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10 & 12s versus 15s for warm sound?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by bassplayer48, May 3, 2006.

  1. Hi Guys,
    i'm after some advice i have a trace elliottt combo which has a 10 inch in an enclosed bin type arrangement it sounds punchy but not enough warmth and bottom end.

    I can add another cab it has another speaker jack which will run another at 8 ohms so the amp would be running at 4 ohms.

    I can also unplus the internal speaker and run 2 8 ohm cabs or a 4 ohm cab.

    Any advice on speaker size, brands and setups would be appreciated. I play an active fendr p bass us made circa 1980 and after a nice warm typical p bass sound for palying blues.
  2. You'd do fine with either a single 12 or a single 15 for a warm blues sound. I don't know how powerful your combo is, but a 12 is going to give you a tighter response, generally, while a 15 will give you a bigger boom, if that's what you're looking for.
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