Barefaced Bass - Ultra lightweight high power bass guitar speaker cabinets

Four10 / Four10T

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So small for a 4x10” but so loud and produces so much bottom end if you want it.

Barefaced Line Array for amazing dispersion and Hybrid Resonator for tight controlled lows but thick deep bass weight. 10CR drivers as ever have warm fat punch that growls when pushed hard and roars at max loudness.
Need more output? Use two Four10's to blow Marshall stacks off the stage, add a Two10S for a modular Six10 equivalent, or two Two10S cabs for a modular Eight10 alternative.

Features

  • Four 10CR extended-range drivers
  • Hybrid Resonator enclosure
  • Barefaced Line Array crossover
  • Dual resonator outlets on base
  • Dual side bar/dish steel handles
  • Rubber feet on base
  • Nickel-plated 2/3-sided steel corners
  • Dual parallel combi speakon + 1/4” sockets
  • Heavy duty black tolex
  • Powder-coated black steel grill
  • Optional high strength silver cloth grill

Specifications

Dimensions
(H W D)
61cm 61cm 33cm
24" 24" 13"
Weight
Steel 24kg / 53lbs
Cloth 22.5kg / 49lbs
Steel (with tweeter) 25kg / 55lbs
Cloth (with tweeter) 23.5kg / 51lbs
Broadband sensitivity 101dB
Max power 1000W RMS
Max Output ~131dB
Frequency Range 30Hz - 6kHz
Impedance 4 or 8 ohms (fixed at the factory)

 

Customer feedback

23/05/24 - Four10 - UK

I’ve got a Four10 and it’s unbelievably good. Incredible sound and stupidly loud. I don’t even know why the Six10 exists to be honest because a 1000w Four10 is enough, trust me.

Steve


27/04/24 - Four10 - Norway

Thank you! Amazing ❤️

Eivind


04/01/24 - Four10 + Radical 212H - USA

Greetings, Barefaced!

I have purchased a Four10 and a Radical 212H (with two neo-creambacks). I am very happy with them both. The problem is, I can't play bass and guitar at the same time. So, I bought a Boss OC-5 and that gets me close. I use it to split my guitar signal into a "bass" signal, too. The "guitar" signal runs through my guitar rig and into the Radical, and then "bass" signal runs through my bass rig into the Four10.

So far, this setup is working better than I expected and is SO FUN to play through! My question is: is there an optimal way to configure the two cabs? Right now, I have them both on the floor, with Four10 on left and Radical on right. I've been thinking about stacking them with the Radical on the bottom (because it's wider) and the Four10 on top. But, my brain thinks having the bass cab under the guitar cab would be best.

Since both cabs are designed to disperse sound across the room, it makes sense to me that they should be stacked so that the "center" of both cabs is the same. But, I'm sure there are factors I'm not considering that might be more obvious to you all. So, any thoughts on how best to use both Four10 and Radical cabs at the same time on the same source?

Thank you in advance for any insight you're able to share!

Matt Wolff

Hi Matt,

That sounds fun! I think the key thing to remember with this is that the cabs are not dealing with the same sources, so you can really place them wherever you want. I'd be inclined to separate them further so your ears find it easier to separate the two sounds because they're coming from different locations. Or if you want them to sound more like one big sound, put them close together. You can try stacking them either way too. The room will change things quite a lot too.

Best regards,

Alex

 


06/11/21 - Two10 + Four10 - USA

Hello, I hope all is well! I have owned Two10 and Four10 cabs of yours and they were fantastic. The Two10 seemed like I needed to push it a little harder than I wanted too, and the Four10 was a bit much and would get a little loud before I hit the sweet spot.

I was curious if you would be up for building a vertical Three10 cabinet. It would get the sound up higher without being so tall it gets tippy, still light enough to one hand it, and a perfect match for all these class d heads that do 7-800 watts into 2-2.67 ohms. Fantastic one cab solution for all small to medium sized stages.

You could also use the same finish you do on the 12XN cabs for extra durability. Please let me know your thoughts.

Mike C

Hi Mike,

I know what you mean, it's something I've pondered before - but I think the 2.7 ohm impedance would make it too niche a product. However, we've got quite a few people using One10 + Two10S stacks, which is basically a modular version that gives you three sizes of rig - would that work for you?

Best regards,

Alex

The Three10 is now live!


