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Marshall MF280 as a bass cab?

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by LECBass, Jan 31, 2014.

  1. LECBass

    LECBass

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    Hi,

    i'm pretty new to bass but it has come time that I get my own rig with which i can record and/or play shows.

    I'm limited financially somewhat, but I found this cab for 300 and I was wondering if I could use this as a bass cab. Or you guys could reccommend another half-stack that's decent for around maybe 600-700?

    thanks!
  2. Metalway

    Metalway

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    The MF280 is a guitar cab, so personaly I would not play bass through this one. Try to find a used Marshall VBC412 the price should be within your budget and it sounds amazing.
  3. Primakurtz

    Primakurtz Registered Nihilist Supporting Member

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    Great guitar cab, but the Celestion V30 speakers in there are lousy for bass. You should be able to find a very good used bass cabinet within your price range.

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