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PostPosted: Wed, Jun 20, 2018 11:29am 
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I may try out a Diezel 2x12. I have a Bogner OS 2x12 that sounds pretty good. It doesn't have as much thump at lower volumes, but it is not directional at all, which I like. My Port City Wave was more directional than my Bogner 2x12.

I've never had a FL cab, and will try one one the Deizels at GC this week.

I play Splawns and Friedmans, but I like to play hard rock, thumpy, and somewhat punchy, tight metal that cuts live.

Thoughts? Should I be looking at a FL or RL and how do the Diezels compare to a Bogner and Friedman 2x12?

Thanks!

Mark


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PostPosted: Fri, Jun 22, 2018 3:33pm 
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Look at FL if you want clarity/tightness above all else.

Look at RL if you want more "thump" at the cost of a little less clarity/tightness.

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