15/12/23 - Four10 - Spain

I've been testing the cab for a month or so and it sounds incredible!! Very happy with it!

Edu


23/10/23 - Four10 - UK

Just wanna let you know. I received my 410. Played 1 rehearsal and used it for our show. This is by far the best cab I've used. Thank you for getting it to me in time for our last show of the year!!!!!

Matt


28/9/23 - Four10 - AUS

Loving the Four10, took it out for the first gig 2 weeks ago. Heard it through the support band first, then got up and played through an AG700. Really happy with the cab thank you!

Hugh


23/10/23 - Four10 - USA

Just wanna let you know. I received my 410. Played 1 rehearsal and used it for our show. This is by far the best cab I've used. Thank you for getting it to me in time for our last show of the year!!!!!

Matt


01/02/23 - One10 + Four10 - USA

I currently have a One10 and Four10 i’m using with an Aguilar AG700 and Noble Preamp. I love the sound and tones I can get from it. I have an Ampeg PF-20T incoming that should pair nicely with the One10 for a smaller rig. I’d like to get an Ampeg Heritage SVT at some point and they only run at 4 and 2 ohms, so i’d need to couple the Four10 with a Two10 in order to run it (or just a Two10 on its own at 4 ohms). I also like the idea of have 2 One10’s for a nice 4 ohm stack.

Thanks for your help. I love the cabs. 

Steve


7/12/22 - Four10 - New Zealand

Also letting you know the Four10 cab is awesome and really loving it.
I’m trying to sell a couple of other items as I’m keen to add a 210S early in the new year.
I’ll be back in touch for that.

Thanks and kind regards

Gherardo


1/12/22 - Four10 - USA

Finally got it yesterday afternoon thanks guys plugged in and it’s hitting like a ton of bricks!!!

Jeff


01/12/22 - Four10 - USA

Finally got it yesterday afternoon thanks guys  plugged in and it’s hitting like a ton of bricks!!!

Jeff


9/9/22 - Four10 - UK

the 4x10 Is ace,just would like to add a cab to get the max out of my Eden 400, do you think the 275 watt is enough to drive the 4x10 ,I have not used it on a gig as yet so not sure ,if not could you recommend a 2x10 that would complement your 4x10,Rich

Alex responds: The Four10 will certainly go loud with your Eden! I'm a big fan of the modularity of a Two10S+Four10 stack because you get to use the Two10S or the Four10 or the two cab stack. You might not need the Two10S (gigging will show you if you do) but it's certainly a v nice addition.


04/05/22 - Four10 - UK

The 4x10 is indeed superb, does everything it says on the tin, it really is a fantastic cab.

Archie


18/08/21 - Four10 - Denmark

I thought I just drop you a line about how much I dig my Four10 after its initial run of gigs. Two very different ones- one on a large outdoor festival stage and one playing on a lawn below a pavilion to keep us dry during rain.

What can I say- coupled with my Orange AD200B, it does everything I hoped for and wanted out of replacing my Super Twin (which was amazing in its own way). It really punches, can get super deep super loudly, is an easy schlep and sounds perfect no matter  where I am in relation to it. It’s very easy to sound good and hear myself clearly in a band mix, audience digs it (so I heard after the show we played on the lawn, at the other one folks most likely heard the PA).

With the Four10, I feel I’m getting maybe a 610-killer (although I don’t know, I never use that kind of volume anyways) and at first glance it does what one would expect from the typical 410, and that is fast attack with a truly massive percussive punch, like a low-tuned drum, followed by a rather growly tone. That punch and growl is the main difference to the Super Twin. 
All settings equal, the Four10 seems to have slightly less bottom end and considerably more low-mid growl. 
So, at first, the Four10 is not as utterly amazing as the Super Twin, it comes across as being “just” a very very good and pretty loud 410. 
The amazement comes later: When you lug it around and feel it’s literally half the weight of what you would expect or remember from other 410s. When you move around the room, be it alone or in rehearsal, and the sound stays very much the same, as opposed to vital mids disappearing while off-axis. Or, when you crank the bass knob and suddenly you have way more real low end than usual in 410-land. With better tighter sound at much higher volumes. So yes, the Four10 can sound “like” a fridge, but it can easily outperform a fridge in terms of low-end. 


So, I’m very happy already, and I will probably only get happier after having spent some time with the Four10 and the drivers have loosened up.


Mathias


15/10/19 - Four10 - UK

I finally got to test my cab last night and am very happy with it. Thank you so much.

