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Superior quality, vintage-voiced stack cab.
The slanted front of the Behringer Ultrastack BG412H 4x12" Angled Guitar Speaker Cabinet makes it perfect for stacking with the BG4121F cab. It's loaded with 4 custom-made 100W 12" speakers and has switching for either 16-ohm or 2x8-ohm operation. E1 MDF material is joined with tongue-and-groove and multiglued for tight, durable construction. Premium hardware includes steel grille, oversized chrome corners, die-cast handles, and detachable casters. 32"W x 31"H x 17"D. 104 lbs.
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Most Liked Positive Review
It's built like a tank, I don't buy reviewers claim's that they've fixed anything or the cabinets popped apart. I've had mine for almost 3 years and have gigged with it more times than...Read complete review
It's built like a tank, I don't buy reviewers claim's that they've fixed anything or the cabinets popped apart. I've had mine for almost 3 years and have gigged with it more times than I can count. I've also had it open and the construction is rock solid, it's actually more solid than a lot of big name cabinets I've seen the guts of.The sound is equal to anything else on the market, if it suits your taste then great, if not, that just means you have different taste. The quality is there, it just takes a lot to drive the speakers. A good pedal like the UltraMetal or Metal Zone can pick up your amps slack.
Most Liked Negative Review
It is a horrible amp.
The sound was muddled together. The sound would cut out at relatively small volumes. It dulls out the kinds of high notes that I need for my style of playing. It is a...Read complete review
The sound was muddled together. The sound would cut out at relatively small volumes. It dulls out the kinds of high notes that I need for my style of playing. It is a horrible amp for any type of music.
Reviewed by 50 customers
As of today I have had my Behringer 4x12 cab since 2002 and my ONLY complaint is the caster that come on the cab are poorly made. I have never changed speakers or made ANY modifications to my cab and it has treated my very well and sounds great regardless of what amp I plung into it. I've used Mesa heads, Marshall heads, and currently use my reissue Sunn ModelT. Its still goin strong after 12 hard years of use and abuse! Awesome cab!
I own this cab and it takes alot of solid-state power but I use a modified Peavey Heritage 130-watt tube and the speakers are the down fall I replaced them with a few scorpions and it's a 800-watt continuous power cab and it sounds great the empty cab alone is worth the money they are made like a tank... for most people this will be enough to get the job done but for me the speakers were the weak point "squeels" make the cones blow up or get really hott!!!
Probably the best cab, and most durable cab. Sound that comes out is so incredible. Ive had it for over 5 years, its fallen out of my truck twice, and still sounds amazing.
I bought this cab to compliment my Bugera 6262 and it's great. Plenty of headroom to crank it up without fear of damaging the speakers. Like most high output speakers it reproduces rather than "flavors" it's input signal. Built very solid and a great value!!
I have both the angle and straight cab that I use for a full stack, and let me tell you,these cabs can handle serious wattage. I run my marshall, Randall, and Crate hds, these cabs do not compromise any of their dstinctive sound. The stereo selection is good at lower volumns, but when you are up to 5 you've unleashed madness,stereo won't matter unless you daisy chain these cabs. at full bore these cabs will literally shake the concrete you stand on, I've taken it to extremes with no damage. I've had mine for 4 years and practice 2 hrs. Almost everyday not a single problem. Trying to transport these cab is a pain because they are heavy and rugged, and the casters really suck, it rolls opposite of where you push. But for the price you can't go wrong.
This is a professional speaker cabinet. It's heavy-duty and handles amazing power. Through my experience the best tone can be achieved with some sort of digital modeling. I use a Line 6 POD XT Live and it is amazing. The reason I lean more towards modeling is because the speakers work best at reproducing the exact sound of your amplifier. The more popular, expensive cabinets like Marshall have certain "tone" that people seek. The benefit of a modeler is the fact that you can model actual speakers and cabinets. Through this cabinet the tone is spot-on to whatever is coming out of your amplifier: there is no "flavoring" from the speakers. I personally recommend running a modeler through a simple power amp then into the cabinet. You'll be set to go. Over the past year that I've been using this cabinet (at very high volume 2-4 times per week) it just smiles and rocks the night away!
I had taken a break from playing gigs and wasn't practicing very much so I sold my marshall half stack and when I got the band back together about 3 years ago I was straped for cash and needed a cab to play shows with so I bought this.Not the best in the world but a bang for the buck as they say first off You gotta break 'em so they don't sound so good at first but they start coming around eventually but they do lack a bit of low end so turn down the highs and up the lows a bit and all will be well you just gotta get your settings on your head right.Besides your head is where most your sound or lack of comes into play so buy a good head and it'll work out buy a marshall head but DO NOT and I repeat DO NOT buy a hughes and ketner I've fixed mine twice and it still make a crackling sound????they're pieces of(well you get the idea) Got a good deal on it if its any constalation HA HA So I'm using a peavey P.A. head for my guitar as of the moment til I get the cash to buy a new one(being a starving musician sucks).So wish me luck OH YEA one more thing that whole stereo/mono switch crap don't waste your time on it
Well i bought the Behringer Ultrastack BG412H cab about 3 months ago, and let me tell you, for one! It's pretty heavy! And like what is said in almost all reviews, the casters arent to good. But you can deal with it if you push it right or just get new ones. Constructively, its built like a tank! The metal handles are a plus. Soundwise, while running a Gibson SG Standard and a Marshall MG100, then a B-52 AT-100, It sounds good LOUD! Thats just my preference. Low tight end at lower volumes, but when you crank your head, the Mids and highs come out immaculatley! The Speakers have a natural breaking point which i like, im it says 400 watts capability, but im not so sure it can handle that much. But overall, this cabinet is surely something worth getting if your really low on cash!
This is a really good sounding cab. I have had it for a little bit longer than a yeah. and its still holding up nice. I play shows about 2 or 3 times a month with my band. It is a hardcore/scremo band, which mean there is a lot of distortion. This cab take it well.Cons:The Covering rips really Easy.The casters a really bad!Its pretty heavy/bulky.Over all this amp is worth it tho. It comes at a great price and sounds good. The caster can be fixed, just buy new ones.
Nice, Heavy Duty, Beasty Cab.Casters are no good, might as well buy new ones.It lies when it says 100 watt speakers, because I took mine apart and they said 75 right on them.The stereo function doesn't work either.But it sounds good, I don't know if it's the cab, but there's a lot of feedback. (Ibanez Iceman > Boss Gt-8 > Crate power block > Cab)also works good as a bass amp!