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Mesa Boogie 210 cab

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Tyme, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. Tyme


    Oct 18, 2006
    Springfield, MA
    I just picked up a Mesa Boogie 210 cab last night, I couldn't pass this up for $60. I can't seem to find anything on the web with regards to this cab, which I though was odd. I do know that it is a 300 watt, 8ohm cab and that's it. Could anyone provide any more info on this cab? Any experiences, reviews, value...etc.

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  2. Looks like the old Deisel model (similar to the old road ready cabs except for the "roadcase").

    *Most* were loaded with EV speakers (two 16 ohm wired in parallel).

    I have a RR2X10 and love it - great punch and mid definition.

    P.S. - if it is functional, $60 is an absolute steal
  3. Those Electro Voice speakers are very good
  4. klejst


    Oct 5, 2010
    As Bass_Pounder mentioned it is indeed one of the older Deisel model 2x10 cabs. Perhaps Google "Mesa/Boogie Diesel 2x10 cabinet" or something along those lines. I had to recheck that price you mentioned too, if everyone works as it should you my man found a hell of a steal deal on that one!
  5. Tyme


    Oct 18, 2006
    Springfield, MA
    Thanks guys. I'll include "diesel" in my search. Yes, everything works as it should!
  6. solidmaui78


    May 30, 2011
    I have this cab and its great... I use a SWR SM-500 with it and love the tones that i get from this combo. Good find
  7. Alex1984


    Jan 16, 2010
    That doesn't really look like EVs from this picture, are the cones glittery? Have you looked at the basket?
  8. Looks like the BP102 derived ones in my SWR. Rock it out. Don't send it too much sub 80Hz.
  9. murphy


    May 5, 2004
    Toronto, Canada
    I too had this cab for a while.Great tone... Basis speakers, I think
    I'll have to look for my old literature
    heavy sucka
    The horn (Eden?)Didn't seem to like my GK800RB I had at the time, so kept my Hartke 410XL which worked better with that head, although I think the head was faulty as it turned out!

    Tolex tore very easily, which is why I prefer rat fur :bag:


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