The Fender 215 PRO is a bsss speaker cabinet that takes its design cues from Fender's 810 PRO cabinet but with the same footprint as the 610 PRO. Its 2 large 15" Fender Special Design Eminence cast fr... Click To Read More About This Product
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The Fender 215 PRO is a bsss speaker cabinet that takes its design cues from Fender's 810 PRO cabinet but with the same footprint as the 610 PRO. Its 2 large 15" Fender Special Design Eminence cast frame drivers deliver a giant wallop of well-rounded, old-school rock.
The 215 PRO cab's high-frequency compression driver horn adds brilliance and can be adjusted using the attenuator located on the back. You get powerful, focused, and deep tone at your fingertips.
Rated at 1,600W program (800 watts continuous), the Fender 215 PRO bass cabinet delivers old-school flavor at a high volume. Between gigs, slide rails across the back make it easier to maneuver in and out of your vehicle. The 215 PRO bass cab's handles and wheels make carrying this large Fender cabinet much easier.
2 x 15 Fender Special Design Cast Frame Eminence 8
Horn Attenuator controls (rear panel)
Black vinyl covering with nickel corners
Black metal grille
4 ohm impedance
Weight: 107.75 lbs.
Dimensions: 26"W x 36 5/8"H x 16.25"D
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Comments about Fender 215 PRO 2x15 Bass Speaker Cabinet:
This thing is built like a tank, which will be evident in the next few lines. The cabinet is covered in a very shiny (read slippery) tolex, with recessed handles and rear skid rails. I decided I would move the cab to my basement, on my own. I planned on lowering the cab down the stairs on its rear skids. However, as soon as I placed the cabinet on its back, it shot down the stairs like a tobaggon. It actually bounced, when it hit the floor. There was NO damage whatsoever to the cab. It is solid. The only improvement I could recommend would be to include more bracing points for the grill and front wall. Now for the tone: The low end on this thing is incredible. You can really feel the air move when you stand in front of it. It has a very good full-range sound, but excels in low end sounds. The horn even sounds good, although a bit noisey. I was very skeptical of the horn. I've played several basses through this cab with my Fender 300 Pro Head (tube amp), including a 70s RI jazz, jaguar, two fretless warwicks, a Thunderbird, and a '76 P bass. All the basses sounded great, but the P Bass just sounded incredible. This cab was designed for vintage P basses. If you dig that old, nasty P bass tone, this is the cabinet for you.