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Nameofsound 2x12 Black Warrior Horizontal
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Chatharon Chatharon
Publié le 04/20/08 à 23:25
Value For Money : Excellent
I use it to replace a 4x12 mesa correct (which, however, silent trs good) for the following reasons:

- On one plays scnes o trs prs of his amp without being able to over-lift (as is often the case), I got along poorly (in his feet). With NOS, thanks its inclined (a not seen the pictures but all the bowls are tilted commae the grid), I have this problem. Indeed, playing close to the speaker, the distribution is much better than the mesa just by putting the NOS in a chair.
- The weight of the mesa 4x12: a ring, but it's heavy, especially when it is moving every week. For this, the 2x12 is the top.

OUR quality is at the top. The cabinet is very well done. Besides the cost and trs good advice Grard, finishing the card, trs good value quality price (a mesa 2x12 is a bit more expensive), I do it again this hsiter choices. Moreover, I intend to recommend a different future (the same or XL, looks as pretty).

In conclusion, go ahead with eyes closed, you will not regret it.
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