Orange OBC-112 - 400-Watt 1x12" Bass Cabinet
If you're seeking that Orange bass tone in an easy-traveling cabinet size, give the OBC112 a try! At just 26lbs. and standing 17" tall, this speaker cabinet is the perfect companion to your Terror Bass or other compact bass head!
However, the OBC112 is surprisingly big on tone. Its 15mm rear-ported birch cabinet, loaded with a 400-watt Lavoce neodymium 12" driver, exhibits the rich, round bottom, present midrange, and ragged bark that Orange's larger cabs are known for, but at a fraction of the size and weight. Best of all, the OBC112 is big on Orange style, featuring Orange's basketweave vinyl covering and solid black acoustic grill cloth with Orange logo and crest.
- Orange OBC-112 - 400-Watt 1x12" Bass Cabinet
- Orange Finish
- Rich & Brawny Tone
- Compact Bass Cabinet
- (1) 12" Lavoce Neodymium Speaker
- 15mm Birch Ply Cabinet
- (2) SpeakON Connectors
- 19" x 17" x 14"
- Authorized Orange Dealer
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