Do you beleive that love is blind? What is blind love? Surely there are many people who could give their own account of this, but none can match this one. Once upon a time (5 days ago) I FINALLY bit the bullet and ordered an Epifani ultralight 410 from The Bassplayer in Annandale, Sydney, which is about 2 hours from where I live. I called, I aked, I got a kickass deal. One thing though... I had never tried out this cabinet, meaning, I was buying blindly. I had fiddled with an Epifani 310 at my teachers house for a bit, and yeah, it sounded amazing, but nothing could prepare me for what was in store for me here. So I got home, after having done an all nighter at uni, and the whole day after that, noticed that the delivery man had graced my home with his presence for about 5 minutes, leaving behind a big cardbboard box, unpacked it, plugged it in, and HOLY CRAPPAMOLY!!!!! I was blown away with the sweet sounds of MY BASS!!! I could here everything that was supposed to be there. So sweet was the sound. Punchy, yet smooth, the tweeter is bloody amazing, I can't stress that enough, and man does it look good. 20 minutes later I was in love, and me and my new sweetheart were on our way to Luna Park to play for 500 people. Plugged it in once again, turned up, and the sweet sounds of my bass penetrated every little nook and cranny of this rather large room. One of the sound guys told me how my sound coming out of my cabinet was still punchy upstairs on a different level!!! Man does this thing crank out the volume. The big crunch time came when I plugged my 6 strinng in. I was so nervous. I had played and fiddeled around for a bit before the gig, but nothing could prepare me. The first song we played in that set started with a low C. OH, MY, GOD!!! Ok, the lowest notes of the B string might not be as powerful as some a little higer, but jeez, they are there in full force. And the punch, oh the punch. So punchy. Punch punch punch punch punch. Punch. My previous cabinet would fart like Dad at any mention of my 6 string bass (such a huge sound no matter where I play on the neck) and as a result it eventually ripped the speaker cone right out of the basket. This is the reason I got the Epifani. I figured, well, I need a new cab right this very instant, why not go all out? Well, now that all (not quite all, but the major ones) my gear issued are sorted, I have no idea what I am going to do with myself. Or my money for that matter. I guess I'll just have to concentrate on getting better . I can honestly say I never been happier with my gear (except my basses) and that I'll bee using this one for a long time yet. Oh, and did I mnetion this thing is damn light? No more back pain at gigs!!!!!! So yeah, go check out Epifani if you haven't already.