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AccuGroove Whappo Jr. Bass Cabinet
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The Accugroove Whappo Jr. was designed for players who want the full Accugroove experience but without the transportation issues an El Whappo owner f...Click To Read More About This Product
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More portable than the El Whappo and still packs a whallop!
The Accugroove Whappo Jr. was designed for players who want the full Accugroove experience but without the transportation issues an El Whappo owner faces. Junior brings together a 12" subwoofer, 12" woofer, 6" midrange, and 2 high-frequency tweeters in one unique, 4-way bass cab.
Accugroove uses custom, lightweight neodymium-magnet speakers, and houses them in their own individual enclosure specifically tuned for optimal response. Every panel in an Accugroove cabinet is constructed from premium 3/4" void-free plywood using traditional dado and rabbet joint. Each cab has lots of other quality features: steel vibration-free grille; self-resetting protection circuit for midrange and high-frequency drivers; stackable locking corners; comfortable recessed handles; reliable 1000W crossover circuit; 2 sealed 1/4" jacks; 2 Speakon jacks; and removable casters.
- 12" subwoofer
- 12" woofer
- 6" midrange driver
- 2 high-frequency tweeters
- Lightweight neodymium-magnet speakers
- Individual, specifically tuned cabinet-within-a-cabinet enclosures
- High-grade, 3/4" void-free birch plywood
- Rabbet and dado joints
- Black steel vibration-free grille
- Self-resetting protection circuit for midrange and tweeters
- Can be placed on side or upright
- Metal input panel
- Stackable, locking corners
- Comfortable recessed handles
- Reliable 1000W crossover circuit
- 2 sealed 1/4" jacks
- 2 Speakon jacks
- Removable casters
- 800W handling @ 4 ohms
- Frequency response: 39Hz-18kHz
- 102dB SPL
- 24-3/4"W x 27-3/4"H x 18-1/4"D
If you're serious about audiophile-quality amplification for your bass, this is your cab. Order today!
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I've gone through a LOT of different cabinets in the past - basically everything except Mesa! The Whappo Jr. is the best sounding I have ever heard on a gig - I usually only take it to venues seating more than 150-200, but it simply kills. I've been using it with a Glockenklang HeartCore and it matches up really well with the Glock tone. Lately, I've been using a Genz Benz GBE-1200 for the grind of the tube section - sounds REALLY nice with the Whappo Jr!
Accugroove says there cabs don't color your basses natural tone. And, no kidding you'll have to get used to it. I liked my Whappo Jr from the start. But I would admit that at first, it was sort of like chewing with someone else's teeth in your mouth!!! I have played bass for about 40 years and amps and speakers have continually improved since I began. This company's approach is really different. It took me a few months to get used to the new cab. But when I go back to my old gear, there's that comfortable old feeling, that's for sure. But the new Whappo Jr is way superior in terms of clarity, punch, and audible balls! And it's not just me. My musician friends have all been very impressed with the sound. If you like to model bass amps and cabs you can get a very accurate reproduction through this speaker system because it really is about as close as you can get to performing live through a studio monitor "on steroids." I would recommend buying one. You'll be likely to keep it if accuracy is your bag. NOW, if you're a metal head, or need something OTHER THAN clean tight accurate sound, this is probably not going to be for you. If you play finger style most of the time along with some slap no doubt you'll love it once you get used to it. The Whappo Jr will put out at least as much sound as my old 4-10 cabs, or more. It is just a little bit power hungry compared to my old Goliath II, probably owing to the 4 way crossover- my guess. But I'm only talking about a slight drop in efficiency by comparison. Just be aware that if you are a little under gunned the Whappo Jr loves a nice 800 to 1000 watt amp. You could play most gigs with less, but if you really want all it has to offer, more is better, power wise. I love my new cab now and there's no turning back.
Perfectly reproduces all the tones my 5 and 12 string basses put out through my pre-amp/amp/effects rack. 4/8 ohm select switch is a great idea and useful.
Probably the best cabinet for this price range. Powerfull, and full bodied. Some say it has "polite" highs but if you dial it in you will get it. Mids are very sweet. Bottom is tight. You will be heard clearly and with alot of punch. Like all cabs it isn't for everyone. But if you like to play with eq's it really works well.
A very Hi Fi sounding cabinet. Sounds like it is coming out of your stereo speakers. Very light and easy to carry for a 2 12 cabinet. Only problem I have is there wheels. Other than that its a 10.