When we began working with our friends in Brand New, Vincent Accardi set out to build a rig that was as sound sufficient as aesthetically pleasing. The result was his request for us to build a 2×15 cab constructed in the same fashion as our 2×12 configuration. And so was born the ultimate hybrid, bringing features from both our tilt-back and upright enclosures.
This cab is constructed of high-grade Russian baltic birch plywood with a solid birch face. It sits a little bit taller than our 2×12 guitar cab, but features the same top-fastened leather handles for easily transportation. The cab features a partially removable back for both open and closed-back options. On the inside, the player will find a similar sound “filtration system” as found in our tilt-back cabs, but more conductive to the upright enclosure. The result is an ultimate combination of pressure anEverything at Janice begins with an experiment, and that is true to the 2×15 guitar cab. After seeing the success of our 2×15 configuration being housed in the same enclosure as our 4×12, we attempted the same for our guitar counterpart. But, this result left us wanting more. Don’t get us wrong, we were happy and stood by our product, but we always felt we could do more and something different.
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The 2×15 guitar cab is for the most daring of players, looking to bring a whole new face to the round table of tone. The 15″s lend for a wealth of low presence and great break-up properties, while the high-frequencies of the guitar take a new, round character, leaving all brittleness at the gate. This cab is highly recommended for Bassman players.
|weight||49 lbs unloaded (please add the weight of the speaker you choose)|
|wattage||please read how to calculate your watage|
|ohms||8 ohms (if you need a different rating please add it to the notes ?)|
|input jacks||2 ¼ jacks wired in parallel|
|style||non tilt back|