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Fender MH-412 4x12 Speaker Cabinet
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The Fender MH-412 Speaker Cabinet is designed especially for Fender's monster MH-500 Metalhead. Each enclosure holds 4 - 12", 100W Celestion speakers...Read More
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The perfect companion to the MH-500 Metalhead!
The Fender MH-412 Speaker Cabinet is designed especially for Fender's monster MH-500 Metalhead. Each enclosure holds 4 - 12", 100W Celestion speakers and matches the flight case look of the Fender Metalhead amp. Rugged 13-ply birch construction with nickel-plated steel edge reinforcement is ideal for the road. Both straight and angled-front MH-412 cabs come with pop-out casters; straight model has caster cups for stacking the Fender angled cab.
- 4 - 12" Celestion speakers
- Handles up to 400W
- Rugged construction
MH-412 4x12 Speaker Cabinet
- 30"W x 30"H x 15"D
- 4 ohms
- 106 lbs.
Reviewed by 9 customers
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This cab handles very nicely, It's the best cab I've ever played/owned/and looked at.I'm using a Randall rg200 g2 200W combo amp as a head along with several pedals, such as Digitech RP300A, Dunlop Crybaby From Hell, Boss PS-5 Super Shifter, and Boss RC-2 Loop Station.All in all, I gotta say everything handles nicely, got a smooth chug to it, but is pretty darn heavy.It weighs the same as two Marshall Valvestate 4S12 cabs. And that's it's ONLY Downside.
Because they're expensive. But I have to say, Fender finally did something worthwhile! They are built Extremely well!! And they live up to their name, they are definitely for the METAL HEAD!! These are without a doubt some of the best cabs on the market! But again, they are expensive. They definitely have more style than any other cab out there.
I bought the straight cab used, really a steal. I first played a Randall G300 Hybrid Head through it, and then moved up to a POD Pro XT with Mesa 2:90 Poweramp and both setups provided the massive metal tones I needed. I would probably only trust one other cab to provide tone similar to the MH41 that would be a Mesa/Boogie 4x12. But where the Fender MH412 really has that extra touch is in the awesome chrome-on-black aesthetic... VERY metal. It is rather heavy, but also incredibly durable. It is loaded with Celestion 12", some real premium speakers. Don't underestimate the power they can pack. The term "bowel-loosening" is thrown around loosely these days, but look no further than the Fender MH412 to really get LOW, chuggy metal. Aside from that, I think this is a bit much for a cab. However, one of thjese babies can handle 400 watts at 4 ohms, and a full stack deals out a punishing 500W at 2 ohms. DON't THINK TWICE, BUY IT NOW!!!
The perfect compliment to your MH500 head. WOW!!! This is an awesome set up and you'll love it. My next purchase will be a second one so I can complete the 550watt stack.
This Metal Head series amp rules. I own it and have played about 9 gigs with it so far and have more coming. With my Ibanez TS9 Tube Screamer and my ESP LTD EC-1000 I can model my sound to do anything from Metallica to Slipknot then tone it down a bit for some Pink Floyd and a little more bass for some nice Jazz. Its sound is superb at any volume level. Really nice set up. Definitely Have to have the metal head series amp to sum it all up. I have also used a vintage 1974 Marshal Tube Amp and that sounded great as well.
These cabs are great. they put out more sound than pretty much any other cabs. I mean they blow any other cab out of the water. The made like tanks. They are pretty darn hevy, but hey its worth it. They are a little pricy but you couldnt get a better deal for the sound.
This is what you've been waiting for, this is the best compliment to the MH-500 head, you NEED this cab.
These are better than most marshalls! they give a greater tone, loudness, distortion, everything you can think of! I didn't buy my stack from musicians freind but you should buy it from them at that price! if I would of know about musicians friend earlier I would have bought them at half the price! don't hesitate buy now!
Well let the truth be known, I have played so many amps, and have been looking for the one... so I played some marshall's, Peavey, Line 6, and my fav the Mesa Boogie collecting including the Duel Rec, and Triple rec, and was so close to buying the new Boogie Stiletto until I hooked this baby up to the MH head... and all I can say is this thing will pill the paint off your car! It is loud, the distortion sound is unbeleivable, and the clean is just what it should be, great low end, but so smooth... not the buzzing you get from alot of the more exspensive models. You wanna rock with GREAT sound.. if you like Metallica, Pantera, Killswitch Engage... you want it!