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Hughes & Kettner TubeMeister TM112
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Hughes & Kettner TubeMeister TM112

1x12 Guitar Cabinet from Hughes & Kettner belonging to the TubeMeister series.

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EddyTheEadEddyTheEad

Very good cab for even more home !!!

Hughes & Kettner TubeMeister TM112Published on 11/14/14 at 02:32
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I just bought this HP to go with my head Hughes & Kettner Grandmeister 36. I've owned a lot of heads before (JCM800, Peavey 6505 + Orange ORH15 and Jim Root and finally Engl Fireball). The merit of these little heads is more to do when you do not play on stages such as Bercy (even if it goes through a mixer ...). So I also owned several HP (4x12 Marshall 1960v, Orange and finally that if PPC212C) and as you can see I have not ceased to descend Gabarie. And much good me because let's be realistic; no need to send the puree at home if you stick to eased between members of the same family and your ears as incidental relations. So I can play at low volume by losing less frequency and...…
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I just bought this HP to go with my head Hughes & Kettner Grandmeister 36. I've owned a lot of heads before (JCM800, Peavey 6505 + Orange ORH15 and Jim Root and finally Engl Fireball). The merit of these little heads is more to do when you do not play on stages such as Bercy (even if it goes through a mixer ...). So I also owned several HP (4x12 Marshall 1960v, Orange and finally that if PPC212C) and as you can see I have not ceased to descend Gabarie. And much good me because let's be realistic; no need to send the puree at home if you stick to eased between members of the same family and your ears as incidental relations. So I can play at low volume by losing less frequency and definition with a 2x12. The two together sound even better. It made me a little scared at first because it is less wide than Marshall or Orange wood level but in fact it makes it even more lightweight and easy to carry.
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beber1301beber1301

Does its job

Hughes & Kettner TubeMeister TM112Published on 12/15/13 at 09:27
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Hi regarding the CAB, I use only at home. He does what is asked of him and more because if you put a little Watt sounds. I recommend it for concerts in small spaces such as bars. This cab seems to be well finished and sturdy. Basically it responds well.
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  • Manufacturer: Hughes & Kettner
  • Model: TubeMeister TM112
  • Series: TubeMeister
  • Category: 1x12 Guitar Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 11/01/2011

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