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Gallien Krueger 410RBH
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Bass Guitar Combo Amp from Gallien Krueger belonging to the RBH series.

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  • Here we are in the high end.

    Gallien Krueger 410RBHPublished on 06/25/12 at 13:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I had the chance to play on a Parisian stage for the celebration of the music that was this great big loudspeaker. I have connected my head Orange Terror Bass and I must say I won ... if not seduced!

    The cabinet is sturdy but heavy 45 Kg still, coated with black carpet (sober) a fine grid in front of Tolex. It's tough. The wheels it is seen, the retractable handles it worse. It hurts his finger and it goes beyond the box. The New Hp seem sturdy and respond very well!

    For the volume it sends 800 Watts nothing to fear and the sound spectrum is very broad if not huge. For once I did not have 5 strings but only four vents but bring a lot of bass so I do not doubt that cash and restores......
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    I had the chance to play on a Parisian stage for the celebration of the music that was this great big loudspeaker. I have connected my head Orange Terror Bass and I must say I won ... if not seduced!

    The cabinet is sturdy but heavy 45 Kg still, coated with black carpet (sober) a fine grid in front of Tolex. It's tough. The wheels it is seen, the retractable handles it worse. It hurts his finger and it goes beyond the box. The New Hp seem sturdy and respond very well!

    For the volume it sends 800 Watts nothing to fear and the sound spectrum is very broad if not huge. For once I did not have 5 strings but only four vents but bring a lot of bass so I do not doubt that cash and restores dignity of sub-bass.

    Most reports from many of the tweeter 4x10 are very good bill that does not whistle for nothing and that is more adjustable vents that bring big bass profondent well.

    UTILIZATION

    Most reports from many of the tweeter 4x10 are very good bill that does not whistle for nothing and that is more adjustable vents that bring big bass profondent well.

    SOUNDS

    The sound was very good, I recognized the sound of my head right away even if I had the impression that the bass was more swollen than usual. I have tested it on the big rock (cover AC / DC) but it is very versatile and allows all or nearly all.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Personally I just tested on a one hour set and I loved it!
    The guitarists have come to congratulate me on my sound ... pfffff that's good!
    1000E still in nine chance but it's a bargain.

    Attention, it is very heavy and bulky and shape does not facilitate the transport!
    Mark Bass is a similar model with vent at the same price but only 30 Kg. I have not tested but for many the weight and size are important criteria.
    I am one of those, so I invested in a TecAmp M212 (20 Kg), it is also as German Gallien Kruger.
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