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The ideal cab to take on tour
Care and attention has been paid at every point in designing this awesome bass cabinet. And top of GK's list of priorities was making a cab that's perfect for gigging and touring. So that's exactly what they've done. It boasts a supremely rugged build, meaning it can put up with the stresses of constantly being shifted and bumped about - vital for anything that spends half its life being taken from show to show.
Transportation is made easy. Considering the CX's immense power, it's actually surprisingly lightweight. As a result, moving it around won't be a hassle. And this movement is made easier still by flip-out side handles. You'll have no issues getting to grips with this cab. There are also locking feet and corners that attach cabinets together when used in a stack. It's all of this that makes the CX 210 the secure, durable unit you need to drive your live shows for years to come.
Power, punch, and classic tone
Gallien Krueger don't do average. They're constantly striving for excellence - seeking out the next big innovation in bass amplification. The CX 210 was made completely in-house at GK's US factory. So you know it's had industry-leading expertise applied to it at every stage of the production process.
The outcome? Well, just plug it in and you'll hear. Your basslines have never sounded clearer than when being played through a CX cab. Each speaker is chambered - this prevents sound leakage, as well as eliminating internal standing waves which dull your tone. The speakers were designed specially for the cabinet, unlike most other cabs that simply use pre-existing speakers. This optimises the sound, bringing the perfect blend of punch and dynamism. Not to mention that the CX 210 has got 400 watts of power to drive every note home explosively. Proper sound for proper bassists.
Pioneering bass amplification for the very best
Pedigree. It's important. When you're investing in anything that's driving your sound, you need to be certain that you're getting the best in quality. From manufacturers who know what they're doing. Well, how does over 50 years of amp innovations - that became standard around the world - sound for pedigree?
Because that's what Gallien Krueger have been doing for the past five decades. Started up in 1968 by engineer Robert Gallien, it only took a year before a GK amp was getting used by Santana at Woodstock. And after that, the breakthroughs just kept on coming.
GK invented the first amps with channel switching. The first amp in a metal enclosure (a bass amp which happened to become a favourite of Led Zeppelin). The first contour control. The first 1000 watt bass head. The list goes on. And on. Gallien Krueger really are masters of giving you the tools you need to make your bass sound better than ever. For industry-leading quality, look no further than GK.
- Perfect complement to the MB Series Heads
- 400 watts at 8 ohms
- Compact design and light weight
- Proprietary ceramic drivers, designed and manufactured in the U.S.A
- 1/4'' and Speakon input
- Internal damping and tuned plywood cabinet for resonance and projection
- Internal bracing, individual chambers and tuned ports to prevent tone-robbing standing waves and sound leakage
- Rugged flip handles for easy loading
- Corner protection and vinyl covering
- High frequency horn with switchable attenuation
- Power Handling: 400 Watts
- Resistance: 8 Ohms
- Speakers: 2 x 10'' Ceramic
- Connections: Combi Connection
- 2 Pole Twist Lock Cable Input For Full Range Operation
- 1/4'' Jack Input
- Controls: 3 Position Tweeter Attenuator
- Dimensions: 36.8 x 58.4 x 48.3 cm
- Weight: 16.7kg