The professionals' at Hard Truckers are back at it, once again designing and producing their top-of-the-line speaker cabinets. This time the crew has put out what can only be described as "a Pure Rock-n-Roll Bass Cabinet!"
Loaded with two 15" EV professional DMX 3150 speakers pumping 1000 watts of power, the Hard Truckers have created the Ultimate Bass Players' cabinet.
Constructed of the same premium components as all Hard Truckers cabinets, the HT-215B Bass Cabinet is made for the road but worthy of the finest home studios with it's fine furniture like finish.
The Hard Truckers "Hand-dyed, one-of-a-kind, removable speaker grills are available for the bass cabinet and are the perfect addition to set your cabinet apart.
Lay down the groove and drop some bombs with the all-new Hard Truckers HT-215B Bass Cabinet. Hand-made works of art, the Hard Truckers are the professional answer to generic gear. Musicians of all levels will benefit by using Hard Truckers gear.
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