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lucian rebera 21st April 2009 01:59 PM

lightweight 4x10 bass cab carcass
 
hi all, i am new to this outfit,so please bear with me for a while. being rather unfamiliar with all the info on 4x10 cabs that is on dis;pay,its confused me even more. I recently bought a secondhand trace elliot 4x10 cab which sounds great,as it is,however having handled it a few times,i am coming to the conclusion that it is by far too heavy for me to handle mainly on account of my height,being that i am only 5ft 3insand the cab is nearly half my height.,had i known that it was as heavyas this i may have reconsidered,however as it was on ebay and i had won it, i had an obligation to ebay and their rules in participating in their auctions with regards to winning bids etc. I am thinking of the possibility of using a lighter carcasswith the drivers that are in th Trace, any info as to where I can find a extremely light weight carcass,and what the costs may be.The weight of this 4x10 is around 39-42 kgs or maybe more,as the cab was produced back in 1985/6and it is absolutely solid, any suggestions and advice would be welcome as i am as i said earliernot very well up in this knowledge,and with a lot to learn by all accounts. thank you for looking The bass lucian rebera

Cal Weldon 21st April 2009 03:20 PM

Hi Lucian and welcome to the forums. You might wish to ask this question over in loudspeakers as not everyone looks into the introduction area. Good luck with it.


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