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    Mesa Boogie Powerhouse 2x10Published on 11/13/14 at 07:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Brand and look first.
    600W RMS 8ohm
    I use it almost all the time coupled with the 115 Powerhouse outdoors.
    Head GK MB Fusion 500

    SOUNDS

    The peculiarity of this cab is that it goes very low for the 10 ". With Bazgang (trio rock / boogie) I need a powerful round and plump in sub-bass (jOperation a Stingray 5) I get plus a nervousness that I do not have with his colleague 15 ".

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years.
    I had a lot of Hartke same neodymium and I tried a bit of everything.
    The default is the weight.
    I appreciate dimmensions it is very compact.
    What I like most is the nervousness of the cab even very low in the spectrum. He collects the 5-string wi…
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    Brand and look first.
    600W RMS 8ohm
    I use it almost all the time coupled with the 115 Powerhouse outdoors.
    Head GK MB Fusion 500

    SOUNDS

    The peculiarity of this cab is that it goes very low for the 10 ". With Bazgang (trio rock / boogie) I need a powerful round and plump in sub-bass (jOperation a Stingray 5) I get plus a nervousness that I do not have with his colleague 15 ".

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 2 years.
    I had a lot of Hartke same neodymium and I tried a bit of everything.
    The default is the weight.
    I appreciate dimmensions it is very compact.
    What I like most is the nervousness of the cab even very low in the spectrum. He collects the 5-string without pb. No noise or vibration box m ... it's very solid (but heavy).
    It's expensive but still there the secondhand. For the choice, I reiterate without pb also I might be buying another 410 to work
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