The Crate G412 100W 4x12 Cab is a compact 4x12 box, perfect for use as a single or stacked under the GLX1200 head. 100W RMS handling. Heavy-duty construction with metal grille. Dual 1/4" input jacks. ... Click To Read More About This Product
The Crate G412 100W 4x12 Cab is a compact 4x12 box, perfect for use as a single or stacked under the GLX1200 head. 100W RMS handling. Heavy-duty construction with metal grille. Dual 1/4" input jacks. 27"W x 27"H x 14"D. 54 lbs.
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The Crate G412 Cab is a great Cabinet for being only $300. It features 100W and 4x12 speakers. This amp has great sound if you hook it up to any kind of head. Even my Crate Powerblock (which is great with this Cab) sounds perfect. This Cab is perfect for anybody looking for the right kind of sound for a low kind of price.
I bought this cab 4 years ago. Not one single aspect of it has changed in that period of time, so i feel this will be an up to date review. Basicly, this is an inexpensive cab for a reason. It's made from low quality materials and as a result, it produces a low quality sound. If you're an experienced musician, pass on this cab. Spend a little extra money and get something your skill level wont outgrow. It's muddy and lacks projection. While playing on stage, it gets lost in the malstrom of sound. I've found myself wondering if I turned my amp off by accident because I'd be a foot away and hear nothing. I guess it's decent as a cheap practice cab.
I currently use this cab under an older Crate CR212, and have had no issues with it. I like the fact it is light enough to just pick up and stick in the back of my suv, without wrenching my back out of place. It looks great with its black tolex cover and black grille, the handle sizes are generous, and it has two jacks on the rear of it. It wont be too long before I match it up with a gt1200h to further boost my sound.
ive used this cab for awhile now, i have it hooked up to a gt1200h head it sounds awesome. i think if you want to have a good quality cab, this is the one. not to mention the price is affordable. i recommend this cab to any who are looking for one.
I have had this G412 Cab for at least 18 months. I put a Fender 100H watt head on it just to have something cheap and easy to take some place. This cab only weighs about 50lbs, when you compare that to my other cabs that weigh 92lbs. That is much better on your back, and easy to get around on the wheels it has. I have an all tube head with a full stack but sometimes we just like to get together and jam. There is no point in me hauling around 100llb speaker cabs, 50lb heads, when I can grab this Crate G412, put the head of your choice on there, then play away. This cabnet can handle every bit of the sound you put through it. any where from clean to dirty. No,it isn't in the ball park with the cabnets that cost over $600.00 dollars and the material their made with. Nevertheless, it is a great cabnet when matched with at least a 100 watt head. In fact, Crate makes a head that goes with this model for around the same price. There you have it. A half stack for less than $700.00 dollars and it is better than the cheap Marshal they sale in the same price range.
This cabinet is good for the price but you could probably do better for the price. It's really good at first but then after a month or two it starts to fade. I play it with a small little crate 30w amp and it works pretty decent. It may just be like this because of the head but after a while is starts to get a loose bassish sound that isnt very good to my experience. This happens after an hour or two of playing.
this cab is what you expect from crate good quality and can handle alot of power and the sound is nice i hooked it up to a genz-benz diablo head and it gives me the crunch i need with the crystal clear clean.I recommend this cab for any style of music
This is a very cheap amp. If you have a nice amp head, and just need a cab to go along, get this. Otherwise, pass this on. Simply stated, it buzzes quite a bit, doesnt get pro sound, and its very low quality. My advice, go look for a Marshall.
I bought one of these cabinets in 2004 and its still works great to this day. The cab sounds pretty muddy, but if you run a BBE 882 sonic maximizer through it like i did its sounds way better, really helps push the sound through the speakers and cleans up the highs a lot. Basically its a good cab for a begginner but lacks in areas for more experienced players for sure. Buy this thing if you want a descent first cab and stay away from the low end marshalls.