tone IMO


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#3
tyvm , (im a duff mckagian wanna be) ... ima upgrade to a 4speaker cab in a few yeras so like, its only temporary
#4
Woofer cab? Horn amps? Do you know what you're talking about?

Your amp doesn't appear to have that stupid tweeter/woofer bi-amp system, and I'm not sure if it applies. Not only that, it appears that the 115BLX does NOT have a tweeter.

Even then, manual settings are stupid. My EQ blogs are not.
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#5
im a amp noob, but a guitar and bass geek.. odd, but ty.. and what you mean buy..

"even then the manual settings are stupid" ??
#6
Usually the 'example settings' they give you in manuals are crap. They're usually exaggerated considerably and made to sound drastic, so noobs and folks who don't know how EQing works think "wow, this is distinct and therefore what I'm looking for".
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#7
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To keep this post relevant, woofers simply refer to your standard bass speaker. There are, on the other hand, horn (and/or tweeter) cabinets that simply consist of a box of smaller speakers (Circa 2inch IIRC?). Most standard cabinets will have a high frequency driver (Horn/Tweeter) to help accentuate the frequencies that may be otherwise lost/overpowered by the main woofers.
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