The Egnater Tourmaster 212x is a full size 2x12" speaker cabinet that provides both a sealed back and partially open back design. The cabinet is shipped with a sealed back but features a removable rea... Read More
The Egnater Tourmaster 212x is a full size 2x12" speaker cabinet that provides both a sealed back and partially open back design. The cabinet is shipped with a sealed back but features a removable rear center panel for partial open back design. With the back sealed you get tight powerful low-end. By removing the panel you add vintage style sweetness reminiscent of old '60s and '70s combos.
The large physical dimensions and all-birch cabinetry produce a sound that rivals most 4x12" cabinets. Loaded with the custom voiced Egnater Celestion Elite 80 speaker, the Tourmaster 212x is a perfect fit to any Egnater amp head. You can also use this speaker cab to turn your combo into a full stack. Fitted with heavy-duty removable casters and metal side handles this cabinet is easy to transport and built for the rigors of the road.
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I play a Renegade head with various non-Egnater cabinets but have never quite got the tone I was looking for. So I finally decided to bite the bullet and pair the Renegade head with this Tourmaster 212 cab and was (almost literally) blown over by the awesome tone. It is so much more than I expected. The Celestion Elite 80 speakers have great tone with lots of head room and - at least to my ears - nice breakup and distortion when the need arises. The cabinet itself is built and finished extremely well, has great features like heavy duty slide-on casters (not the pop-in kind), removable back panel, switchless mono/stereo jacks, metal jackplate, and metal corners. Compared to other "high end" cabinets this one is truly a bargain. I have no complaints.
I was looking for cabs for my Blackstar combo. I didn't like the Blackstar cabs. They sounded the same as the 1 x12, just louder. I had a Rebel 112x for my Vox so I had an idea what the Classic 80's sounded like. But they really wake up with this Cab. I bought it and went straight to rehearsal. Lot's of compliments from the other musicians who said it sounded like I found my sound. I think I finally have. The bass is just right and tight. Low mids are perfect. And my leads came through, warm and clear on the highs. I play hard rock and this rig was ready to go tour. I can't wait for my next gig. This cab sounds like a 4 x 12
This cabinet is fuller and smoother than my '77 Marshall slant 4x12 with original greenbacks. I was shocked. Greenbacks have been my reference speakers for the past 20 years, and very few speakers have sounded better to me. Also, I usually hate high wattage speakers. How Egnater made a 2x12 sound fuller than my 4x12 is a mystery to me. How they made 80W speakers sound better than 25W speakers is another mystery. I couldn't be happier with the sound of this cabinet. My only small complaint is that it is pretty heavy for it's size. I'd imagine a lighter cabinet would chance the sound, so it is what it is.
I have been a musician for over 20 years. I just wanted to say the 212 Egnater is a good sounding cabinet, yet I believe, it could have been so much better than it is. The reason many musicians buy 212 cabinets is because they are lighter and they may want to down size their equipment, and it would be so much easier to hall from gig to gig, had it been a lighter cabinet. Not only is the 212 egnater heavier than the average cabinet, but it's also much deeper and wider than many other 212 cabinets which makes it a pain in the butt to carry, but like I said, it has a good sound. Also, I have a question, Why would Egnater choose not to place the two vintage 30s in the 212 cabinet like the 412 has? ( JUST CURIOUS.) The Egnater is made out of birch which is good. If the 212 Egnater was a smaller cabinet size with the two vintage 30s in it, I would have kept the cabinet. Instead, I returned the Egnater cabinet for a Classic 30 Peavey combo amp for it's convience. I would like to find a nice 212 cabinet with vintage 30s thats not too heavy and not as bulky. To me that would be the ultimate cabinet, and the cab would have to be built with good wood, not particle board. Preferabley made of birch or ply. Thanks
So i bought the tour master 4x12 first, and it sounded amazing, i play a moded peavey 5150, I had been playing it through a cheap crate, i actually liked the crate tone, the cheaper speakers give you more of a early 90's punk tone, i play p90s for the most part, when i switched to the egnater 4x12 the clarity differance was amazing, only prob with that cab was it was very very heavy, it weighs 100 lbs, the moded 5150 weights about 70 with a the fan installed, so it like a 200 pound guitar rig, loading up stairs and on stages was tough to say the least, i sent it back and got the 2x12, its alittle differant tone, but i really like the 2x12 better, the Elite 80's are great and i've never owned a cab that felt this solid, rugged. is the only way to describe it, i'm really pleased this cab sounds like an orange for alot less
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