I recently posted a while ago asking what I could do to go louder and how NOT to blow out my amp. Everyone is always really helpful
I'm taking the advice from several people that I need to double whatever my guitarist has. We have two guitar players and we are playing LOUD metal. It's not my taste in music, but everyone in this small town in Arizona seems to just love it. I admit that I love to at least be a part of something.
However, I'm relocation to a (hopefully) Vegas for a new music scene to meet up with musicians who prefer all different genres of music.
ANYWAYS, many people suggested that I double the amount of speakers that my guitarist has. I have two at the moment, so do I need to make up for him as well? I have a custom cab with a Hartke HA35000 head. I can't remember the exact name but it's Hartke and it has 350 watts. I was looking into the cabs for Hartke and it seems like it's not a lot better than Behringer which is NOT a good thing. Though the price is low for these suckers, I would want something that has a lot of power and tone. I'm all about tone. Is Hartke good? If so, please tell me your experiences with the use of the cabs. So far, I'm not entirely pleased with the sound I get from my head and how it functions.
I'm looking into Carvin at the moment. I hear that make incredible basses and amps. http://www.carvinguitars.com/bassamps/basscabinets.php
That's the page I'm looking at right now. I'm going with 8 Ohms because of my cab. I want to add onto it without destroying it with 2 Ohms as somebody mentioned. I also intend to later fully upgrade to all Carvin if it's as good as I think it is.
The three questions I have, which everyone always gives me more! I love you guys
1. Should I just upgrade to Hartke 4x10 cab? How do they hold up, and is there a lot of great TONE?
2. Should I get the 2x10 cab from carvin? (BR210-8 Bass Cabinet) OR just jump right into the 4x10 model?