Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet Black, Slant 889406537545

Item #: 
502590005903006
  • Write a Review

The Bugera 412H-BK Speaker Cabinet not only perfectly complements Bugera's all-tube amp heads, but also matches virtually any amp head with its 4 original 12" Bugera speakers. Bugera loads this crushi... Click To Read More About This Product

We're sorry—we no longer carry this item.

Find a similar product below or contact us for a recommendation of a great alternative.

Call: 866-498-7882 Email or Chat

Recommended Products
Overview

The Bugera 412H-BK Speaker Cabinet not only perfectly complements Bugera's all-tube amp heads, but also matches virtually any amp head with its 4 original 12" Bugera speakers. Bugera loads this crushing guitar speaker cabinet with the same they put into production years ago-still made by hand in Bugera's own factory.

The 412-H speaker cab is a monster matched to work perfectly with all Bugera amp heads. The cab's flexible mono-stereo mode switches from 200W, 16-Ohm mono to 2x100W, 8-Ohm stereo operation.

The Bugera 412H-BK Speaker Cabinet isn't just kind to your ears. Your wrists and back will rejoice at how easy it is to transport, thanks to the cab's recessed handles and built-in rollers. With reinforced corners and protective vinyl covering, the Bugera 412H-BK Speaker Cab is built to take a serious beating.

Features
  • With 200 Watts of handling power, this vintage-style tuned cabinet is the perfect complement to virtually any valve head
  • Four 12" heavy-duty Bugera speakers for ultimate guitar tone
  • Switchable 200-Watt, 16-Ohm mono or 2x100-Watt, 8-Ohm stereo mode operation
  • Recessed carrying handles and rollers for easy transportation
  • Extremely low-resonance and low-vibration cabinet
Specifications
  • Speaker type: 4 x 12" Bugera vintage guitar series, 12G50J4
    Power rating (mono/stereo): 200 Watts/100 Watts
    Impedance (mono/stereo): 16 Ohms/8 Ohms
    Dimensions: 30"W x 30"H x 15"D
    Weight: 85 lb.
  • Customer Reviews
Loading....

Review Snapshot

by PowerReviews
Bugera412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet
 
3.5

(based on 19 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (5)
  • Good audio (3)
  • Versatile (3)

Cons

  • Bulky/heavy (3)

Best Uses

  • Performances (4)
  • Outdoor events / games (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Update to cabinet review

22
OK folks, I gave this cabinet a poor rating just when I got this cabinet because the speakers sounded very thin and tinny. Well, I'll let you know right now...Read complete review

22
OK folks, I gave this cabinet a poor rating just when I got this cabinet because the speakers sounded very thin and tinny. Well, I'll let you know right now " you have to break these things in" After several weeks of playing at moderate volumes the cones have broken in. The sound has now changed from tinny and thin to a more solid bass and mid tone. I take it Bugera does not burn in these speakers before they install them. The only thing I would tell Bugera is to burn them in (meaning let the paper cone flex for several hours before installing) before installing them. It made a hugh diffence after break in. They actually now have as much bass and mid tones as my fender twin' s Jensen speakers. Anyone buying these need to realize they need to break in before you'll get the real sound.
ww

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Keep saving...

I purchased the Bugera 333xl head along with this cabinet roughly a year ago, and I'm regretting buying this cab. The Bugera speakers deliver a muffled, fuzzy tone, and ruin what could be...Read complete review

I purchased the Bugera 333xl head along with this cabinet roughly a year ago, and I'm regretting buying this cab. The Bugera speakers deliver a muffled, fuzzy tone, and ruin what could be perfectly good tone. I've plugged the 333xl into other cabs, and it sounds phenomenal. The wood they use is possibly condensed monkey dung, there is no resonance at high volumes, and the tolex is very flaky and cheap. So if you are contemplating buying this cab, please do yourself a favor and keep saving, or search for a used cab of a decent brand. This is a definite do not buy if you plan on gigging or recording. A backup of a backup of a backup at the very most. That being said, the new Bugera heads, with infinium technology and reliability issues solved, are amazing and extremely underrated.

