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Warwick Hellborg Big Cab 215
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Warwick Hellborg Big Cab 215

Bass Guitar Speaker from Warwick belonging to the Hellborg series.

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Warwick Hellborg Big Cab 215Published on 06/16/09 at 08:16
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It is a 2x15 "with 2 hills, 1 coaxial and horizontally mounted bass reflex (with 4 events, 2 up top and 2 below). This is the model set up with Jonas Hellborg. He collects 500 wtts RMS 4 ohms, has the format of a 6x10 Ampeg or other, weighing much less. I was looking for a quality speaker mounted behind my head for Gibson GB 440.

SOUNDS

The coax is surprising because it reproduces the treble with the same dynamics as the bass, and whatever the distance to the baffle. The bass reflex plays a role, ie to shake your jeans. The sound is very transparent, very loyal. It does absolutely not naturally saturated, which caused me to review all the settings on my pedals (distortion, fuzz,......
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It is a 2x15 "with 2 hills, 1 coaxial and horizontally mounted bass reflex (with 4 events, 2 up top and 2 below). This is the model set up with Jonas Hellborg. He collects 500 wtts RMS 4 ohms, has the format of a 6x10 Ampeg or other, weighing much less. I was looking for a quality speaker mounted behind my head for Gibson GB 440.

SOUNDS

The coax is surprising because it reproduces the treble with the same dynamics as the bass, and whatever the distance to the baffle. The bass reflex plays a role, ie to shake your jeans. The sound is very transparent, very loyal. It does absolutely not naturally saturated, which caused me to review all the settings on my pedals (distortion, fuzz, Microbass synthetizer). It's quite surprising at first, then we really appreciate it. on the other hand, someone else playing on your config. will have trouble finding his sound at first, because it absolutely does not color the sound.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it 6 months. I like its light for a refrigerator of this size. It is quite expensive but well made. I like the least accessibility difficult for HP, especially since I have tightened the screws holding the loudspeakers, they vibrated a bit after transport. I tried a 8x10 ampeg, but the sound is too rock 'n roll and a bit dull compared to what speaker. And then there are 25 kgs more!
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  • Manufacturer: Warwick
  • Model: Hellborg Big Cab 215
  • Series: Hellborg
  • Category: Bass Guitar Speakers
  • Added in our database on: 01/17/2014

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