#1
Anyone played through these? I'm looking at building a 4 x 12 cab to go with a tube amp that I'd be able to play both blues and some higher gain shtuff through. Most likely an Engl Blackmore, but I might just get two heads. Anyway. Any opinions?
Quote by Powerhouse
I was in a nu-metal band when I was 15. I hated the top 3 strings (G,B, and E). I wondered why guitars even had them.
#2
I looked at those when I was building a cab this summer. It's got lots of bass response, if I recall correctly, and sounded kind of muddy. I didn't like it.
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#3
Quote by drewsta42
I looked at those when I was building a cab this summer. It's got lots of bass response, if I recall correctly, and sounded kind of muddy. I didn't like it.

Gross. Loose bass response is the biggest problem I find with things. What did you end up getting for your project?
Quote by Powerhouse
I was in a nu-metal band when I was 15. I hated the top 3 strings (G,B, and E). I wondered why guitars even had them.
#4
ska-doosh. looking for a little more input.
Quote by Powerhouse
I was in a nu-metal band when I was 15. I hated the top 3 strings (G,B, and E). I wondered why guitars even had them.
#5
check out the eminence texas heats
good for bluesy stuff and higher gain.
lotsa bass, but i ddidnt find it muddy.
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