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Frequently Asked Questions
Our cabs can be wired to the desired ohm rating, you can choose this in the cab builder. We wire all our cabs to the medium 8 ohms if none is specified because it is compatible with most amplifiers and safe for most set-ups. We recommend NOT overworking your amplifier and using the minimum load. Minimum loads can result in unwanted clipping and reduce lifespan of components in the amplifier.
We use UPS Ground Insured exclusively for U.S.
As of right now we do not offer slip covers for our cabs, but we do include a laser cut wood grill protector with every purchase.
Our artist discount program works on an artist to artist basis. If you are an active, touring musician please feel free to get in touch with our us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Use clean lukewarm water, mild detergent and a soft microfiber cloth to clean acrylic or fine surface scratches could appear, causing the acrylic to become cloudy.
We understand that this process can be overwhelming due to our huge selection of speakers. Keep in mind though, choosing speakers is worth taking the time and research to ensure the optimal tone desired. We recommend sitting down and studying the tone you’re looking for. Keep the amplifier you use in mind, as well as the overall tone you’re trying to achieve. One quick way to narrow a selection would be finding an artist with a desirable tone and figuring out what speaker they’re running.
Since the choice of speaker is up to the customer, we are unable to provide universal specs for wattage handling on our cabs. But the calculation method is simple and as follows:
To calculate the handling of your cab, take the wattage of the lowest rated speaker in your cab and multiply it by the number of speakers in the cab. For example:
Take a 4×12 guitar cab loaded with Eminence Governors and Eminence Delta 12As. The Eminence Governor is rated at 75 watts RMS. The Eminence Delta 12A is rated at 400 watts RMS. In this equation, you’ll use the lowest rated speaker, which is the Governor at 75 watts. Multiple this by 4 speakers total and you get a handling of 300 watts.
Due to sound pressure in the cab, it is safe to always deduct another 15% of that total wattage to provide safe margins. So a guaranteed safe operation for that cab would be around 255 watts.
The most common cause for blown speakers is the amp not functioning properly, not because of mismatched wattages.
In all of our testing we have not captured any audible differences in tone. We like to say the difference between on/off is more measurable that it is audible. Please take a listen to some of our samples on our specs page to here our cabs in action.
This Limited Warranty covers any defects in material or workmanship under normal use during the Warranty Period.
During the Warranty Period, Gallant Sound will for free repair or replace, only the cost of shipping, products or parts of a product that proves defective because of improper material or workmanship, under normal use and maintenance.
This Limited Warranty is transferable.
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