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Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by rolleharris, Mar 2, 2006.
Anyone who knows something about it??
hot pink and electric blue? looks like it came out of the 80's lol
its a gallien krueger cab, thats all i can tell you
I saw a GK like that--the neon stripes and lettering--in Midwest Buy and Sell (Chicago) mid-last year that was a 4x12. Huge sound... heavy beast, too. Can't tell you any more than that. You should email Gene or Dan at GK, they would be able to tell you more.
I have played thru one of those. My friend has one. It's an old (late 80's) GK 4x10. It's pretty compact for a 4x10 and sounds ok (pretty mid-rangy). It does not go real low from what I recall (good for 4 string in standard tuning, but not drop tunings or 5 stringers...).
Wow, its a rack mounted metal cab. Huh...
Maybe this one pictured above it a 4x12, not sure. THe one have I played that looked like this was a 4x10...
rackmount cab. interesting. cheap way to a road case3? i dunno.
as far as the drivers, assuming from the poweramp above it that it is a 19" rack, those drivers cant be more than 8" to my eyes. Of course, if it is a 26 inch rack wideth, they could be 10's i guess.
my call is a GK 4x8 put out in the cheesy 80's, some time while i was trying to grow my tail longer and wearing my members only jacket. My god, the 80's.
Looks like a 4x10 rackmountable cab from the 80's. Thats all I can say about that!
I actually owned the 115 combo and extension cab from that short lived GK line back in the 80's... I believe it was called the 1200 series. I had begun my search that continues to this day for the best sounding small, light gear around. While that series was not well received (the amp section was a slight modification of the old 400 series amp), it was quite small, loud and light for its time. The cabs had a nice tilt back mechanism on the bottom and were 'interesting' for their time.