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Fryette FatBottom 212 Cabinet - FANE   

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Amazing sounding, low-profile 2 x 12 in. cab with a front-loaded design, wide dispersion and tight low end.

Fryette FatBottom cabinets have been used on countless recordings and tours delivering tight focused power and consistent tone night after night. The 140W Fryette FatBottom FB212 is a low-profile straight 2 x 12 in. speaker cabinet with a vertical baffle, featuring Mono-Stereo input capability. Impedance is 8 ohm in mono mode and 16 ohm/channel in stereo mode. Plug-in casters included.

FatBottom Series Speaker systems feature high-quality Baltic birch materials, manufactured on CNC (computer numerical control) cutting equipment for accurate assembly and bulletproof construction. Fryette's custom-built FANE F70G 12 in. speakers are front mounted for wide dispersion and excellent low-end control. Front mounting the speakers also allows for a well-sealed enclosure with virtually no air leaks, delivering extended projection and excellent power handling capacity.

  • Speakers: Two custom FANE, U.K. made, F70G 12 in., 70-watt drivers
  • Power Handling: 140W Mono, 8 ohms, 70 WPC, 16 ohms
  • Low-profile straight 2 x 12 in. cabinet with a vertical baffle
  • Mono-Stereo input capability
  • Tight, focused low end
  • Detailed midrange
  • High power handling capacity
  • Front-mounted design for wide sound dispersion
  • Plug-in casters included
  • Dimensions: 29-3/4 in. x 14 in. x 16 in.
  • Weight: 66 lb.
  • Made in the USA

Get surprisingly great projection in a compact package with the FatBottom 212 cabinet. Order today.

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