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Dr. Bass 1x12" lightweight cab

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NYC area only or possibly Central Coast California.


Selling my never used custom built Dr. Bass. RX 112 with Neodymium speaker upgrade. Purchased it new many years ago when I was in a band, but every gig we played already had a backline. Switched back to guitar and now this cabinet has been sitting idle for many years. Never left the house. Ever.


Cabinet specifications:

300 watts RMS

1x12 w/Tweeter

X-over w/HF level control

50HZ to 20kHZ 99 db 1W1M

4 ohms

15"h x 20.25"w x 15"d

Equipped with heavy-duty crossovers with high frequency level controls with single parallel 1/4" and speakon jacks, 18-gauge powder coated grilles, and stack corners.


All Dr. Bass cabs are custom built, but this one was made for the NYC musician in mind: lightweight. The speaker is a lighter weight neo. Even the recessed handles were redesigned for lighter weight. Don't remember the exact weight, but it should be LESS THAN 30 POUNDS! Perfect match with a lightweight head. The speaker is 4 ohms, so you should reach the maximum output wattage of even a small head. You cannot achieve this with a single 8-ohm cabinet. You can run a MarkBass Little Mark 250 at full capacity, perfect for any NYC club.


Dr. Bass has a huge wait time and many customers have complained about his unethical ordering system (pay up front, then wait up to a year). Skip the hassle and buy this one. Never ever used.


CD is picture to give an idea of size.




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