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VHT Deliverance 412 Guitar Cab
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Absolute simplicity is at the heart of the Deliverance concept. "I'm inspired by guitar music, and I thrive on the element of surprise that occurs wh...Click To Read More About This Product
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Delivers the tone you want.
Absolute simplicity is at the heart of the Deliverance concept. "I'm inspired by guitar music, and I thrive on the element of surprise that occurs when a player discovers there is a lot more going on than that which initially meets the eye," states VHT founder and designer Steve Fryette. "And as stomp boxes become increasingly important sound sculpting tools, players will find Deliverance amps to be pedal friendly and ultra-responsive."
This 200W cab's unique design and construction will enhance the "wood" of the guitar tone and emphasize cabinet resonance, speaker breakup, and amplifier saturation while maintaining distinction on low notes. Feature 4 - 12" VHT-designed Eminence P50E speakers in VHT's front-mounted configuration to produce an excellent balance of vintage ambiance and modern tonal detail. Comes "stereo ready."
- 200 watts RMS, 16 ohms mono and 100WPC, 8 ohms stereo
- 4 - 12" VHT-designed Eminence P50E speakers
- Front-mounted configuration
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If any of you are looking for a quality cab with great sound this is for you. It surpasses any mesa, marshall, krank, or randall cab about there. I run a peavey 5150 and krank krankenstein through one of these cabs and a mesa 4X12 and you can definetly hear the beefyness and clarity out of the delivrance over the mesa cab. Defintly worthwhile to check out.
I have this cab and use it with a Sigx and a Deliverance 60. I find it a little boxy sounding and have to use eq settings and resonance controls to tune it out. I have a vht fat bottom that sounds so much better. And I have a Mesa Recto cab that I find more balanced tonally. Also, the jacks on the back are plastic and mine came new striped so you can't tighten it, the little nut falls off all the time and the threaded part of the jack is falling into the cab. Major pain in the A_S. I do like the look and overall sound. Just a bit boxy depends on amp used.
Ive owned krank peavey mesa marshall and orange cabs and this cab out performs them all. i play through an ENGL Powerball on a 7 string and this thing handles the low end, unlike a mesa and the other companies; with the v30s that get muddy with lower tunings, the P50 speakers in this break up real nice but keep all the clarity and detail. the cab also adds so much character to the guitar and amp and make them sound much more natural. im grabbing another one