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Fender Bassman 410 4X10 Bass Cabinet
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The Bassman 410 bass speaker cabinet was designed to provide a quick and punchy tone. And with 700 watts programmable power (350 watts continuous) at...Click To Read More About This Product
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Fast, punchy bass response with classic, round tone.
The Bassman 410 bass speaker cabinet was designed to provide a quick and punchy tone. And with 700 watts programmable power (350 watts continuous) at 8 ohms, four 10" Eminence speakers and a compression driver horn with full attenuator, it's ideal for medium power usage.
The Bassman 410 amp has similar tonal characteristics to the PRO series cabinets in a low power-handling platform, and features carpet covering with metal grille, removable casters, spring-loaded handles, and 1/4" and Speakon® inputs.
- Ohms: 8 ohms Impedence
- Speakers: 4-10" Fender® Special Design Eminence® 8 ohm, 87.5 watt Speakers, P/N 0068843000,
- 1 Compression Driver High Frequency Horn P/N 0048847000
Bassman 410 4X10 Bass Cabinet
- Covering: Black Carpet with Black Metal Grille
- Weight: 71 lbs. (32.20 kg)
- Dimensions: Height: 25" (63.5 cm),
- Width: 23" (58.4 cm),
- Depth: 14.5" (36.83 cm)
- Power Handling: 700 Watts (Program), 350 Watts (Continous) Handling Capability
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For the price you cannot beat this cab and backed by the known reputation and reliability of the Fender brand. It works awesome with my Peavey Tour 450 head and is a major setup step up from my Fender Rumble 100/210 combo amp. The speakers output great sound, I have not messed much with the horn. If you are looking for a great cab to work with your head then I suggest this one. The price is alright too.
I picked up the Bassman 410 a little over a year ago for both practice and live applications and haven't been disappointed yet. I'm powering it with a BBE BMAX pre to a Crown CE2000 amp and I've never run into a problem being loud enough. One of the biggest perks is that it fits comfortably into your average car trunk with room to spare. I got a good deal on an SVT 410HLF recently but sonically, I won't mind leaving it at home until I have the space to travel with that beast.