Cascade /kaˈskād/ noun

  1. A mass of something that falls in copious or luxuriate quantities
  2. A handmade speaker cabinet that speaks volumes

Most speaker cabinets are made to hold a speaker, and that’s about it. It’s a box to hold a piece of equipment- boom, done.

So wouldn’t it be cool if your cabinet actually did as much work as you?

When your cab is a Cascade cab, you can use a pedal from the thrift shop with an amp that found at a garage sale, and you can make it sing. That’s because these things aren’t just a box, they’re tools in themselves that just so happen to house a speaker. Nothing is absorbed, everything is polished, and your sound comes out crystal clear no matter how muddy it was when it went into it.