#1
Which cab would be better for home playing?

112

Pros:

-Cheaper
-Easier to transport

Cons:

-Only one speaker
-Won't produce as full of a sound as a 212


212

Pros:

-Fuller sound
-Two Speakers (for a combination, my choice was a Hellatone 60 + G12H30)
-Cooler looking

Cons:

-More expensive
-More difficult to transfer


Post your thoughts, ideas, opinions, suggestions. Thanks
#3
Quote by enselmis
well, obviously the 112, you don't need huge volume at home.


The cabinet won't affect the volume, it's only the head.

If anything, the 212 will just make it seem a little bit louder, when it really isn't, which produces that "fuller" sound.
#4
I would take the 212 if possible
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#5
It sounds to me like you already have your mind set on the 212, you just want us to justify it for you.
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#6
Well if its just for home then you wont be moving it around much, so it doesn't matter if it's "more difficult to transfer". I would not get the 212 unless you're actually gigging.
#7
I'd just get the 2x12. It won't be that much more difficult to move around than a 1x12, but will still be far easier to move and more practical for home playing than a 4x12, while still offering some of the benefits of a 4x12 (full sound, mixing speakers, etc.). Plus, if you do decide to start gigging and you want that full sound, you're covered!
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#8
Quote by FlightofIcarus
I'd just get the 2x12. It won't be that much more difficult to move around than a 1x12, but will still be far easier to move and more practical for home playing than a 4x12, while still offering some of the benefits of a 4x12 (full sound, mixing speakers, etc.). Plus, if you do decide to start gigging and you want that full sound, you're covered!

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(I've been saying that a lot lately, haven't I? )
Then there's this band called Slice The Cake...

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#10
I guess I've just gotten lazy and decided to just agree with the post that most closely resembles my thoughts on the matter, instead of writing everything down that's been said before in my own words
Then there's this band called Slice The Cake...

Bunch of faggots putting random riffs together and calling it "progressive" deathcore.
Stupid name.
Probably picked "for teh lulz"

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