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Epiphone Triggerman Guitar Speaker Cabinet
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With 280W handling capacity, the big, beautiful Epiphone Triggerman Guitar Speaker Cabinet is the perfect match to the Triggerman 100H head (sold sep...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Triggerman Cabinet: 4 - 12" specially designed speakers in mono or stereo.
With 280W handling capacity, the big, beautiful Epiphone Triggerman Guitar Speaker Cabinet is the perfect match to the Triggerman 100H head (sold separately) or any other bruiser you want to plug into it. Cool vintage Epiphone design features rattan speaker cover, rugged red Tolex covering, tough corner reinforcements, and cream piping. Recessed handles make it easy to grasp and transport.
- 280W handling
- 4 special-design 12" speakers
- Mono or stereo operation
- Rattan speaker cover
- Corner reinforcements
- Cream piping
- Recessed handles
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It is a great amp. I played it with a Mesa Single Rectifier. It compliments the head very well. I didn't expect it to be as good as it was. I might buy one myself.
The first thing I noticed about the cabinet was the retro looks, which is really cool. The second thing I noticed was the weight. This cab is pretty heavy. I was able to pick it up on my own and move it around, but it wasn't easy. The multiple inputs in the back are really handy. The sound is pretty good, no problems with it. I bought this cabinet to go with a Valve Junior, and I must say it's a perfect match.
If you need a cover for this cabinet, I found that the Fender Tone Master 412 Cabinet Cover has the exact specs as this cabinet. I can live with the Fender name on the Epiphone cabinet.Also, I only gave a 9 in the Quality dept because the covering on the cabinet is cheap and a small ding will rip it. I put three good dings in it on my first trip to practice (hence the cover). I actually contemplated putting edging on it to prevent it. Other than that I love the tone on this cabinet.
I've played a few 4x12 cabinets, and although this is my first one, I love it. I own the valve junior head, and it sounds very good with it. Gets pretty loud with it too. I also have the crate powerblock, and since I only use 75 watts of it (the powerblock sends out 150 watts) for one cab, its flippin loud. I assure you, this amp will keep you happy if you use the correct head, but i'd reccomend some casters (its really heavy just like all 4x12's for the price). I reccomend it.
Bought this cab because it was cheap but looked great love the retro. When I hooked it up was very pleased with the sound. I have a randall 4x12 and a crate 4x12. This epiphone sounds richer and more even then the other two. It can handle a ton of low end so you drop d-ers or 7 string players it will handle it. As far as its 280 watt handeling no problem Im running two 150 watt tube carvin amplifiers one per side on this cab. Even all the way up it doesnt quit or distort it just wants more. As far as weight it lighter than the other two I mentioned very easy to manage. I do recommend casters 25 bucks at lowes. Great amp great price great sound AWESOME
I just got mine with the matching head. Sounds and looks incredible with the head, already played three shows with it and it's holding up pretty good. The gain channel really comes through good through this cab lots of support and great highs and lows! I'd Recommend it!