1. avatar Bileofwood
    Ideally with 8, 10 or 12" cones rated at least 600w at 4 ohms.

    The smaller the better.
  2. avatar SG-Jude
    http://www.gak.co.uk/en/marshall-mbc115-bass-cabinet/24750 Ive one of these for sale.
  3. avatar Bileofwood
    That's not 600w or more.

    good luck
  4. avatar machinehead
    Hi Bileofwood. Don't get too hung up on the wattage quoted by cab makers - it's almost meaningless in the real world. It only refers to the thermal rating of the speakers and most cabs will sound awful long before you reach the thermal rating.

    Have a listen to the cab at gig volume and decide if you like it and just ignore the wattage. I know nothing about Marshall bass cabs except having listened to a band where the (excellent) bass player was using a Marshall 4 x 10 and the sound was actually so dreadful that it spoiled the gig for me. The cab above might suit you though so I'd say give it a try.;)
  5. avatar wannabeflea
    What's your budget? Would "slightly bigger than a 4x10" be too big?
  6. avatar ChrisAftermath
    There is a guy on basschat selling a Schroeder 1210R:


    I have the 1212l and its a fantastic cab. One hand lift and plenty loud.
  7. avatar Bileofwood
    Yeah, I was looking at those Schroeders actually. Tasty.

    Pretty tempted by that...

    Anything by than a 2x10/12 would be too big. Things is, I didn't buy that head in question so my options are open again.

    Thanks for input chaps.
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  9. avatar machinehead
    I had a Schroeder 1212L for a couple of years. Great cab and very LOUD.

    Doesn't go [u:d6abc118ce]very[/u:d6abc118ce] deep because it's small, but deep enough and it's easily loud enough for any pub gig.

    A good choice.