I have been using it for several months to replace the smaller V110nt.
It's a good cabinet and, given its sound and looks, it's a perfect match for the Night Train and Lil Night Train amp heads, obviously...
- Good finish
- Very compact, so transportable; not bulky
- Not expensive (I'm talking about the first version, secondhand, because the new V112 nt G2, isn't cheap!).
- A small marketing subtlety: The speaker is not an original Celestion Greenback but a "custom designed for Vox" model (unlike the V112nt G2, which explains the price difference). However, I can't say if there's a big difference in terms of sound.
- You can't place the Lil Night Train directly on top due to the height of the handle! Although it's probably the same with other amp heads. Check that beforehand or get some wedges...
I've been using it for a year but have tested many cabs before.
It's small, pretty light and with a sturdy construction, I find the design pretty neat.
I believe the greenback inside has a very good sound and with its nice open cab it sounds very good. In my opinion, the lows are much less present, softer. Its characteristic tone makes it a good companion for rock, especially Brit rock like The Strokes, but it's also quite convincing for ACDC. It's okay for blues, but when you go into a more modern direction, like metal, it's obvious that it's not its domain.
Considering the price of a greenback alone and the finish of the cab, I think the V112NT is a great deal.
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