- Amps [BG]
|KainanShank ||09-26-2013 02:35 AM |
Need some help getting a speaker replaced
I bought a Fender Rumble 410 cab used from Guitar Center online. When it got to my house, I plugged it in and played for a minute. I thought it sounded pretty good until I turned up the volume and noticed that one of the speakers is blown. After talking to some different people about the "Pro Coverage" I bought with my amp, I've decided to take matters into my own hands and replace the darn thing myself. The only problem with that is I don't know what speaker to buy to replace it with. I'm guessing someone on this site can help me, and I'd greatly appreciate it :) Sorry if this was too long, but this is the first time I've been on this website for over a year and a half and I don't think I ever posted anything before anyways. http://www.fender.com/series/rumble/...eaker-cabinet/
My suggestion is to pull one of the speakers and write down the fender part number, then go shopping. I wouldn't buy a non-matching speaker.
I'd like to hear more about this "Pro Coverage" you bought with the amp, and why it didn't help here.
|KainanShank ||09-26-2013 03:02 AM |
The pro coverage was going to refund me for the price of the used cab and not the shipping, tax, and pro coverage, which was a little over $80. I'd be without an amp and down $80 when my first objective was to get something cheaper. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fender-Bass-...-/130971240511
there are four of these speakers in the cab but I don't know where I could buy them. It's sold out on Ebay, but it helped me get the part number.
I've got a hunch that there are more around. And I'd still pull MY speaker and take the number from that. You'll have to pull the blown one anyway.
|Downunderwonder ||09-26-2013 06:28 AM |
Tell GC you want a replacement driver, they'll be ahead by shipping you that instead of shipping the cab back to them.
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