Laney LX412A
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Laney LX412A

LX412A, 4x12 Guitar Cabinet from Laney in the LX series.

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Average Score:4.0(4/5 based on 1 review)
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Zlhanh04/03/2010

Zlhanh's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Laney LX412A
Baffle mounted 4X12 celestion rocket 50
Mono, an entrance, a link
8 ohms, 200W
Used for two years and a few ...

Already a good speaker, and not very expensive. Asser "smoothed" as his grave with a thick not runny but not close anyway. Somewhat attenuated in the treble, no hump in the medium as guitar rock. It works best with full distos well, ie that go away in the bass and treble. That pushes me quite recently, it suits me well because it helps to have much denser and the sound on these frequencies without causing tympanic genocide.

And if he has a good little look. Having a grid instead of a canvas is quite a good advantage to transport without damage.

it combines well with my sound edged transistor amplifier and analogue distortion. Tested with lamps, not icky either. on the other hand tested with Matoss of line6 and marriage was less happy. Too smooth, you get to push the treble like a madman, the medium becomes annoying ... Except in the limit if you look at what his very way Lacuna Coil Block (or any groups which inspired the American sound of Lacuna Coil).

The pros: It's right, modern, no medium has the hump marshmalle (I also have a 1960A cabinet and I prefer the one for my main sound). Value for money very honest.

the -: lack a bit of precision in the low-which is present.
Skip Hop 8 / 10. Remember that this is still the entry level. But a good entry-level