Barefaced Two 10S


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15" high x 24" wide x 13" deep         38cm x 61cm x 33cm


14 kg / 31 lbs (steel grill)
13 kg / 28 lbs (cloth grill)

30Hz - 6kHz

100-500W RMS 
(safe with up to 800W if you're running fairly clean sounds)

12 or 4 ohms (switchable)


"Tailored, coloured bass sound", "Great sounding"

Read the iGuitar magazine review - here!


The Retro Two10 - the best old school sounding small cab ever?


  • A miniature version of the Six10 for less LOUD scenarios or to stack up as a modular version
  • Based around our unique 10CR250 driver, a retro sounding high output ferrite 10" loudspeaker
  • Using our innovative hybrid enclosure which sounds and feels like a sealed cab but can play loud and bring the thunder like a ported cab
  • Built strong, light and stiff for maximum gigging ease and great tone

10CR250 - the ultimate old school driver?

Like our ground-breaking 12XN550, the 10CR has excellent polar response thanks to its cunning cone design but has a softer prettier smoother tone which flatter classic bass sounds, from clean to dirty. It has unusually high volume displacement for a 10" bass guitar driver so it can produce big lows without farting out and its unique voice coil and diaphragm have extended treble response giving clarity without harshness.

Retro10 hybrid resonator enclosure

This mimics the transfer function of a classic sealed cab - a bump in the upper bass for that fat old school feel plus a shallow 12dB/octave roll-off through the lows for tight well controlled bottom which works well in all kinds of venues and keeps sound engineers happy. The Retro10 hybrid resonant system increases the back pressure on the drivers, reducing their excursion and improving their efficiency and increasing the maximum bass output thanks to the extra air movement provided by the resonator.

Barefaced line array

Both drivers in the Two10 work in unison to produce big bass and punchy mids but to improve dispersion only one has treble output - just like a PA line array.

It might seem counter-intuitive but the dispersion of a wave source is inversely proportion to the size of the source vs the wavelength - so side by side 10" drivers can have good dispersion through the lows and lower mids but once you get into the higher mids and treble the lateral dispersion narrows drastically. By only letting higher mids and treble come from one speakers we get much better dispersion through those frequencies so you have more consistent tone around the stage and venue. Not something you'll notice in a shop but something that can feel life changing on noisy gigs.


Two 10 Vertical

Sideways or upright - your choice!

The Two10 cab be used horizontally for maximum thump or vertically for increased clarity. Dispersion is equally good either way around. With three cabs or more we don't recommend vertical stacking because the height gets a bit silly!

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