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ENGL E412SG Standard Straight 4x12 Cabinet
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  • arnobooga59arnobooga59

    ENGL E412SG Standard Straight 4x12 CabinetPublished on 07/31/05 at 06:29
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Ben here I just do my damn plaiz and it's good
    I play a head 6505 which was initially coupled to an hp peavey xxl
    big disappointment and frankly not much less severe acute sudden questioning of stuff ensues various scratch tests (mine is mounted with a DiMarzio explore dropzone)
    and still no sound so I call into question the hp and I completely cracked the engl who made a huge (severe monstrous idem in mid and high) definition of egg
  • Massimo RomeoMassimo Romeo

    ENGL E412SG Standard Straight 4x12 CabinetPublished on 11/12/05 at 04:50
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    Oh, I got much pleasure by coupling the speaker to a blackmore 100 of the same brand.
    Only one thing to say, it sounds and it sounds! 'The Germans are strong

    I get out of a Marshall JCM800 1960A and nothing to do: you have the impression that Marshall was choking on his head. For example: prior to the sound is correct, I had to shoot low and to donf meds. Other eq settings altered little or no sound. With the 4x12, you can have access to new sounds, with an inaccessible box of poor quality.


    Other advantages: Accuracy, dynamic look that hard (for me anyway)

    So I'm sure if you read my, you have to wonder what it's worth compared to its big brother the vintage (in v30). For me, th…
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    Oh, I got much pleasure by coupling the speaker to a blackmore 100 of the same brand.
    Only one thing to say, it sounds and it sounds! 'The Germans are strong

    I get out of a Marshall JCM800 1960A and nothing to do: you have the impression that Marshall was choking on his head. For example: prior to the sound is correct, I had to shoot low and to donf meds. Other eq settings altered little or no sound. With the 4x12, you can have access to new sounds, with an inaccessible box of poor quality.


    Other advantages: Accuracy, dynamic look that hard (for me anyway)

    So I'm sure if you read my, you have to wonder what it's worth compared to its big brother the vintage (in v30). For me, the V30 sounds a bit better with a bit of precision to + clean. But frankly, this "gain" is not equal to the price difference between the vintage and standard (approx € 250). Here, you do not ruin you and 98% of quality vintage

    In short: Great box, I put 10/10 for value for money is excellent (and say it is the price of a nine 1960A )

    This choice I would do the fingers in the nose (not to say your eyes closed)
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