2020 has been a suck-type of year. But earlier this year I "Made My Sound Great Again". I bought the LoPhat AF115 w/a 15" Faital Neo(1,000 Watts), 6.5 Failtal Mid & a Faital Tweeter. Also it features 2 attuenators, one for the mid & one for the tweeter. The size is 23 1/2" HT,, 23" Wide & 17 7/16" Deep. Inside you'll find thick cooper cable with the biggest crossover that I've seen in a cabinet. It has all quality components inside & out. Now about the sound. It truly lives up to it's name .....LOPHAT because it is Phat. The bottom is massive, the mids are cutting & the highs are smooth to glassy hi-fi sheen. It's easy to get a sound but after working with it I found there's many sounds to achieve. It's sort of like Marcus Miller. He uses the same bass for most of his songs but it sounds different between tracks. Everything from Anthony Jackson Phat & cutting to Marcus to whatever your imagination can dial in. I was using an Eden 4x10 XLT that was just barely cutting my Bassmods 5 string. A loud drummer was louder than my cab because everytime I hit the B string it would Phart out. But when I brought in the LoPhat I filled up the room with solid B-A-S-S,. Plus the Eden is 95 lbs, where as the LoPhat is 58 lbs, puts out more Bass, Mids & Highs and it's smaller, lighter & sexier...... I had tried the previous version when I was gigging in L.A. The owner & designer Paul Tidwell was introduced to me thru a friend (KT Tyler). Paul brought the cab to 2 of my gigs at House Of Blues in Hollywood & then a taped rehearsal. It cut thru everytime. I got mass compliments & my playing felt like I controlled the musical conversation. I'm currently using the amazing Genzler Megallen 800,. So imagine my best sound all at 65 lbs because my Genzler is 6 lbs. Speaking about earlier I was attending NAMM in 2014 & got a chance to hear all the top cabs out there like Schroeder, Wayne Jones, Epifani, EBS, Bag End, Mesa Boogie & Accugroove. If I was to compare I would say the sound is close to Schroeder & Accugroove. Like the Schroeder it has a unique design but Paul improved the typical design by using 2 attuenators (mid & highs) & put them on the side so you can hear while you adjust. SMART DESIGN.... Also I like the Faital sound, power-handling & quality over B&C speakers used in Schroeder. The separation in sound reminds me a lot of Accugroove. The sound is very focused, clear & a lot more highs especially when pushing the AF115 & I have tons of options w/the sound. Now put all that in 58 lbs, it's a 3-way cab & it makes it the perfect cab hands down. Sound, light-weight & looks... I'm talking to Paul about the 2-08 3-way (45 lbs) as an add-on for larger large venues. But for now the AF115 is kicking butt.... Thanks Paul Tidwell for putting out an amazing product & not compromising on quality components.