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Laney TT412 240W 4x12 Guitar Extension Cabinet
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Laney TT412 guitar speaker cabinets are designed to handle the wide range of output characteristics produced by the TT amplifier heads. Each TT412 sp...Click To Read More About This Product
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World-class voice for your TT series head.
Laney TT412 guitar speaker cabinets are designed to handle the wide range of output characteristics produced by the TT amplifier heads. Each TT412 speaker extension cab is equipped with Celestion vintage 30 drivers.
- Power RMS: 240 Watts
- Inputs: Double (Paralleled) Jacks
- Impedance: 16 Ohms
- Drivers: 4 x 12" Celestion Vintage 30
- Baffle: Angled
- Castors: Yes
- Cabinet Design: Premium custom-designed plywood cabinet optimised for use with the TT series valve heads. Chrome corners, metal grip handles
- Weight: 45 Kg
- Dimensions (mm): 706 x 706 x 355
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- Better Than Marshall Yes
- great low end
- Massive Sound
- Rugged Built Like A Tank
- Total Clarity
- Vintage 30s Are Amazing
Ill start this off by saying that ive been through the mill with cabs. Drivers packing up, jack inputs being worn, tone not up to scratch, not enough low end or clarity. All cabs were Marshall. Why did i go for them? Because i play through a vintage Marshall head and thought their cabs should compliment the amps. So i tried a few other cabs and settled on this humdinger. I tried it, loved it then did some research and found very little info apart from a few scattered reviews and the company blurb and spec.
Let me tell you though, if you want a solid great sounding cab that will only enhance the tone from your amp look no further. I bought the TT412s which admittedly is a tank but i play through a Marshall 1959 reissue and this cab suits it better than anything ive tried from the Marshall range above and below its price. I play mostly alternative to hard rock and blues and this offers sparkling clarity, heavy downtuned low end clarity you just dont get in a Marshall cab and reliability.
I cant praise this cab enough. Not only does it do exactly what i want, its cheaper than anything else with V30s in the Marshall range. The Cab is solidly built and its only draw back is its size and weight, which, when your buying a cab is not really that great a concern anyway. Plus for onstage presence it is a monster.