Reviewed by 19 customers

Displaying reviews 1-10

Back to Top

Previous | Next »

 
4.0

Yeah

By John

from San antonio tx

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Clear Sound
  • Easy To Use
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet:

    To jam

     
    4.0

    Beginners Cab, That's not a bad thing...

    By curtisw3 (beginner)

    from Spartanburg, SC

    About Me Novice

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Has wheels on one side.

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet:

        This is "not" an $1100 cab with Celestion vintage 30's. It's a low priced cab that's perfect for me. I could have bought a smaller cab or one by another company, but this one looks and sounds good with my low watt Bugera G5 amp. I'm not going to replace the speakers. If I ever want vintage 30's I'll get another cab. Perfect beginners cab...

        (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Keep saving...

        By spiralout_keepgoing

        from Chicago, Illinois

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Enough Power Handling

        Cons

        • Bad Build Quality
        • Bulky/Heavy
        • Poor Quality Wood
        • Poor Sound Quality

        Best Uses

        • Assaulting Eardrums
        • Events
        • Make Good Amps Sound Bad
        • Performances

        Comments about Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet:

        I purchased the Bugera 333xl head along with this cabinet roughly a year ago, and I'm regretting buying this cab. The Bugera speakers deliver a muffled, fuzzy tone, and ruin what could be perfectly good tone. I've plugged the 333xl into other cabs, and it sounds phenomenal. The wood they use is possibly condensed monkey dung, there is no resonance at high volumes, and the tolex is very flaky and cheap. So if you are contemplating buying this cab, please do yourself a favor and keep saving, or search for a used cab of a decent brand. This is a definite do not buy if you plan on gigging or recording. A backup of a backup of a backup at the very most. That being said, the new Bugera heads, with infinium technology and reliability issues solved, are amazing and extremely underrated.

        (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Great cab for the price

        By WumpusEATSu

        from Seattle, WA

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Clear Sound
        • Durable
        • Easy To Use
        • Versatile

        Cons

        • Bulky/Heavy

        Best Uses

        • Amateur Recording
        • Events
        • Home Studio
        • Performances
        • Professional Recording

        Comments about Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet:

        Being on a budget, I bought one of these used to pair with my Mesa Boogie head. I wasn't expecting much, but I really like the tone this thing produces. I throw everything at it from jazzy/bluesey cleans to high gain modern metal. I've heard elsewhere that you have to break in the speakers to get a decent sound, and having bought it used, I think someone else must have done that for me, because it sounds great.

        (2 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Very poor quality!!!!!!!

        By Alex L

        from Mexico

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

          Cons

          • Poor Sound Quality
          • Pricey / Poor Value
          • Unreliable

          Best Uses

            Comments about Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet:

            Very poor quality components. Do not buy it, you will be disappointed. Very easily scratch the vinyl. You hear something free within the cabinet. Poor Sound.

            (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            How can they make these at this price..

            By Tone Smith Jr

            from Indiana

            About Me Experienced

            Pros

            • Clear Sound
            • Durable
            • Easy To Use
            • Versatile

            Cons

            • Bulky/Heavy

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Events
            • Home Studio
            • Mobile DJ
            • Performances
            • Professional Recording

            Comments about Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet:

            This is a full size 30x30x15 slant cab. Features are exactly as listed. That said It sounds amazing with my Vox, Marshall, and Bugera Infinium 333XL Heads...I bought this with the idea of a back up to my 412 Mesa Boogie rig, but, it will be on the frontline and my ole Boogie Nomad Rig can stay safe at home ... This cab is just packed full of punch, clarity, and tone....and at this price and quality level you can't go wrong... I am not saying this is the absolute best cab money can buy...I am saying it is a very good cabinet period... very usable and maybe even a little inspiring.... I expect that this Cab will sound even better over time as the speakers finish their break in. If you are running anything less you are missing out on the depth and feel you could have now.

            (2 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            A Beginner's Toy

            By teleman700

            from Michigan

            Comments about Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet:

            All in all, keep looking...Spend a couple hundered more, and buy something that you know you can rely on.
            It is convienient that you can switch between 8 ohm and 16 ohm ratings.
            The speakers in this cab are not meant to be used by a serious musician. At high volumes, even on a clean channel, the speakers release a funny buzz that preceed every note played. This is a rather large problem if you plan to record. Even through $1000 heads, this amp manages to blur tone into a messy cough. I am not going to bother buying new speakers, but i feel that if they were replaced, much better tone could be achieved.
            Its hard to find a 4x12 for this price, so it wins in this catagory.

