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Mesa Boogie Subway Ultra-Lite 4x10 Bass Cabinet

Mesa Boogie Subway Ultra-Lite 4x10 Bass Cabinet


 
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Introducing the all new Mesa Boogie Subway Ultra-Lite 4x10 Bass Cabinet.

The Subway 4x10 is Mesa's take on a Classic design, with all the weight removed. The 4x10 Subway Ultra-Lite proves again that you don’t need massive weight to have massive Tone. All the usual suspects reside within this Cab’s frequency response, focus, articulate mids, precise bottom end, yet there is a detail and clarity we’ve not experienced before. And certainly never in something this huge sounding and portable. This is the perfect stand-alone cab for players leaning in the modern or R&B direction, but it can also do double duty with prowess in Rock and Blues realms as well. Harnessing the power and throw of two of these mighty cabinets combined enable you to handle any gig or venue with horsepower to spare. And should you be the rare 10” aficionado that is open to blending speakers, the attributes of this 4x10 are many and pleasing and they stand firm in a mix. Regardless of musical style or preferences, the Subway Ultra-Lite 4x10 encompasses the next generation of Classic.
MESA Subway® Ultra-Lite Cab Comparison – 4x10 - 2x12 - 2x15 – Blues
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5 of 5 Mesa 4x10 Subway Bass Cabinet March 12, 2021
Reviewer: SMA  
My Guitar Sanctuary experience has been great so far. I ordered the Mesa 4x10 Subway cabinet on a Friday evening, it shipped out Saturday morning, and arrived in Connecticut the following Thursday, in one piece. I hooked it up to my Mesa Subway 800+ last night, and it sounds absolutely great, better than the GK Goldline 2x10 I have been using (not that it’s bad, but it ain’t no Mesa). There is a clarity and definition I am looking forward to experimenting with in the next few months. The Subway cabinet is solid, relatively light, and I assume when I can crank it up, is going to sound great.

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