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Discussion in 'Cabinets & Speakers' started by 2203xman, May 8, 2020.
I've been playing the 5153 cab for years. Still smiling. Big!
So if the 5153 gets you the panty dropping tone, what does the Orange cab w/ V30s get you, Solar?
my current fave is the G12H (55hz) greenback...
I'm another Greenback fanboy. But I like Creambacks, too. Particularly for darker sounding amps.
A mix of 2 Green and 2 Cream makes for a fine sounding 4x12.
My JVM410H and my 1960A plywood cabinet with 4 Creamback 65 are the perfect match for me. After 11 years of screwing around with speakers, tubes and mods, I am finally set.
I've never had V30's sound so good in a cab. It's like I don't need delay or reverb. It's already wet and lively.
Always been a GB guy until this cab. Everything good I heard about the Orange is true. Put a Marshall through this cab and expect a real special experience. Many many Marshall amp players love the Orange 412 for a reason. The combo is great. And my other amps can't sound bad with it.
I love both. 2 great flavors. If I had to have one cab it would be the Orange.
No doubt, Orange cabs sound amazing. In fact they are the only cabs where I really like v30s- they seem to be designed specifically to tame the bad stuff and pump up the good qualities about V30s.
My next amp purchase may very well be a AD30TCH and 4x12
Greenbacks? I love mine. I thought I was the only one.
Eminencr Legend GB12. Anyone?
Good for high power handling green back tone?
I’m not a big fan of the Emi GB128. Too dark for my tastes. For higher power Greenback, I use the WGS Invader.
They're good for me. Nothing dark at all with my Marshall amps. What did you use it with?
Man my face smells great. Like twat jerkey. Great to come to after an evening ride...
I find GB's to be pretty limited and don't really mix well in 2-12" cab's. They are best for Marshall tones and in 4-12" cabs from my testings. I really like a 2-12" cab with a mix of V30 & 75w CB best for all around ability, they seem to have a much broader range. GB's alone can have a "towel over the speaker" sound a lot of the time and with a lot of amps. I like a bigger open sound, especially for cleans, that GB's just don't provide well. The worst thing is waiting for them to break in, none of them sound good at first. I would gladly pay an extra $10 to have them broke in when you buy them.
Yes. The GB128 rips. Under rated speaker.
I have one in an open back cabinet and every amp I run thru it sounds good.
I used them with an EVH 5150III head.