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Gallien-Krueger Goldline 210GLX 2x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet
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The Gallien-Krueger Goldline 210GLX Bass Cabinet is loaded with 2x10" Paragon Goldline aluminum cone loudspeakers designed and manufactured by GK. Go...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Gallien-Krueger Goldline 210GLX Bass Cabinet is loaded with 2x10" Paragon Goldline aluminum cone loudspeakers designed and manufactured by GK. Goldline speakers are designed to deliver a rich, warm, golden tone with a little extra sparkle in the top end. Front slot-porting is used for enhanced low bass response. Special care has been taken in the GK210GLX bass cabinet design to eliminate standing waves so that nothing gets in the way of your performance. The result is a thick low-end with a smooth, even response across the entire frequency spectrum. The Gallien-Krueger 210GLX bass speaker cabinet features black carpet coverings, recessed, spring-loaded handles, rugged steel grille and custom interlocking corners.
- Paragon Goldline aluminum-cone speaker
- Front ported design
- Black carpet covering
- Recessed, spring-loaded handles
- Rugged steel grille
- Custom interlocking corners
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- Configuration: 2 x 10" Paragon Goldline Loudspeakers
- Power (RMS): 200W
- Power (Program): 400W
- Impedance: 8 Ohms
- Sensitivity: 100dB
- Frequency Response: 30Hz to 7kHz
- Max SPL: 123dB
- Porting: Front Slot Ported
- Dimensions: 23.5"W x 19.5"H x 16.5"D
- Weight: 58 lbs.
Reviewed by 13 customers
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I use one of these 210's stacked on a Goldline 115 and the combo is great. Alone, this cab can hold its own; I bought the 115 to add that seat-rattling thump. One of the better sounding 210's I've tried, including SWR and Ampeg. Clear midrange and smooth highs - nearly as sweet as an Eden for half the price.
I've played this probably 5 or 6 times. I used a Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass V 5-string through it and the B sounded low and fat. It was soo nice. Then I tried two Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Basses (Fretted and Fretless) and slapping was amazing as was the fretless sound. I highly recommend it!
I invested what I could and plugged in a Trace Elliot amp. I was suprised at the full Range without a tweeter. of course the amp has a eq. a must for this type of Cabinet. My Gratitude to the engineers who designed the cabinet rich Lows and crisp highs. A must for the type of music from country to rock Excellent choice who is in a tight budget. Moneys well spent I Love it. I need 2 more cabinets 410 and 115 for the pro setup. Thanks GK Job Well Done
I own this 210glx and has proved great so far. I power this with a 1001RB and it sounds awesome. It is a heavy cabinet for having only 2 10" but the spring loaded handles are placed very well. I do not turn the volume up very high to have a loud bass, which is good considering the head is rated much higher than the cab will take. I used Ampeg for years but wanted to change my sound and GK has pleased me with their tone and build quality. Definately worth checking out!
Great sound, great low end response but doesn't lose the high end that 10" speakers are great for! Not too lightweight and clear with lots of clarity and no muddiness to be heard!
I bought this cab two months ago and have loved it since. At first I was a little apprehensive about the alluminum drivers but they did not dissapoint. Alone this is a great cab but paired with a Backline 115BLX it rocks. I looked at many different cabs and this one stood out the most. By the way, it is way friggin loud! I've had the stacked checked to play at 128 db! This is a great cab for someone looking to have a great stack but lacking the funds for an ampeg or basson. Awesome Cab!
I invested what I could and plugged in a Trace Elliot amp. I was suprised at the full Range without a tweeter. of course the amp has a eq. a must for this type of Cabinet. My Gratitude to the engineers who designed the cabinet rich Lows and crisp highs. a must for the type of music from country to rock Excellent choice who is in a tight budget. moneys well spent I Love it. I need 2 more cabinets 410 and 115 for the pro setup. Thanks GK Job Well Done
This is a nice little cab. Its a perfect match for the GK Backline heads, and its great sounding!!! Its got a lot of punchy crisp highs, due to the 10" Speakers, and it handles the low end better than my Peavey TNT 1x15. Even with the Low B on my fiver, which I think is because the GK cab is about %50 Deeper than my TNT, and its also ported, so is acoustics, bring out alot of warm bassy low end. Its also built like a tank!
I just switched over to playing bass. I bought a Behringer 1X15 (aluminum cone) and bass head. They sound very good, but the cab is a little big to take to up and down the stairs. I went and looked for a smaller cab. This little cab is great, the low end is unbelievable. The Rickenbacker and Hofner sound wonderful and when coupled with the 1X15, it's next to perfect. My only wish is if it would have a parallel jack. I can get just about any sound out of the cab I want. It doesn't seem to need a horn, the highs are crisp and the lows are pure, no rattling all the way to low E. Good sounding equipment does not always have to cost a small fortune, and to get more sound, I think the cost factor would have to triple. This is good value and quality sound equipment. I'll probably give a more serious look at the G&K equipment.
I picked one of these up last winter and it has been going strong since. I have this paired up with a 400 rb that runs 125 watts at 8 ohms. I feel like its pushing a lot more than that these speakers are efficient. They have a max spl of 123 db! Some people complain about the lack of a tweeter in gk cabs but this one doesn't sound to boomy or bassey at all. One weird thing was it was labeled as a four ohm cab but I called the compony and they assured me they have never produced 4 ohm 2x10's. I plan to pair it with a 1x15 at some point to give it some of that kick in the chest feel. Also it claims to be 58 pounds but that is inaccurate. It weighs 79 its big and heavy but its worth is for the nice sound this thing puts out. I have only used this live once but I expect it to last me many shows!
Bought this cabinet to pair with an Ampeg B115E and GK RB 400, it supplies a very nice "top end" considering it has no horn. The fact that it has only a single 1/4" input jack could be a problem for some but it works for me. Very good sound and value.
This cabinet replaced a Mesa Boogie 4x10 Roadready cabinet. What a huge improvement! The GLX had a better low end and seemed to project sound better. I have also owned a Hartke 410XL and this cabinet has a better sound in my opinion. These goldline drivers produce a nice midrange and high end that isn't harsh/brittle. I typically combine this cabinet with a GK 1001RB 2x10 combo and get a huge increase in bottom end. There is only one 1/4 inch connector that may be a problem for some setups. I also had to install rubber feet because it didn't sit well atop of my Trace Elliot 1x15 cabinet. I feel this cabinet is an excellent addition for any setup.
Well, I bough this to go along with my Backline 600. My grandfather and I went into a store to compare it to other cabs, and they couldn't match the beautiful, deep, full tone that the 2 aluminum 10's put out. The Backline BLX 2X10 doesn't sound near as good as this one. The port also gives you plenty of depth and volume on those low notes. Only downside is it's a little bit heavy, so, either get a hand cart or something, or another band member to help (it's pretty awkward trying to carry it by yourself). Overall, great job GK!