Im playing a small coffee house gig this weekend, do you guys think this we'll be loud enough? Yes, this thread gave me a chance to show off my newly acquired Shroeders (1210 and 1212) and Whappo Jr, but my main purpose was to tell all about this new company Apostle Enclosures. They are a Christian-based manufacturer that provides cabinets for guitar and bass. Check out the site Apostleenclosures.com. I've only had a few runs at the cab myself, but so far it's a pretty handy stand alone cab. Im going to be on vacation from the 1st of the year until the 22nd (without a bass, amp, cab, guitar....nada), so my reviews will have to be put on hold until then. One thing I can say is Bradley at Apostle Enclosures is a great guy and would be pleased to answer any questions. The cab is a heavy 2x10, but packs a lot of punch. Sorry, for the tease of not having a review and only showing the cab. Actually (new thought), because of that I will say a little bit about the enclosure - One thing is is less colored to my ears then my old Bergie HT 2x10. The Bergie definitely had more boom and bass response. This cab has a lot of mids and is punchy for a funky bassist. Lots of volume on this bad boy, but those Shroeders just take the cake in my mind. Please dont attack me due to the poor review. I really didnt have enough time for this cab or any cab becasue Im in an apartment right now. Ive only heard it pushed in three places and once with a full band. The cab did cut through the band and I am more than moderately impressed with the design (whatever that means). Looks cool doesn't it?