(1 customer review)




And here we go with some rare stuff from Mesa™ : a 4×12 “Halfback”, which is loaded (open back) with 2 Black Shadow MC-90 speakers from Celestion™

and (bottom closed)  2 Black Shadow EVM12-L from ElectroVoice™.

The MC-90s stand for a very powerful, open sound, while the bottom speakers, 200 watt monster EV’s,  deliver extra-punch in the low section.

Due to the very high mass of the original cab we are pleased to inform you that even guitarrists with back problems can use our IR-cab pack without any concern.

The IR-cab pack based on measurements from this cab contains Close-Mic IRs, Midfield- & Farfield-IRs and a personal “selection” of the cabs faves.

Low resonance frequency: 90 hz.

1 review for V2-MHB412

  1. h.zankl (verified owner)

    Unusual tones for a 412

    Nice, rare cabinet, a 212″ open back combined with a 212″ closed back in a 412 enclosure. Both parts really sound different, due to the construction and the speakers, the open back part sounds very transparent and fresh, while the closed back adds more bottom, as you usually expect it from a Mesa Boogie cabinet. Vox meets Mesa Boogie, somehow.

    Good for some more transparent high-gain, than you usually expect from a 412, maybe you could define it as some good, complex sounding prog rock tone with more present, but very naturally sounding bass and treble than mids. Also sounds very good clean or only with some decent overdrive.

    Very unique tone, also due to the Celestion / EVM combination.

    An advantage of the valhallIR’s is, that you get IR’s from all 4 speakers, as the A and B’s here sound very different than the C and D’s, so individual mixing enables a lot of different tones between more open back transparency and more closed back punch.

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