            (3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            Are you kidding me, sports fan?!

            By James Williamson

            from Illinois

            Comments about Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet:

            Go somewhere else for a cabint.
            So. I purchased this cabinet at my local music shop. At the time I was between jobs and really looking for a value. I read up on this cabinet, saw a few okay reviews. Most of my intel had come from the Bugera site itself. This cabinet was made out to be a FANTASTIC value. Tons of people said it was great, a few said it was moderate, and even fewer expressed absolute disgust. Time to divulge my very own input.
            The speakers loaded into this cabinet are almost as bad as those found in a first act amplifer. They sound thin and weak, kind of like a paper bag. Gain causes these things to get really muddy, and you can barely tell what is even being played in serious dropped tunings. They give the impression that they are begging for you to just end it. You probably should. Put them out of their misery and replace them with something better. Eminence legends would be nice.

            The actual cabinet construction itself is decent. I have dropped mine out of the back of our trailer once, and it is still structurally sound. The built in wheels are kind of inconvenient. Turning corners makes this thing want to tip BAD. May as well have just thrown on casters. Seriously.
            I guess if you REALLY need a cabinet like I did, this will work. Just hope the sound guy at the gig is bad. You can blame your terrible tone on him. But don't really do that. This is an "in a pinch" cabinet. Maybe okay for a kid wanting something flashy to show his friends. Will not hold up on tour or on a serious show schedule. Save your money. Borrow someones cabinet, do anything but buy this with the intent of it being your primary rig.

            (8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Update to cabinet review

            By raphael stark

            from NY

            Comments about Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet:

            22
            OK folks, I gave this cabinet a poor rating just when I got this cabinet because the speakers sounded very thin and tinny. Well, I'll let you know right now " you have to break these things in" After several weeks of playing at moderate volumes the cones have broken in. The sound has now changed from tinny and thin to a more solid bass and mid tone. I take it Bugera does not burn in these speakers before they install them. The only thing I would tell Bugera is to burn them in (meaning let the paper cone flex for several hours before installing) before installing them. It made a hugh diffence after break in. They actually now have as much bass and mid tones as my fender twin' s Jensen speakers. Anyone buying these need to realize they need to break in before you'll get the real sound.
            ww

            (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            Just save the money and buy something a little more high end

            By raphael stark

            from NY

            Comments about Bugera 412H-BK 200W 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet:

            I figured for the $250 some dollars I wasn't going to get much but this is just awful. The speakers have absolutely no bass response,even with the bass all the way up. So I started investigating. I had also bought a bugera 333xl ampand hopingit wasn't the amp, I plugged it into my fender twin reverb speakers (jensens) and holy crap it came alve. So with that said I fugured the speakers are crap. Yep after getting the back off (which the plastic jack plate was broken in one corner) there were these beautiful (sarc) 4 ohm 50 watt speakers. They even look cheap (the magnets were3/4 the size of the jensens and even the baskets looked like cheap stamped sheet metal). held in with 4 screws and not bolts (really could the spare the hardware). The cabinet is made out of MDF (particla board) which is ok. I have used MDF to build stereo speaker cabinets (using 18" JBLs) and they have held up pretty good (although they were not traveling from gig to gig). Using this for gigging, in and out of vans and trucks,I wouldn't garrantee that the MDFwould stand up over the wood.So now I'm in rebuild mode. If you ever need to replace the jack plate good luck, the cut out is not the typical standar size, off by .5 inches wide.So with that said the jack plate is going, the speakers are being replaced with either celestions V30 or eminence. The only thing nice I have to say it looks good from the front, just don't turn it on.
            I know the price is cheap but, the old saying goes you get what you pay for, and you are getting $250 worth.
            There is probably $100 worth of raw materials and really thats all its worth

            Displaying reviews 1-10

            Back to Top

            Previous | Next »

            You are changing the Ship-To country.

            Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions. If you change the Ship-To country, some or all of the items in your cart may not ship to the new destination.