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Harley Benton G412A Vintage
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Harley Benton G412A Vintage

4x12 Guitar Cabinet de la marque Harley Benton

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Harley Benton G412A VintagePublished on 08/23/07 at 04:40
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Value for money and even more. Summary construction. Sky rotten way limit but the sound of v30 is. These speakers are taills for recording. A good old 57 to join the dome and membrane and ultra classic metal rock out instantly provided we have a quality amp and cohrents settings. I do not see the usefulness of comparing with Mesa 3 of 4 times more expensive but honestly this cabinet is a afffaire gold. We simply will avoid it in turns to stroll because of the fragility of his Tolex and its wheels.
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Harley Benton G412A VintagePublished on 12/16/09 at 08:21
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Hi,
As I am torn between buying the Harley.Benton g2x12 or g4x12 of the same mark. I will wish, have opinions. I explain my idea, or I take a g2x12 and later I bought another I stick underneath, 4x12 style and I change the last 2 hp come with two Celestion G12 K 100 (100 watts) by example, to reinforce the bass or I take a g4x12 and I change the two hp down to the same Celestion (G12K100).
The idea for the 4x12 is to separate hp (Vintage 30) from the top of the lower ones (G12K100) by a PC board 18mm. Possibly open behind the vintage 30 open like a 2x12 amp. Put two jack sockets, 1 hp for the top and one for the lower ones. Like that when I'm home I can only use the vintage 30. And...…
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Hi,
As I am torn between buying the Harley.Benton g2x12 or g4x12 of the same mark. I will wish, have opinions. I explain my idea, or I take a g2x12 and later I bought another I stick underneath, 4x12 style and I change the last 2 hp come with two Celestion G12 K 100 (100 watts) by example, to reinforce the bass or I take a g4x12 and I change the two hp down to the same Celestion (G12K100).
The idea for the 4x12 is to separate hp (Vintage 30) from the top of the lower ones (G12K100) by a PC board 18mm. Possibly open behind the vintage 30 open like a 2x12 amp. Put two jack sockets, 1 hp for the top and one for the lower ones. Like that when I'm home I can only use the vintage 30. And as I have a double body 100 w marshall, I can use the 4x12 if necessary. That's the idea if I explained well. Is it useful to separate the high and low hp if I do branch as the top ????
thank you

frederik
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RodTheModRodTheMod

Eyes closed!

Harley Benton G412A VintagePublished on 04/19/13 at 17:13
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I bought this cabinet eyes closed. Let me explain:
1) The quality / price is just unbeatable,
2) Harley Benton (Thomann) still has the merit of offering a cheap cabinet plywood, not MDF (such as Palmer, who charges his cabinet with four V30 to 490 € on the edge of the flight)
3) Very subjective, but this speaker has convinced me that the classic Marshall 1960 G12T-75, metalheads friends or fan V30 will not be disappointed,
4) This is a good investment knowing that keep all four of the V30 speaker + the cost of an empty cabinet craftsman will cost you less than a Mesa cabinet.

What else?
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Harley Benton G412A VintagePublished on 10/25/06 at 08:32
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J bought this box, and frankly we feel that c is the V30, we feel that they want, c is dynamic, specific, etc., but I have compared the mesa boogie has a standard, and impossible to hear the harley. c is really the same type of sound but with the power and bass and less, after opening the box j, and the rear ring plate is covered with foam so that c j imagine it is that prevents the proper projection of his ... I'm in the middle of the box modif. j I removed the foam, I'll put a plate on the rear more, and I'll put one inside wall to separate it into 2x212 and I verais if the prob is fixed ...
basically very good box (value for money) do not forget that it is a € 350,
are many...…
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J bought this box, and frankly we feel that c is the V30, we feel that they want, c is dynamic, specific, etc., but I have compared the mesa boogie has a standard, and impossible to hear the harley. c is really the same type of sound but with the power and bass and less, after opening the box j, and the rear ring plate is covered with foam so that c j imagine it is that prevents the proper projection of his ... I'm in the middle of the box modif. j I removed the foam, I'll put a plate on the rear more, and I'll put one inside wall to separate it into 2x212 and I verais if the prob is fixed ...
basically very good box (value for money) do not forget that it is a € 350,
are many celestion V30, but the sound is as restrained, as if there was no projection nor (what rescent very strong) (so it does not mix with the core group) but I verais after modification that gives the ( the plate that I bought the MDF is 1.5cm and cost me € 15 so nothing too excessive)
if not comparable to the mesa was performed with a peavey XXX so big sauce and the head was pushed more than half. We feel therefore that the hp n have no problem conceding a very high volume (since it works well s V30), but the box did not projection ...
result after modification!

at worst, I keep the V30, its me reviend cheaper than buying them separately
So I put 6 / 10 for sound (because of the box, not hp) and 14/10 for value for money (which means the V30 with reduction of € 100?)
I will change the note after changing the box
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  • Manufacturer: Harley Benton
  • Model: G412A Vintage
  • Category: 4x12 Guitar Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 05/29/2006

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