This cab is light and could handle quite a good power. It's a quite all-round gear because:
- you can choose between 4 and 8 ohms,
- you can lower or cut the horn,
- the 12" speaker is half-paper/half-aluminum so it doesn't deliver the typical Hartke sound that doesn't suits some music styles.
But if you want a particular sound for a precise music style, it may not fit your needs.
In our band, we mainly play 90's rock covers, I use a MIM Fender-P and this cab sounds well enough to ours ears. It goes very well with my Taurus Qube, together they deliver low ends with a clear sound.
Of course, it's not on of the best gear you can find but it sounds well and loud enough for my small rock gigs. I've finally reach a good rock sound I was looking for.
Hartke Hydrive Hx112