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Fender Rumble 500 Extention Cabinets

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by syndroam, Mar 27, 2015.


  1. 1x15

    3 vote(s)
    15.0%
  2. 1x12

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. 2x10

    17 vote(s)
    85.0%
  4. 4x10

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  1. syndroam

    syndroam

    Sep 30, 2009
    Hellas
    I have the Rumble 500 combo and I am very happy with it. Very nice sound, lightweight.
    I only play small gigs so it is more than enough but I also play in a stoner rock project with a guitarist with face-melting fuzz. So I want a cab to pair it with. When I play my usual gig or practice I will only carry my 16kg combo and for the heavy stuff I'll just have the extra cab waiting in our rehearsal place.

    There are 4 Rumble Cab choices (my combo already has 2x10 in it):
    1x15 > 2x10 + 1x15 very interesting sound.....
    1x12
    2x10 > sums to 4x10
    4x10 > sums to 6x10

    Thoughts please. If you already have a combination please explain.
     
  2. jfn77

    jfn77

    Apr 23, 2013
    Helsinki, Finland
    The 210 cabinet of course. No need to mix driver sizes there. While the 210+115 combination might sound a bit different, the 210+210 is by far the ultimate solution. Use effect pedals or EQ from your bass or your amp to tweak the sound if needed. :)
     
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  3. bssplr

    bssplr

    Nov 15, 2010
    Halifax, Canada
    I am currently using my Rumble 500 with a Traynor 115, works quite well. I only ever plug the 115 in if I have no PA support and the gig is big enough. Just raising the 500 up a couple feet makes it quite a bit louder.
     
  4. It's The Groove

    It's The Groove

    Aug 26, 2014
    US
  5. Smoove-Groove

    Smoove-Groove We've got bush, We've got bush!

    Jun 18, 2013
    Ontario, Canada
    I'm waiting on my 2x10 to arrive to pair with my 500 Combo, so that's what I'm thinking.
     
  6. Big Hoss

    Big Hoss Up note, down note, blue note, brown note...

    2x10 of course.
     

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