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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by REV, Apr 11, 2018.
Does anyone know if all Eden cabinets are made in USA? Are they all made of plywood?
EDEN is back? Didn't Eden get bought a while ago then resurfaced as DNA or something? If they are back then that's great. I loved the 410XLT I had. Hopefully someone will answer your question
Eden was bought by another company and makes a whole range of products...
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David Nordscow of Eden (original)makes DNA amps....
I do not know where any of that gear is made now
From the Eden website it looks like they're making the same stuff they made way back then. The only new stuff looks like the Terra Nova stuff
But where is this all made? Where is the factory?...Who owns Eden....and I never see them in stores anymore
Ok...so they are owned by Marshall
And it says their D series cabs are handcrafted in UK...and drivers built in the USA
All I know is they sound pretty good.
Had a provided backline Eden 4x10 with their WT800 head. Their tech had us soundcheck and cranked it Pretty Loud(louder than I would've on my gear). I backed it down a touch when I saw the limiter come on during hard playing. Thanks to these folks at LD Systems Professional Audio Video and Lighting Services and the folks at HLSR !!!
DNA is all made here. Amps are made in Illinois while the cabs are made in Ohio I believe.
Could be Iowa, I always forget and mix the two up. I'll have to check an invoice.
Don't hesitate on Eden cabs. They are as good as anything out there. I have a 2x12 XST now, and had a 410T and 4x10 XLT. Gold standard back line for the Tonight Show.
I played a recent Eden 212. It was made in KY. Seems to be plywood. How to tell?
"All Eden enclosures are constructed with 5/8" thick void free plywood with full dado and rabbet jointing."
Cabs are now made in the Marshall factory in the UK.
The D series are at least. Good stuff.
I recently bought one of their new 112 cabs but have not had a chance to gig it yet.
I don’t recall. I need to try it out again. It was a few months ago. I’ve been down with a bad back waiting for surgery. I’ll check it out again this weekend.
I rock two of the Eden D210XLTs in a vertical stack. Its the best rig I have owned so far.
I owned an old 115xlt and it had a lovely growl. I use an eden D212XLT and love it. It’s heavy but had no issues taking a tumble down a few steps when my bandmate forgot about the castors...
As far as new stuff-no idea. Would be nice if they made them now without carpet.
That sounds like a badass rig, would love to hear that!
I have one of the older D-210T (along with a D-115 and a D-115T) and the clean deep low end you can get from that 2x10" is off the hook!