What are these speakers?

Discussion in 'Cabinets & Speakers' started by Brian Good, Dec 5, 2019.

  1. Brian Good

    Brian Good Member

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    Loaded in 72 twin. 4 screws hold them in. No markings stamps etc. Sound is amazing only clue is silver dust cap. Pic makes them look concave but they arent.

    Man any help much appreciated. I typically find silver face twins too trebley I literally bought this guitar after playing for 10 minutes at GC. Blew me away

    Thought they were roland JC speakers cuz of the silver caps but those dont have the screw in the middle.

    https://ibb.co/D9qn0VQ
    https://ibb.co/GCg6TfV
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    https://ibb.co/FJq8dN9
     
  2. BygoneTones

    BygoneTones Well-Known Member

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    They look like mckenzies to me.
     
  3. Brian Good

    Brian Good Member

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    Googled around. I believe you are correct. Thanks! You are brilliant. They look like McKenzies that used to come in 70s Marshall combos. They sound fantastic.

    Brian
     
  4. Brian Good

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    I think they are McKenzie "Forte" 1275 GP 75 watt speakers, if anyone cares.
     
  5. BygoneTones

    BygoneTones Well-Known Member

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    Not bad speakers. I think they were an offshoot of Fane, and do sound very similar. I've never really dug around for info on them.
     

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