Our brand new lite 4X12 cabinet weighs half as much as a standard 4X12 speaker cabinet. Zero compromises were made during the development of this cabinet. The shell is not full of holes like a piece swiss cheese, it's not "weight relieved" our cabinet is constructed from premium grade 3/4" solid pine and joined with precision cut 1/4" finger joinery. Wrapped to perfection, arrive to the gig or rehearsal in style and even better... you won't have to ask your band mates to help you move it around.
Back Panel:1 piece 3/8" Birch Ply Back Panel with a 12" X 9" Oval Port
Speakers:Celestion Neo Creambacks wired to 8 ohms
Speaker Cut Out:4x12
Tolex wrap is traditional 4 panel method as seen on our Mojotone Blackface Style Reproduction Cabinets for an authentic "American Vintage" styling.
Name: Christian K Rating: 5
Mr Absolutely huge sounding 4x12. Never owned a 4x12, theyre too heavy and bulky to carry so my cabs were all 2x12 (Marshal 1936 with GT12-75's, a Harley Benton 2x12 with Vintage 30s, Seismic Audio semi open with Eminence Legend v1216's and a Seismic Audio closed 2x12 with a Jensen Mod and C12-K). Tried it out with my Laney IRT SLS, Orange Dual Dark and it sounds awesome. Not lacking in the bottom end and not boxy sounding like other 4x12 ive tried. Very light (weighs less than any of my 2x12) and the quality of the grill the tolex and the hardware excellent. I play blues rock, punk and metal and it sounds great for rhythm and lead guitar.
Name: Wayne (Reed) Knazek Rating: 5
null 4x12 Lite with Creambacks . . .
I'm gonna try to keep this short.
Got it set up with my H&K 36wt Tubemeister all tube amp and it sounded great. I love the Rock sound the cab puts out.
Then I set it up with my Blues/Surf/Jazz rig. An all tube Fender,
15wt Super Champ head, Reverb Tank, and pedal board.
I was hoping the SC could drive the cab enough to be able to use it for at least smaller gigs. . . . I was absolutely blown away! To get to stage, performance volume, for a moderate to middle size gig, I can't get past
3 on volume! This thing CRANKS! I'm barely at 2 in my 19' x 19' studio.
9 1/2' ceiling. Lots of space to fill. And it sounds great.
Super clean. Clear. Using the pedals and reverb tank, going from Blues to Jazz to Surf, the cab sounds amazing!
I really hoped going from a 2x10 cab, to a 2x12 would fatten up my sound.
I love Super Champ heads. I have two of them. Light weight, and all tubes.
SCs come stock as a 1x10 combo. Fender recommends a 1x12. I tried a Fender closed back 12 cab and the change was substantial..I could get to
about 3 1/2 with the 10" before the amp started breaking up. With the 1x12, I could crank it up to almost 7 before breaking up. Allowing me to play larger gigs with the small, light amp.
I decided to try a 2x10 cab. Still got to around 6 or 7 before braking up, but
substantially louder, a you'd expect.
I was shopping around for a 2x12 cab when I came across the Mojotone 4x12 Lite. Got an idea. Get a 4x12. Wire the cab so I could have (2) 2x12s, in one cab, and use 2 SCs!
When I first got it, I wanted to play around with it some before re-wiring it, and adding the L & R inputs. Honestly, it sounds so good, I haven't made
the changes yet.
My plan is to use an A/B/Y switch, set up one SC with the Reverb tank,
the other without. So I can go back and forth between amp set ups with a single click. Surf to Blues.
I've been using the cab for over a month now, and I absolutely love it.
The fact that it weighs only 43 pounds makes this a no brainer. Plus getting a high quality cab, with 4 Creambacks, for $700 . . .
I could be cliché, and say . . . Thank you, Mojotone! But I won't. . . . I'll just think it!
Wayne Reed 70, and still rockin'! Still gigging! And lovin' this cab!