Cabinet quandary

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by dirtrider, Jul 13, 2003.

  1. dirtrider

    dirtrider Inactive

    So I got myself an Avatar 2x12 cab to go with my SVT3 Pro. Now I'm thinking I want another cab to give a little more punch to the highs.

    Now, I'm leaning towards a 2x10 because I don't want to haul around a 2x12 and a 4x10 cab. Only thing is, will this give me the results I'm looking for? Any of you running a 2x12 and a 2x10? If so, does it work well, or should I just say goodbye to my back and get the 4x10?

    Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  2. Petebass


    Dec 22, 2002
    QLD Australia
    I've been known to swap between a 2x10 and a 4x10 for mids and highs. The biggest difference is the volume. With the 4x10 sitting on top, I can get into that rediculously loud arena where you're overpowering PA systems and upsetting everybody. The 2x10 doesn't go quite as loud but works better in most gig situations.

    Disclaimer, I use a 15 for bottoms, not a 2x12. But the theory is the same - one speaker for lows, another for everything else. It's a tried and true formula and you should get good results.