There is a lot of folks who will say the 410hlf is a boomy cab or that it's bad in a mix, but it's probably one of the most used 410s out there and is a great cab.
With that being said it depends on what you want from the cab. I have owned the pf210he cab and absolutely loathed it. The power handling was poor and it had a very baked in tone.
If you are looking at the PF line tho I think the PF 410hlf is worth a mention.
Again tho this is dependent on your tonal goals. The gents above me differ on what we think of the SVT 410hlf. I love it, it's a beast of a cab and you can make light of many a guitar player with it. It is designed for a specific purpose though.
If you are looking for a more midrange sounding cab that doesn't produce big deep low end then stay away from it.
The PF 410 to me is a great inbetween. I couldn't stand the pf210, but I really like the PF 410 and I love SVT 410hlf's. I have owned and gigged all three of these cabs. They are all great for what they were built for. Play each of them and decide which one is right for you.
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