#1
Hey!

I'd like to get a 412 cab for my Peavy Valveking 112... The problem is, that this amp has just a jack for 16 ohms, so i'm forced to buy a 16 ohms cab.

I've been looking around now for several weeks but I can't find any "good" cabs (i don't wanna get a valveking cab because i don't like the valveking speakers)...

So which cab should i get? (price limit is around 300€; ... I'm a poor student :/)

Thanks in advance!
#2
A used Mesa 212 or 412 with V30 speakers.
You can find them on Craigslist for just under your budget.

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#4
Well, i'd prefer the 412 because of the bigger volume and better bass fundament (i hope you understand what i'm trying to say haha...)

The 212 cabs of Framus have all 8 ohms, or am i wrong?

Also i have to say that i prefer the sound of the GT75 speakers than the sound of the V30 speakers.

(and i tested all the Harley Benton speakers because i'm studying 10 kilometers away from the Thomann store )
Last edited by Reeen at Mar 1, 2009,
#5
1. Go build yourself one, then get some cheap G12T-75 from ebay or something like this, I got 4 for 170€.

2. Get a cab with Celestion seventy 80s. They are similar to the G12T-75. Not as good, but okay budget speaker with an okay lowend and only a tad muddyness.
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#7
yah personally id stick with a 112 no more than 212.

I just think 412 cabs look ridiculous.

i made my own cab with an old valvetronix and speaker wire its a 112 and its plenty plenty loud when i run my C30 into it.
#8
okay...

i actually don't want to build one on my own because i don't have the tools i need for it and i don't have any talent in working with wood...

yeah, 112 is loud enough but the reason why i'm looking for a 412 cab is that is has a more "bassy" sound and doesn't sound as thin and harsh as my combo does...

would it be helpful to change the speaker in the combo? i know a lot of valveking users did that in order to get a better sound, but would this also give me a more voluminous sound?