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fender rumble 4x10 cab

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by himluis1, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. himluis1

    himluis1

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    please anybody if u own this cab can u tell me pros and cons good or bad ??? im thinking about buying it Thanks !!!
  2. DWBass

    DWBass The Funkfather Supporting Member

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    I hear it's a decent cab. Lack of speakons put me off or I may have bought one.
  3. rockscott

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    I have the rumble 410, i like it. Im using a rumble 150 head. Its not easy to lug around @ 75 lbs, but its sounds good, lots of deep bottom!
  4. himluis1

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    if the cab is 500 watts at 4 ohms van i use it with another head right ??? im thinking about combining the cab with a peavey tour 450 head
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    Not a big Fender fan, but a 4-ohm 4x10 is the ticket. You should consider an Ampeg PF500 head, but the Tour 450 isn't bad.
  6. BassSurfer

    BassSurfer Supporting Member

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    The lack of speakons should not be a problem for anyone. If it is, just simply buy an adapter from Musicians Friend, Ebay, or anywhere else. This cabinet sounds amazing! I am about to pick one up later on today!
  7. himluis1

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    im thinking of fender 350 head + 4x10 cab should be good enough for church n mid size gigs wich is what i play !!! i dont know why fender bass amps dont get much love,on TB
  8. tgriley62

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    Because all the love is reserved for Fender bass guitars!
  9. himluis1

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    yes i have two and cant complaint but i think their amps are good and reliable , they are not cheap ... thats my opinion !!!
  10. metermech

    metermech SMOOVE ONE Supporting Member

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    I have a rumble 410 that I keep at church. I use it with a crown xls 1000/bmax pre or eden wtdi/behringer inuke and I think it does fine. I don't have pa support and it keeps up with a paino and medium loud drummer. for the price I couldn't pass it up. I got it for 179.00 used but not damaged at all and it has casters. Seems to me a bit mid rangey for me but it can be tamed.
  11. ERIC31

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    After reading the various threads on this cabinet, I'm sold! Definitely going to buy one after I get my tax money back. It will fit my needs perfectly. (I'll be running a GK Backline 600 head with it (300 watts) Thanks for all the input everyone!

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