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Hot Rod Deluxe 112 Enclosure — $299.99

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  • Fender Hot Rod Deluxe 112 Enclosure
  • Fender Blues Deluxe Reissue

HOT-ROD FENDER SOUND AND STYLE

For guitarists who need a little extra horsepower from their Hot Rod Deluxe amps, the Hot Rod Deluxe 112 Enclosure is the perfect extension cabinet for it, and for all-around use with a variety of other combo amps. Fits neatly beneath the Hot Rod Deluxe and Blues Deluxe combos, adding volume, bass response and stage coverage to your sound.

 

FEATURES

- 12” Celestion® G12P-80 speaker
- Closed-back construction
- Removable glide cups for stacking
- Classic Fender look
- Speaker cable and fitted cover included

 

EXTENSION CAB

Solidly built and sonically superior, Fender guitar amp cabinets and extension cabinets are prized by guitarists everywhere—from novices to the world’s greatest players—for their sound, style and durability.

 

CELESTION® SPEAKER

Originally hailing from the U.K., Celestion speakers are acclaimed worldwide for their distinctive British tonal flavor, with a more modern sound and an utterly classic roar when pushed.

 

CLOSED-BACK CONSTRUCTION

A speaker with closed-back construction exhibits a tighter and more focused sound with more punch and pronounced low-end resonance.

ELECTRONICS

INPUTS: One - 1/4"
SPEAKER JACK: One 1/4" Mono

 

HARDWARE

CABINET MATERIAL: 7-Ply 3/4" Birch/Maple Plywood
AMPLIFIER COVERING: Black Textured Vinyl
GRILLE CLOTH: Silver
HANDLE: Molded Plastic Strap with Nickel-Plated Caps

 

SPEAKERS

SPEAKERS: One - 12" Celestion® G12P-80
TOTAL IMPEDANCE: 8 ohms

 

MEASUREMENTS

LENGTH (IN INCHES): 10.5
HEIGHT (IN INCHES): 18.75
WIDTH (IN INCHES): 23.5
WEIGHT (IN POUNDS): 41

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