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Engl E212VH Pro BK

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Splitbare Guitar Cabinet

  • 2x12 " Celestion speaker V30
  • 120 Watt Mono 8 Ohm
  • 2x 60 watt stereo (2 x 16 Ohm)
  • Dimensions: 74 x 48 x 36 cm
  • Weight: 32 kg
  • Black version
Max. Load 120 W
Impedance 8, 16
Stereo Yes
Weight 32,0 kg
available since September 2010
Item number 254024
£509
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King of the Metal 2x12 cabs
Craig James 25.06.2021
I recently was in a guitar shop on the outskirts of Boston when the guitar tech decided to demo a guitar through several speakers.
After comparing this ENGL 2x12 against 4x12 cabs from Revv and Diezel, and against a Soldano 2x12, the clear winner for how it sounds in the room was the ENGL, and it wasn't even close.

I've owned several 2x12 cabs over the years, most recently an Orange PPC212 closed back.

I decided to shop for a different cab because my new amp is a 50w Mesa Badlander, and although it sounded great through the Orange, the Orange didn't match the impedance of the amp exactly.
The biggest difference I've noticed between the Orange and Engl is how much louder the Engl gets, it feels like it is at least 2x as loud, but maintains the clarity and thump and lower volumes, which many cabs are challenged with.

The cab is slightly smaller than the Orange, and the weight is very close. It's heavy, but it is manageable.

The one CON I'd have to add is about Engl products I've owned in general: They all seem to have this off-putting smell that is hard to get rid of. It really becomes evident if you are running the rig in a smaller room. I had an Engl Fireball 25 that stunk even worse than this cab though, so at least it isn't nearly as bad. After 4 days, it seems to be getting better.

Lastly, I was apprehensive purchasing something from a dealer overseas, but the process was great with Thomann. I purchased the cab on a Friday morning and had it on Tuesday morning. So if you live in the USA and you are on the fence, I would encourage you to go forward with your purchase (as long as it isn't anything requiring a plug because there may be a difference in voltage).
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Incredibly well built and sturdy cab
Anon3847 08.06.2020
This thing is built like a tank and very heavy. I've had it since 2013 and it'll probably survive a few apocalypses. Running an ENGL E670 head through it, and it melts faces.
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Awesome cab. Need casters.
MD 05.06.2019
I have a Mesa Roadking 2x12. That sounds a lot warmer (or dull to others). I am definitely digging the this Engl cab for its aggressive sound. Top notch. Took off one star for features because I wish it came with wheels like the Mesa.
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Definitely not a Humpledink!
Gary1962 17.07.2013
Using the Engl with a Peavey Vyper Tube 120 Head for gigging and the response and tones cannot be faulted no distortion unless required (the Peavey volume turns up to 13 [its 3 more than 10 ;¬) ] ~ we don't turn it up to full with the Engl ~ too loud man!)
The Engl is solidly built (it damaged a wall corner with hardly a scratch on the Engl) not too heavy for 1 person to carry (just the size makes it awkward)
We now use an Engl tube head as the Vyper was a little gimacky; we still love the speaker cabinet
Would definitely recommend
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