When you're putting together your gigging equipment, it's important to choose gear made by someone who's as committed to great sound as you are. Gallien-Krueger is a great example, getting its start in a California garage about 40 years ago. What began as a labor of love for great sound turned into a series of renowned amplifiers and cabinets focused directly on making your bass guitar sound its absolute best. Plugging into a Gallien-Krueger bass amplifier cabinet could be called a rite of passage for a bassist. If you're in need of a cabinet that's portable enough to pack up for shows on a moment's notice, start your search with the Neo 212-II 2x12 600W Bass Cabinet. The 12" Paragon neodymium drivers in this cab offer plenty of power without too much weight, so it's easy to pick up and go. The Neo 212-II also has a horn tweeter to deliver a balanced bass tone, and together those speakers push an impressive 600-watts. Better yet, this cabinet has stackable corners so you can build up a tower of sweet bass sounds if you want.
Maybe power is your priority above all else? In that case, the saying "bigger is better" may apply, like the Neo 810 8x10 Bass Speaker Cabinet. Upping the ante to a stadium-filling 1600-watts with eight Paragon drivers, this cab pumps out serious sound. Like its smaller cousin, it's got a horn tweeter and neodymium magnets that make it surprisingly manageable for its size. The Neo 810 also features Bi-Amp, passive crossover and a bracing design that cancels out standing waves for a cleaner tone. When you need to be heard, this beast of a cabinet will get the job done and then some.
Gallien-Krueger is well-known for their innovative designs, garnering a reputation for making some of the best bass speaker cabinets on the market. That's earned them the recognition of artists like Flea, Duff McKagan, Tom Hamilton, Ted Dwane, Mike Gil and tons of other world-class bassists who hook up Gallien-Krueger hardware when they set out to shake up the stage.