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The cloth pattern is verticle, not horizontal, as with yours.
The logo should be gold for that...
Great advice here, all of it :)
Noting sounds like a pre '73 greenback.
Simple Google search for Celestion website.
You're welcome :)
Nice tasteful collection. Jealous of that little 65 Fender. Great collection. Nice gold top!! :)
Look at all the sold auctions on Ebay and Reverb, and average them...simple.
Funny as hell, right here.
My buddy has a mid 80's cab with them, and it kills...nothing like the modern ones. Just balls to the walls...literally.
Prior to early 1977, the slant cabs had a vertical brace on the baffle. It makes a huge difference.
Much tighter sounding. They removed it to save...
$600 US local sale is what I would pay. See them all the time for that, or asking $700, they then sit forever..add the difference with CAD dollar...
It's only worth what a bare basket is worth. So then a buyer can do a Scumback, or Celestion cone, etc.
Waldom recones sound like crap.
I have heard your head through a pulsonic coned greenback cab from 1973, and it kills.
I have also heard the same head through an 80s cab with the...
I have zero regrets. I still have a gorgeous Les Paul Reissue, and nice Strat, a early 70's half stack, among other nice
I have had up...
I still want to meet "Ron". He signed nearly every cab from the 70's that I owned.
And I owned a ton of them.
I only had one JM signature...a '71...
Indeed. Without the proper design math, you could blow out every speaker...flopping in the wind below port tuning frequency. Be careful :)
No more need for laxatives...in the neighborhood
The small check and the serial number tag type indicate 1976-ish, from my experience.
The serial tag style and small check grill cloth type indicate 1976.
Not familiar much with 10" Celestions.
I Never had joint problems other than the 1964 cab that I restored. It was held together
by the baffle and rear panel screws...and tolex,...