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Epifani PS 112 1x12" Bass Speaker Cabinet with Tweeter
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The Epifani PS 112 bass speaker cab is designed and built to the same sonic standards of the more-expensive UL Series but tuned for a more classic so...Click To Read More About This Product
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World-class tone and battle-worthy durability.
The Epifani PS 112 bass speaker cab is designed and built to the same sonic standards of the more-expensive UL Series but tuned for a more classic sound with thicker low end and a musically crisp edge. The 12", 300W steel magnet driver is made in the USA specifically for Epifani. 17-ply Baltic birch cabinet with high-impact locking corners and a Comfort Feel strap handle mean it's built to last and easy to lug to the gig. 1/4" phono and Speakon inputs.
- 12", 300W proprietary driver
- 1" compression tweeter
- 17-ply Baltic birch cabinet
- High-impact locking corners
- Steel reinforced Comfort Feel strap handle
- 1/4" phono and Speakon inputs
- 18-gauge radiused steel grille
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PS 112 1x12" Bass Speaker Cabinet with Tweeter
- 45Hz-16kHz frequency response
- Sensitivity: 98dB 1W1M
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Comments about Epifani PS 112 1x12" Bass Speaker Cabinet with Tweeter:
Overall, I like this cab a lot. I traded my 20 year old Hartke 410XL for a mint Epi, and I think it was a pretty fair trade. Yes, I lost the air-moving punch of the 410, but the Epi brings a nice thump of its own. I play mostly jazz and old school motown, 70's funk, disco, dance rock, and some rock. Fender P and J, both strung with flats and a 1996 USA Ampeg SVT III Pro. The Epi does very nicely in this rig, both on its own for smaller gigs, and in combo with my Trace 1518c. My complaints are: don't like the rat fur covering, over time it will look worse with no real way to revive it. And the single "strap" handle on top is the worst. I know that thing will never last as long as the cab, and its the most difficult way to carry it. I wish they did 2 handles on the side. Even though this cab is lightweight and relatively small, its not that small that the top handle makes sense. And I wish it had rubber feet. I hate to mod it myself but I might have to, to keep it from sliding around.