4x12 Guitar Cabinets

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Friedman Brown Eye 412 - 4x12" Guitar Cabinet - Black
N Stuff Price$1199.00
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Line 6 Spider 412 CAB - 320 Watt 4x12" Guitar Cabinet - Black
N Stuff Price$299.99
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Marshall 1960A - 300 Watt 4x12" Guitar Cabinet - Black
N Stuff Price$949.99
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Marshall 1960AV - 280 Watt 4x12" Guitar Combo - Black
N Stuff Price$1249.99
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Mesa Boogie 4x12 Recto - 240 Watt 4x12" Slant Guitar Cabinet - Black
N Stuff Price$1149.00
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Peavey 6505 Slant - 240 Watt 4x12" Guitar Combo - Black
N Stuff Price$799.99
Availability: Out Of Stock

First we should talk about what “4x12” means if you are new to the guitar cabinet world and have not already figured it out. “4x12” denotes the number of speakers in the cabinet and the size in inches of that speaker. So this configuration denotes that there are 4 speakers in the cabinet and each speaker is a 12 inch speaker. There ya go! Simple as ice cream. Boy I could eat some ice cream, but I digress.

4x12 cabinets, they can’t help but make you think of all of the rock guitar titans who have made them such an iconic part of their image. Who could picture Eddie Van Halen without his stacks of Marshall cabinets? For guitarists like Randy Rhoads and James Hetfield and Kirk Hammett of Metallica, stacks of Marshall and Mesa/Boogie speaker cabinets have become synonymous with their image and music. 4x12 speaker cabinets are the ultimate in pushing a huge abundance of sound and making your bell-bottoms flap in the wind of all that sound. It feels as if you could almost lean back against it. No bigger rock guitar sound can be produced from a single speaker cabinet than from a 4x12. Something really cool you can do is even take a small head rated at 15, 25, or 30 watts, and as long as the impedance corresponds, plug it into a 4x12 guitar cabinet and hear how loud and powerful it will make even the smallest heads sound. Now, just imagine pumping that 100 watt Marshall, Mesa/Boogie, Suhr, Friedman, or any other type of powerful head into a 4x12 guitar cabinet, and BAM! There’s the iconic rock guitar sound.

4x12 guitar cabinets are not going to be nearly as easy to transport as a 1x12 or 2x12, but it can absolutely be done, just be sure you have the proper space and gig setting to utilize this kind of speaker power.

Our guitar cabinet brands range from 3rd Power, Friedman, Bogner, Mesa/Boogie, Suhr, Marshall, Fender, and others.

Be sure when selecting or playing through a guitar cabinet that your amp and guitar cabinet are rated at the same impedance (in ohms) so that they can both function properly and cooperatively. Some guitar amps contain external speaker jacks for different impedance ratings in which you would have a much wider range of speaker cabinets you could use with the amp.

A key factor in deciding what type of guitar cabinets are going to produce a good sound and be of good quality is what the cabinet is made of. Often times you will see quality cabinets being made of woods such as birch, pine, and other quality woods which not only make for a good sound, but a rather lightweight and durable package as well.

The wattage listed for a speaker cabinet is going to tell what wattage the speakers are capable of handling, wattage that is higher than the speakers will pump too much into the speaker and potentially cause issues to the speaker cabinet and your sound. And also keep in mind you need a cabinet that is equal or greater in impedance than the guitar amp in order for the cabinet to function. Contact us today at N Stuff Music for any questions regarding speaker cabinets.

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