The MB410-II combo is in a class all its own. With 500 watts pumping through its American Made 4x10" Paragon Ceramic drivers there is more than enoug...Click To Read More About This Product
Find a similar product below or contact our experts for a recommendation of great alternatives. Call us at 800.348.5003.Customers Also Viewed:
Pro-level tone, power and features in a convenient 4x10 combo.
The MB410-II combo is in a class all its own. With 500 watts pumping through its American Made 4x10" Paragon Ceramic drivers there is more than enough output to cut through the mix. Utilizing the same 4-band active "variable Q" equalizer, contour control and F.E.T. boost circuit of GK's legendary RB Series amplifiers combined with a high-tech digital amplifier, this combo will deliver the volume and tone pros have come to expect from GK. Equipped with flip up side handles and the castors make the MB410-II effortless portability getting to and from the gig.
The MB410-II is well-suited for a wide range of applications. The Auxiliary input allows you to play along to your favorite songs through the internal speakers or through the Headphone output for late-night jamming. The XLR output with pre/post switch is ideal for interfacing with recording and PA systems. GK's exclusive "Chain Output" to drive the MBP Series of powered enclosures when you score that outdoor gig where even move volume may required.
Speakers: 4x10 Paragon
Controls: 4-band active EQ, volume, boost, contour
XLR output with pre/post switch
Dimensions: 14.5 in. x 23 in. x 26 in.
Weight: 64 lbs.
Reviewed by 1 customer
Displaying review 1
Comments about Gallien-Krueger MB410-II 500W 4x10 Bass Combo with Horn:
If you like the GK sound, you'll like this combo amp. I have yet to gig with this amp. Nor have I used any of the extension cabinets. But there is plenty of volume for small and medium venues and maybe some large ones. I really dislike amps that are stacked with dials and buttons that offer more flexibility that I would ever need. GK avoids this with relatively simple controls. The contour button really simplifies the process of searching for a good tone. Start with this and then tweak with the EQ. All of the controls are worth having. I manage to get a classic thick rock sound along with a sound better suited for funk. Being able to mute the horn is an added advantage, although I would keep it in the mix. Pre-post DI is also necessary for going thru the PA. If you leave it to the FOH sound man, go with pre. Going though your own PA you might want to use the post to control the tone from the amp. The sturdy looking wheels will also help move this unit around.
Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions. If you change the Ship-To country, some or all of the items in your cart may not ship to the new destination.