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for their guitar rigs?

I've played with a couple of guitarist's that did this. A few years ago, both myself and the guitarist had Hartke aluminum 410's. Looked cool, sounded great. Too bad he was a dick-head.

I'd like to hear my current guitarist play through my new 8x8 Yorkie. Should get some good crunch me thinks.
 

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I would definately like to try a Hartke cab with the aluminum cones..................
 

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I would definately like to try a Hartke cab with the aluminum cones..................
I owned an XL410 for 17 years. Very crisp and hi-fi sounding for bass. Great in the early 90's, but I grew tired of the sound which is why I traded this past fall.

That cab did sound real good for guitar though. Very, very crisp sounding. Being that it is voiced for bass, the guitar sounded so full in the bottom and mid, and of course with aluminum the highs rang really clear.

I believe he had a big ass Marshall head running it.
 
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