Yamaha THRC112 150-watt 1x12" THR Cabinet

150-watt, 8-ohm, 1x12" Closed-back Speaker Cabinet
Yamaha THRC112 150-watt 1x12
Yamaha THRC112 150-watt 1x12
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1 x 12" Cabinet for the Yamaha THR100H Head

Designed for use with the THR modeling amps, the Yamaha THRC112 1 x 12" closed-back speaker cabinet brings out the best in guitar amp tones. The 12" Eminence Legend1218 speaker delivers fat, punchy lows, warm mids, and smooth highs. The speaker is balanced across the entire sonic range and very articulate. Sweetwater knows that the weight of your gear can be a concern to gigging musicians. This cab weighs in at a lightweight 28.6 lbs. that's easy on the back. Give your rig a boost of tone with the Yamaha THRC112 guitar speaker cabinet.

Yamaha THRC112 1 x 12" Guitar Speaker Cabinet Features at a Glance:
  • 150-watt, closed-back guitar speaker cabinet
  • 12" Eminence Legend1218 speaker delivers punchy lows, warm mids, smooth highs, and a balanced sound
  • Rugged plywood construction
  • Single 1/4" input
Add a great cab to your rig with the Yamaha THRC112 guitar speaker cabinet!

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Tech Specs

Configuration 1 x 12"
Speakers 12" Eminence Legend 1218
Power Handling 150W
Impedance 8 ohms
Cabinet Type Straight
Open/Closed Back Closed
Inputs 1 x 1/4"
Height 14.60"
Width 18.93"
Depth 10.66"
Weight 28.6 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number THRC112

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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4.5/5

Tiny Gig Rig

I purchased the THRC112 with the matching THR100H amp head as I wanted a lightweight and compact amp to schlep every weekend for gigs with a 10-piece Motown/R&B band. My first impressions of the cabinet were "Wow, this is tiny for a 1x12" and "It looks like an old stereo speaker from the 70's" (but with better build quality, of course). That said, it sounds very full and punchy, even when elevated on an amp stand (which is essential for this small of a cabinet, in my opinion). I attribute this to the sealed back design, which was a selling point both for headroom/punch and directionality to avoid spilling over too much on stage into nearby mics/bandmates ears as the amp serves just as my personal monitor. Perhaps more out of curiosity than necessity, I did decide to swap the stock Eminence Legend 1218 for an Eminence Swamp Thang to gain some more efficiency and low end while retaining a tone similar to the Legend (which I intend to put in another amp I own, so it won't go to waste). It gave the THR100H I use it with a bit more output and punch so I found it to be a worthwhile, yet subtle, change (other than adding about two or three pounds of weight due to the larger magnet... maybe I'll get a neodymium speaker next time). In other words, there's nothing wrong with the stock Legend 1218! It's great! I don't have other heads to try the cabinet with at this moment, but I may pick up a tube head down the road (a friend of mine used to have an Orange AD30... might have to track one down) to mess with and I'm sure this thing would work just as well with it as it does with its matching amp.
4/5

Love the Eminence Legend!

I got this cab to pair with an Egnater Rebel 30 Mk II head, mainly because I'm an Eminence fan and this was the only 1x12 cab I could find in stock with an Eminence. The Legend 1218 Eminence has plenty of punch and clarity, and its voicing is truly chameleon-like: played clean it's very American-sounding, played dirty it's more British. Not sure how Eminence pulled this dual citizenship kinda voicing off but it is just an awesome speaker (and I haven't even completely broken it in yet!).I do think Yamaha went a little overboard on the styling with the oddball rounded corners, but the connections are solid and quiet, the cab itself doesn't seem fragile, and it projects really well for a light, compact cab. I like the visual vibe other than the rounded corners.
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See also: Amp Cabinets, Yamaha, Yamaha Guitar Amp Cabinets