NAMM 2009: New TC Electronic RebelStack

The perfect complement to the Rebelhead or any other bass head that needs an outstanding cabinet. Where RebelHead450 will transform the bass amp market, RebelStack is a system that will revolutionize your on-stage performance.

rebelstack

Stylish Stack? You got it…

RebelStack210 and 212 bass cabinets. Where RebelHead450 will transform the bass amp market, RebelStack is a system that will revolutionize your on-stage performance.

TC Electronic have worked with specialist US company Eminence to produce specific custom drivers for the RebelStack systems.

The dual-concentric placement of the HF driver inside the top woofer in both the 210 and 212 cabinets secures optimal dispersion and audio performance. RebelStack incorporates a rugged design with an anti-scratch finish and uses a dual-component ‘anti skid’ surface treatment to help cabinets ‘stick’ together when stacked.

Vertical Line Stacking
If you use a traditional 4 x 10″ cab, you’re always faced with the same problem when playing live: place the 4 x 10” on the floor and you get great bottom end but no pitch recognition. Put the 4 x 10” on a stand and you get the opposite – great pitch but no low end.

The solution is to use RebelStack210’s convenient vertical 4-driver stacking system that gives you the best of both worlds – great sound and pitch – and in a system that’s light and portable enough for you to carry from gig to gig. RebelStack212 is a 12” version that’s as easy to stack as the 210, and both can be used in combination, making your on-stage placement of cabinets a breeze.

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~ by dolphinblog on January 15, 2009.

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