Some players are big suckers for the gear which looks like it has actually been released in 2015... big fans of all sorts of modern stuff (even though not all the time useful or fairly-priced, that's true): they like bright LEDs and sharp edges, futuristic designs made to facelift usual products rather than add to the functional side. They're OK.
Now there is the exact opposite type of players, who can't (and won't, if possible) even take a good look at the gear above: they're the ones who buy "vintage"
and "tweed"! I won't go that far as to start profiling this other kind of player but rather insist on what new gear can a "vintage & tweed" lover buy.
It's time to introduce the new bass cabinet from Aguillar! Now, I guess that few of you have heard of this name but they're quite strong on the vintage side and are rather into luxury guitar (and bass) gear than into block-blasting industry like some other brands.
The new DB112 is (as its name says it clear) a 13-ply Baltic Birch bass box loaded with a 12" Eminence loudspeaker handling 300W at 8 Ohms. The Eminence driver has a heavy-duty cast frame and its sensitivity is 102dB; the lows it produces are well-completed with the Phenolic tweeter with internal phase plug and if this isn't enough for the sound you want to achieve, the custom crossover allowing you variable tweeter control should do. Finally, on the tech side, the DB112 comes with one Neutrik Speakon and two 1/4" jack inputs.
This bass box comes in 4 different colors: Chocolate Thunder, Classic Black, Monster Green, and the new Boss Tweed (as pictured) and metal corners/rubber feet, with a limited three-years-warranty. Optionally, you can go for a padded cover for the (rather "too luxury") price of $89.99. Considering that the cabinet itself sells for $659...