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Fender Hot Rod Deluxe 112 80W 1x12 Guitar Extension Cab
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This lacquered tweed version of the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe 112 speaker cabinet features a 12" Celestion G12P-80 speaker for all-around use with a vari...Click To Read More About This Product
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This lacquered tweed version of the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe 112 speaker cabinet features a 12" Celestion G12P-80 speaker for all-around use with a variety of combo amps. The Hot Rod Deluxe 112 cab fits neatly under the Hot Rod Deluxe and Blues Deluxe combos, adding bass response and thump, apparent volume and stage coverage. This model features a lacquered tweed covering.
Enclosure rated at 8 ohms and 80 watts RMS. Fender includes a speaker cable and fitted cover with the Hot Rod Deluxe extension cab.
From its conception on through to today, countless guitarists have chosen Fender's Hot Rod Deluxe as their go-to amp, and it has proven equally popular among rock, country, punk, pop, blues and jazz players.
- Ohms: 8 ohms
- Speakers: 1-12" Celestion G12P80, 8 ohm Speaker, (P/N 0054420000)
- Features: Closed Back,
- Removable Glide Cups for Stacking
- Covering: Lacquered tweed
- Weight: 41 lb. (18.59 kg)
- Dimensions: Height: 18" (45.72 cm),
- Width: 22.5" (57.15 cm),
- Depth: 11" (27.94 cm)
- Power Handling: 80W
- Accessories: Includes Black Nylon Cover and Speaker Cable
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First a little skeptical, but now convinced - the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe 112 Extension Cab does indeed add additional punch, just as advertised.However, another nice side effect I discovered is the fact that the output seems to have cleared up a bit. With "clearing up" I actually mean that the guitar sound comes across more defined, each single string seems more noticeable - it doesn't mean that the "clean" or "dirty" sounds were more clean or less dirty, but the ability to cut thru the mix was perceived as quite improved.The craftsmanship is just as good as my Blues Deluxe amp. And with both being lacquered tweed, the whole stack looks awesome - at least in my humble opinion.The only thing I don't like too much is the price tag.The current offer of 450 bucks seems almost completely ridiculous, considering that you can pick up a 4x12 cabinet for just as much or even less money...