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|ewingman8 ||01-26-2013 12:33 PM |
Cab to go with MarkBass CMD 102p combo
I've had my Markbass CMD 102p combo for a while now and i was thinking about adding an external cab. I've recently started playing a five string and i use an octave pedal sometimes so i was thinking of something that would handle the low end a little better then just the 2x10 from the combo. Maybe a 1x15? Never bought a separate cab before so all opinions on size or brand are appreciated. Thanks!
|RickenBoogie ||01-26-2013 04:55 PM |
A 1x15 will not be lower than a 2x10, though they *can*. It's not the size of the spkr that counts. In your case, the ideal ext cab would be a matched MB 2x10. Using matched cabs creates coupling, which will provide more low end, as well as more volume, given the same power from your amp.
|TN WOODMAN ||01-26-2013 05:07 PM |
I'm with the majority (as you'll see) on this one-get a Markbass 210. 1st and only choice.
I prefer 15s myself. I tried and liked the CMD 102p but chose the Jeff Berlin combo and plan to add the NY151 cab to fully unleash the beast.
|domdec314 ||01-26-2013 06:12 PM |
If low end is your concern, I'd specifically get the Standard 102HF. That and the 102P combo would be a kickass rig. The Traveler 102P is good but doesn't push as much low end.
|joelb79 ||01-26-2013 06:34 PM |
Originally Posted by domdec314
If low end is your concern, I'd specifically get the Standard 102HF.
+1. This is the best cabinet to combine with your combo for the "coupling" effect of two cabinets are they are identical in drivers and port area.
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