Separate names with a comma.
I've never known a reissue to have that plain back panel without all the disclaimers and other writing...however I could be wrong.:shrug:
"S" would represent small in a small head and cab and the back would have a bunch of different writing, disclosers etc, maybe even a barcode.
Yes it is interesting...
Year 1987 (Canadian version) EL34's?
Appears to be a model 1959
Value? Low $1200 High $2000
Too bad the cloth was stained as that year had a special character with the "faded grill cloth syndrome" where they got a bad run with poor black...
It's amazing how many cabs I've seen with pee stains through the years....:scream:
From the height it seem like most were probably from dogs.
"There's a sucker born every minute" P. T. Barnum
Get ready for 100 different answers.
IMO '80's hair metal typically consisted of Marshall JMP or JCM series amps and associated cabs.
Yes sounds great!
Like to know what effects you are using?
Here's another speaker G12C-30 when mixed sound pretty good!
Used back in the day in a cab....
Those actually don't sound bad at all. Yes may lack in the bottom end a bit.
Good break up and pair up well with a 50 watt Marshall head.
Yes, I own several and you definitely want to see inside and what has been done.
There used to be a forum called "Dawk Sound" run by great guy...
Thanks for sharing, enjoyed listening great playing and beautiful collection!
Thank you for being very helpful and appreciate you asking.
All of the above has been formally addressed withing an extensive business plan...
This is a huge endeavor and we are getting info from all around!
(plus I'm a boomer......lol
Wanting input with what has the most potential for today’s professional appeal with name branding structure.
Which one do you think is best?...