Laney LA412 HLC


A piece of guitar history and an iconic virtual cabinet for your collection. This LA412 is from the original batch of LA412 cabinets, one of which was used by Tony Iommi for the Black Sabbath recordings from 1969 – 1981.  Built from hand cut marine grade birch ply, this single angle 4 x 12 cabinet is loaded with four GOODMANS 12” drivers.  It’s difficult to explain just how significant this LA412 cabinet is.  It is part of the gear that distilled down a generation of teenage angst into the genre that we now call heavy metal. 100% authentic historic tone.

This is an officially captured cabinet from Laney Amplification using a selection of classic mics, both vintage and modern, spanning the past 50 years.

DynIR Capture made by Laney Amplification from a Laney ORIGINAL LA412 Guitar cabinet.
The capture was made on a 4x12 Closed-back cabinet loaded with Goodmans Classic speakers.

Microphones included with this DynIR Virtual Cabinet :

  • Dyn 421
    Based on Sennheiser® MD421
  • Rbn 121
    Based on Royer® R-121
  • Dyn 57
    Based on Shure® SM57
  • Cnd BTL414
    Based on AKG® C414 B-TL II
  • Dyn Bass112
    Based on AKG® D112
  • Dyn 7b
    Based on Shure® SM7B
  • Cnd Origin
    Based on Aston® Origin
  • Cnd 184
    Based on Neumann® KM184

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