Harley Benton G412A

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Guitar Cabinet

  • Slanted design
  • Equipment: 4 x 12" Loudspeaker
  • Power handling: Mono 280 W @16 Ohm or 4 Ohm, Stereo 2 x 140 W @ 8 Ohm
  • 2 Large integrated carrying handles
  • Jack connection
  • Removable castors
  • Maximum SPL: 129 dB
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 712 x 355 x 712 mm
  • Weight: 39 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Suitable protective cover: Article number 268686 (not included)
available since June 2005
Item number 179670
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Max. Load 280 W
Impedance 8, 16
Stereo Yes
Angled Design Yes
Weight 39,0 kg
2.090 kr
Plus kr200 shipping
Since we ship from Germany, additional costs through taxes and customs may be incurred
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Great for Price
RobX 11.03.2018
I wanted a cheap cab to leave in rehersals suitable for various heads...as one is a Fender with only 4ohm out this was ideal with the 4/16 ohm option in mono.In fact it was the deciding factor as nothing else seemed to offer 4 ond 16!
It is smaller overall than my Marshalls,which suits,I was expecting MDF but this is ply like the vintage version,all good there.
The speakers are unbranded but look robust and sound just fine...this cab performs perfectly well.
The castors however are total junk,and arrived already bent....however Tube Amp Doctor Fender-style castors are a direct fit and worth the ¤25 to have the cab move easily....I included them with an order of tubes and had them fitted in about 10mins.The actual attachment method is good,two screws and two bolts into threaded inserts and I reused the HB fixings.
The "tolex" is soft and will mark easily...again good as the heads are all old and battered,it will match before long!
Overall I'm pleased with this,its basically solid and there's nothing that can't be easily changed out as time passes so I expect to get a lot of years out of it...in fact I think it will be gigged at times as it is that bit lighter and more compact...
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A beast of a cabinet
Mousquetaire 13.08.2020
A monstrous cabinet. Much larger than i expected. I use it with a boss katana 100w head. The sound is massive even on the 0.5w setting, which is more than enough for house practice. On the 50w and 100w setting the cabinet really show his presence and his might while retaining great clarity. You don't need that powerful of an amp to feel the thunderous force of the 4x12'' celestion speakers. More than enough to gig. It's a very heavy and large cabinet, but easily movable on his wheel. For transports you will need an other set of arms to help you when you meet stairs. Very happy with my purchase.
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Harley Benton G412A
Pia H. 01.01.2014
I bought this 2010 and been using it almost daily since I got this. Really reliable for playing live. If you need a cheap and realiable cab, this is the way to go.
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Compliments to Thomann!
ijdb 06.10.2019
A very cheap 4x12 cabinet with enough punch for metal sounds. It is ofcourse not comparable with its bigger brother which is fitted with Celestions but it is a very good cabinet to start with.

The finish of the tolex is not state of the art however, and the trolley wheels are not that sturdy as It came with a bent one at delivery. However the wheels are removeable and the rubbers will keep it in place during a high volume session.

Is used combined with a Bugera G5 infinium, Harley Benton Ultimate Drive, Behringer NR300 Noise Reducer and Harley Benton Vintage Overdrive. It really sounds well, you will never get anything alike for the same budget! approx ~ 550-600 eu.
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