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Marshall MF280 Mode Four 280W 4X12 Cab
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The MF280 is specially engineered to reproduce the balanced midrange and huge bottom end that are prerequisites for extreme hard rock and nu-metal so...Click To Read More About This Product
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The powerful wings of a Mode Four screamin' stack!
The MF280 is specially engineered to reproduce the balanced midrange and huge bottom end that are prerequisites for extreme hard rock and nu-metal sounds. Sonically optimized Celestion loudspeaker designs. Pro-gauge internal wiring, increased internal volume, metal logo and piping. Ready for the sonic demands of a high performance head like the MF350 and the extreme physical abuse of the road.
- 4 - 12" Celestion G12H speakers
- Pro-gauge internal wiring
- Increased internal volume
- Metal logo and piping
- Perfect for the MF350
- 16 ohm
- 120W handling
- Straight front
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The input jack is far too recessed inside the cab. I guess this is to prevent accidentally unplugging the speaker cable, but it's really more of an annoyance. There's only one jack, so no daisy-chaining. The corners are plastic and the cloth grill seems weak. Generally, this is a poorly constructed cab. It sounds even worse. Bright and piercing are how I would describe the tone. A friend of mine who knows nothing about guitar even commented on how bright the cab sounded. Way too much cone breakup when I started hammering palm-mutes and drop tunings. No definition. This cab confuses me... it's made as a metal monster but the 1960cab sounds way deeper and warmer than this P.O.S.
This is honestly one of the best i have heard. especialy with my mf350h head. it handles it and has no problem doing so. its only problem is blowing everyone out of the water all the time.
I had looked for a 4x12 cabinet that has both low end balls and clarity of each note for years. Here it is! Brawny and BAD this is is dad.Cuts through the mix even at moderate volume but get loud and be proud.
This cab is freaking loud dangit. But that's not what I was looking for in a cab. Yes, I wanted a cab that would stand out live, but I wanted something with a little more musical integrity. If you just play extremely loud, then get this..If you want something that is more musical, get a Bogner or Soldano cab.
Don't use this is a practice amp, your band will hate you. It's intended for larger shows and even smaller clubs have trouble dealing with the power put out by this beast. When you're ready to rock, look no further than Marshall.
The MF-280 with a Mode Four head is the pefect half stack. The MF-280 has monster bottom end, you'd think you were playing through a bass cab, except that it also gives you the jangly top end you'd expect when paying this much for a speaker cabinet. It's a 1960 on steroids. My mode four half stack actually blows away my old 4100-full stack (1960A and B). The Mode Four head is awesome, too. Some folks complain that the volume control is tricky, it doesn't matter when you set the master all 4 channels to eleven!