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Aguilar SL 410 vs. Aguilar DB 410

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Hello all.  I have Aguilar equipment.  So I'm familiar with and use it professionally.  I'm about to get a 410 cab.  DB 410 vs. SL 410.  I know theres a major weight difference.  Would I be losing any phat punch and tonal quality going with the SL 410?  Please give me your experience and opinions.

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I used a DB410 and DB115 with a DB750 head and the combination was phenomenal. For smaller gigs I left the 115 at home and just used the 410 and it was just as good. Tight lows and good mid range.

I sold both cabs due to weight (and space) issues. I believe the SL cabs are lighter but perhaps not as light as other neo cabs.

Still got the DB750 head though. Can’t bear to part with that.

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On 19/02/2020 at 19:22, Dbass4life said:

Hello all.  I have Aguilar equipment.  So I'm familiar with and use it professionally.  I'm about to get a 410 cab.  DB 410 vs. SL 410.  I know theres a major weight difference.  Would I be losing any phat punch and tonal quality going with the SL 410?  Please give me your experience and opinions.

Probably find more info in the Amp and Cab forum.

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Gigged both a number of times with a tonehammer 500 head. Personally I find the DB410 a far more enjoyable cab to use, but it's certainly heavier and chunkier. I did like the SL but found it a bit weak in comparison. I actually now use the Fender Neo 410, as I found it to be similar in tone and dimensions to the DB, but a similar weight to the SL!

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