NAMM 2019: HeadRush introduces the FRFR-108 cab

This lightweight 2,000-watter is designed for amp modellers.

Headrush FRFR-108

HeadRush has gotten its NAMM plans underway with the new FRFR-108 cabinet. It’s billed as the perfect companion for both guitar and bass amp modellers, giving you a “realistic room-filling sound with the authentic feel of a speaker pushing air”, according to the brand.

The 108 cab is a more portable version of HeadRush’s 112 model. Yet, despite weighing in at just 8.6kg, it manages to handle a whopping 2,000 watts of amplified sound, and it’s equipped with its bigger sibling’s full-range, flat-frequency specs. These make it ideal for projecting your amp modeller.

Under its hood is a custom-voiced, eight-inch woofer that features a high-frequency compression driver. The latter is responsible for delivering a full-frequency response without artificial colouration.

On the back panel, you’ll find a set of I/Os and switches. The former includes two XLR/TRS 1/4-inch combo inputs and one XLR output. The latter consists of a Contour EQ switch – that lets you cut through muddy mixes – and a ground-lift switch.

Check out a quick introduction to the cab below:

Retails at $199. More information at headrushfx.com.

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