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Randall R412XLT100 Cabinet
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With its four 12" Celestion speakers combining for 400W of power handling, Randall's R412XLT100 is a powerful cabinet that projects a huge wall of so...Click To Read More About This Product
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With its four 12" Celestion speakers combining for 400W of power handling, Randall's R412XLT100 is a powerful cabinet that projects a huge wall of sound with a focused tight low end. It features Randall's useful Mic eliminator along with the choice of 4- or 16-ohm mono or 8-ohm stereo inputs. Birch construction with a powdercoated heavy metal grille front.
- 400W power handling
- Four Celestion G12H-100 speakers
- Powdercoated heavy metal grille front
- Void-free birch construction
- 4 & 16 ohm mono & 8 ohm stereo inputs
- Mic eliminator XLR direct stereo outs with voicing switches
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I own two of these bad boys, and they are the best sounding cabs I have ever owned! Awesome features besides the mic eliminators is the ability to switch from fat to a more treble sound with the flick of a switch behind the cab. They are built road ready and the Celestion 100w speakers can take anything your amp can dish out or befrore your ear drums pop! What are you waiting for, buy it!
First of all this is about as powerful as you can get with Randall, so if your into that alone then buy this cabinet. Secondly it sounds amazing, I run this cab with a Randall V2 and it is INSANE! The low end produced by this cab will shake the house apart and the high end will practically pierce your eardrums if your not wearing hearing protection at higher levels. As a metal guitarist I would recommend this cab to anyone who plays black metal, death metal or thrash metal. Also the XLR recording output can come in handy when your in the studio and recording live in the same room with another guitarist.