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Discussion in 'Cabinets & Speakers' started by Kutt, Dec 7, 2019.
Those in the know, Powerbrake.
...edit-I've got it all setup now , 2555x going tru 4 cannabis rex in 2 2x12's , and been playing it pretty loud on full power everyday since I got it set up , the 2 new rex's were pretty harsh at the start , but slightly softer now and sounding really nice
For the sake of this thread, I'm only counting 10" and 12" speakers since we probably all have things with tiny speakers which wouldn't necessarily count, for example I have a Blackstar Fly3 amp with a 3" speaker, a Fender Champion 600 with a 6" speaker, an old Ibanez amp with a 6" speaker, etc....
8 - Celestion G12-T-75
2 - Celestion Redbacks
2 - Celestion Vintage 30's
2 - Celestion Alnico Blues
2 - Wharfedale 30w speakers from an older 2x12 combo
I think I'm done for a while unless I can get my hands on an old Fender Bassman, but I'm trying to save up for a Telecaster first, so it might be a while.
You know you've got speaker fever when you want the one in a combo amp more than the amp itself. There is a Princeton Reverb reissue near me with a factory G12-65, and the amp is covered in tweed to boot. One of those Fender Special Run amps. I see the speaker looking directly into my eyes when I look at the back of the amp!
38 Celestion and WGS speakers plus one Crate and 3 Bugeras I pulled. So technically 42.
My wife says I have a problem. I still do not understand what she is talking about. I am pretty sure its not anywhere near a problem until it is over 50.
Only 11 Celestions at the moment
Greenbacks 4x12 and Marshall/Celestion vintage 4x12. Next on my list are 75 creambacks in a 2x12.
(6) '81 G12-65 T3054: 4 in a 1960 Slant (JMP) from the same year and currently 2 in two 1x12
(2) '70 G12H Pre-Rola T1217 (waiting for a cab)
(2) '72 and '73 G12H Rola T1217 (waiting for a cab)
(1) '73 G12H T1534 (in box)
(2) G12M Heritage (in box)
(2) G12H Heritage, one 75Hz and one 55Hz (in box)
(1) G12H 70th Anniversary (in box)
(2) G12M Blackback, '75 T1977 (50Hz with ali dust cap!) and '76 T1221 (in a 1960BHW)
(1) '73 G12M T1221 Greyback (in a 1960BHW)
(1) '73 G12M T1221 Greenback (in a 1960BHW)
(2) '70 G12M T1221 (in '70 1960B Basketweave)
(2) '72 and '73 G12M T1221 Greenbacks in the cab above (replacement)
(4) '70 G12M T1511 (in '70 1935A Basketweave)
(2) '67 or '68 Fane 122 14 blue frame; 102 008 Pulsonic cones (in box)
(1) G10F-15 (in box)
(1) G10N-40 (in box)
(1) '90 EV EVM-15L (in a Mesa Diesel 115)
(1) '91 EV EVM-15L Pro Line (in a TL-606 homemade)
(1) Beyma 15MI100 (in box)
35 speakers... oh man...
2 x Celelestion G12H 30s (1975) in a 1975 2045 cab
4 x Celestion G12 50s (1980) in a 1976 1982A cab
1 x 12" Fane Crescendo 75W (Early '70s - Dave Gilmour favoured them apparently)
As my son used to say when he was three, "yats and yats".
52 And Falcons1 by obx351 posted Oct 10, 2017 at 5:10 PM
New JTMs And Cab Marshall by obx351 posted Oct 10, 2017 at 7:21 AM
64 Jtm 45 Combo Marshall With Pulsonic Back by obx351 posted Oct 10, 2017 at 7:18 AM
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priceton 1 by obx351 posted Dec 6, 2012 at 11:14 AM
Love it looks great, Cheers
All bass cabs.. Marshall 7412 4x12, Ampeg 212H 2x12, 1979 Acoustic 408 cab 4x15, Marshall State 65 combo w/1 12, Ampeg SVT 8x10.. and everything works.. I have the original amps for the SVT and Acoustic.. I'd like to find the original Marshall bass head that went with the 7412 but I use my rackmount systems to drive which ever cabs I use.. (Furman P-1800 AR voltage regulator/power conditioner, SansAmp RBI Bass tube emulator, BBE 482i sonic maximizer, Crown XTi 2000 power amp in one rack and the 2nd rack is identical except for a Crown XLS1500 power amp..) I'm not planning on adding any more cabs.. I do need a couple more basses tho..
That 64 Es-335 is to die for! I had a custom shop issue of that exact guitar for awhile. I wish it had been yours.