EBS ProLine 115

฿37,600.00

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THE EBS PROLINE CABINETS ARE BUILT WITH THE FINEST QUALITY 13-PLY BIRCH*. THE PROLINE SPEAKER CABINETS BEST REPRESENTS THE FAMOUS “EBS SOUND”.

A natural sound developed through evolution

Transparency, balance, and natural warmth characterize the EBS ProLine speaker sound. Five different cabinet models allow optimal combinations, making it easy to create your own ‘signature’ sound.

The ProLine cabinets offer a great punch in the midrange that hits a sweet spot when playing slap bass or other styles that crave a great midrange response. The evolution of the ProLine can be traced back to the first cabinets ever made by EBS Professional Bass Equipment. Developed and fine-tuned along the way to meet the demands of today’s bass players.

 

Roadworthy design

The ProLine cabinets are built for heavy touring with sturdy construction and roadworthy protection features such as the woven steel grill, resistant felt, and heavy-duty wheels on the 610 and 810 models.

 

*Cabinets built since 2016, or prior to 2014, are all Birch. Cabinets built between 2014-early 2016 may be built of SPRUCE plywood with a BIRCH baffle, just like the NeoLine cabinets.

Said about the EBS ProLine cabinets

”The bottom end is round and punchy without being muddy. The mids and highs are just right, not to bright (so you feel like your playing guitar) and not to dull ( so you can’t make out what your playing). You get a great bass sound from them.”

– Warren McRae, from the Tina Turner 2009 World Tour


“I can get a lot of great mids out of the EBS gear. It also has this kind of snap, so when I dig in really hard on the bass, I almost get a slap sound and the EBS is able to articulate that properly.”

– Tal Wilkenfeld on her rig, EBS HD350/360 with ProLine 410 cabinets

Said about the EBS ProLine cabinets

”The bottom end is round and punchy without being muddy. The mids and highs are just right, not to bright (so you feel like your playing guitar) and not to dull ( so you can’t make out what your playing). You get a great bass sound from them.”

– Warren McRae, from the Tina Turner 2009 World Tour


“I can get a lot of great mids out of the EBS gear. It also has this kind of snap, so when I dig in really hard on the bass, I almost get a slap sound and the EBS is able to articulate that properly.”

– Tal Wilkenfeld on her rig, EBS HD350/360 with ProLine 410 cabinets

Tal Wilkenfeld at Bass Player Live.

Jonas Björler with At The Gates