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Gallien Krueger 210RBH
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Bass Guitar Speaker from Gallien Krueger belonging to the RBH series.

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  • titibassetitibasse

    a little-known speaker

    Gallien Krueger 210RBHPublished on 03/08/11 at 12:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I wanted a 2x10 inch speaker performance is generous and I came across THE CABINET! I was there at the beginning of neodyum tempted by the weight and I had the 2x10 TC ELECTRONIC but between the event at the back which distorts everything when we're back to a wall and zero returns despite the manufacturer's data, I quickly changed! I had a hugh § 15p Ketner very good, not bad but Hartke 4x10 cumbersome. So I wanted to return to eden 2x10 that I had to really had me ready and more! and then I try this jewelry!
    its performance is simply exeptional and knowing that the 3db difference is trduise twice more power restored and well there you are served! it's simple with my old 2X10 tc electronic…
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    I wanted a 2x10 inch speaker performance is generous and I came across THE CABINET! I was there at the beginning of neodyum tempted by the weight and I had the 2x10 TC ELECTRONIC but between the event at the back which distorts everything when we're back to a wall and zero returns despite the manufacturer's data, I quickly changed! I had a hugh § 15p Ketner very good, not bad but Hartke 4x10 cumbersome. So I wanted to return to eden 2x10 that I had to really had me ready and more! and then I try this jewelry!
    its performance is simply exeptional and knowing that the 3db difference is trduise twice more power restored and well there you are served! it's simple with my old 2X10 tc electronics I played with my amp to 4 / 5, with the baffle there I play at 2! So your amp less power and you gain power in the end.


    SOUNDS

    Sound? hahahaha! .... It's simple, it's a wonder ...!!
    I do not understand why such a baffle that potato, and the sound that is at least equal to more expensive models is not known.
    the seller who I ordered the attempted coup and has put his gear in a trial because it was conquered and it is a bass player!
    the sound is neutral, like a 15 inch deep (and y'knoow!) round and slamming as you want either with your fingers or with the amp.
    It does not distort the sound and repect all your whims even the most deep and serious are usually the domain of big bowls.
    y 'hell of a punch, and while he respects all cash
    more you can tilt it and if you have an amp biamplifier it allows bi-amping as the head of the same mark but even without that it is a normal cabinet that is perfect
    I am captivated by the baffle and referrer that choice. "

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it for over a year and repeating as outside it is very present and clear, round and pleasing to the ear
    I was not hurt and it's the best speaker I have had compared to the tc electronic, ampeg, marshall, Yorkville, Peavey, Fender, nemesis, eden, h § kettner.
    value for money is more than corect because even if it seems expensive face equivalent (on paper) it saves you from making concessions because it's has nothing to envy to 15 inches and plus it gives you twice more power by keeping your current amp!
    in short, you saved a 15p become unnecessary and an amp for more power ..
    I would do so this election!
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