Steve


30/05/19 - Four10 - Croatia

I own a Four10. Numbers said it all for me to try em out. 30 day return policy got me to have a go, since there wasn't one around to try, but only one rehearsal was enough to decide that's the cab for me. I was in search of small, powerful all around cab and that's what I have now.

Konrad


21/01/18 - Four10 - UK

First of all I’d just like to say how thrilled I am with my Four10 which I bought off of you at the tail end of last year. I currently have some bits up for sale to fund a Two10 to add to it ;) I’ve read on previous threads on BC about the tolex covering peeling which I believed you sorted with some better quality glue.

However my valve amp kicks out a lot of heat and I noticed at last rehearsal it was causing the covering to bubble up a little. This is by no means a moan more so I just wanted to make you aware of it. Can you maybe recommend a heatproof mat or similar to separate the head from the cab?

I noticed on the owners group on Facebook people were talking about vibrations from the cab wearing valves out quicker. Whilst I haven’t noticed excessive vibration maybe some sort of a mat could serve a dual purpose. Let me know what you think

Mark

Hi Mark,
Glad you're enjoying the cab! That's an unusual tolex thing - haven't heard about that before. Any foam will act as insulation and vibrations do wear out valves so there's no harm damping amp vibrations with foam (even if the cab isn't vibrating it's generating acoustic output which could set the amp off). The denser and slower rebounding the foam, the better for damping.
Best regards,
Alex


10/09/17 - Four10 - UK

Hi Alex and all at Barefaced, absolutely loving the cab so far! Played a couple of festivals so far this summer and my on stage sound has never been better. I’ve done a few social media posts about my new rig, and have been fairly active on Talkbass pimping out Barefaced.

Craig


08/07/17 - Four10 - USA

I love my Four10! I have an Ashdown CTM100 head and an older Aguilar AG500 SC head and much to my surprise, the Aguilar sounds far better run through the Four10 than any other cab. It is also louder! I hate to admit it but is sounds better than the Ashdown which I originally bought to replace it. Now I'll have to keep both!

Thank you for such a superb cab!

Marc Zito


26/06/17 - Four10 - UK

I gigged last Saturday with the Orange amp & Four10 only and got several remarks about the bass being very clearly heard in the mix, although not too loud. That's a good compliment in its own right, and I think this is precisely the strength of this Four 10 cab :o)

Paolo


08/07/16 - Four10 - USA

I love my Four10! I have an Ashdown CTM100 head and an older Aguilar AG500 SC head and much to my surprise, the Aguilar sounds far better run through the Four10 than any other cab. It is also louder! I hate to admit it but is sounds better than the Ashdown which I originally bought to replace it. Now I'll have to keep both!

Marc


27/05/16 - Four10 - NZ

Hi Alex, just wanted to let you know I am totally enamoured of the Four10 and frankly none of my (embarrassingly too many) other cabs are getting a look in. The Four 10 is a natural fit with each of my four tube heads, it has its own character which is just what I hear in my head for my more r'n'b/blues style of playing, but it also still lets the nuances of each different head come through. Despite the delivery mix up I am very happy with the metal grill and will stick with that in the future. I have just replied to my fourth private message on Talkbass about it, so seem to be an unofficial ambassador for the Four 10. I hope it is transferring into sales for you. I am still contemplating getting a 12 ohm Two 10 to place on top, although I have yet to get close to the limits of the Four 10. If I do so I would probably get a four ohm crossover sent at the same time in case I ended up using it more as a single cab - how much does a backplate/crossover cost?

Many thanks,

Tim Walton


26/05/16 - Four10 - NZ

Just wanted to let you know I am totally enamoured of the Four10 and frankly none of my (embarrassingly too many) other cabs are getting a look in. The Four10 is a natural fit with each of my four tube heads, it has its own character which is just what I hear in my head for my more r'n'b/blues style of playing, but it also still lets the nuances of each different head come through. Despite the delivery mix up I am very happy with the metal grill and will stick with that in the future. I have just replied to my fourth private message on Talkbass about it, so seem to be an unofficial ambassador for the Four10. I hope it is transferring into sales for you. I am still contemplating getting a 12 ohm Two 10 to place on top, although I have yet to get close to the limits of the Four 10. If I do so I would probably get a four ohm crossover sent at the same time in case I ended up using it more as a single cab.

Tim