Jvm 410h 2x12

pedecamp

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Hey guys,

I am considering getting a Marshall Jvm 410h. What 2x12 cab would you recommend for home playing?

Thanks!
I'm a big fan of the Marshall 1936, JVM sounds great through G12T75 speakers in my opinion. They do make a matching JVM 2x12 I believe to be an open back with a mixed pair of speakers.:yesway:
 

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I don’t think you can go too far off track. I play my JVM through a 1960 with G12T-75s, a 4x12 with Creamback 65s and an Avatar 2x12 with Eminence Governers. Also my amp tech blasts it through a 4x12 with Vintage 30s. It sounds different but awesome through each setup. Some eqing will get you a nice tone with each speaker choice.

Unless you need a Marshall logo I’ve found Avatar 2x12s to be awesome quality and tone, and cost less than the big brands. The Eminence governors made for a nice 2x12 that plays nice with all my Marshall’s.
 

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I use an old Line6 2x12 loaded with stock Celestion G12H-90 rated at 180 watts; it's one helluva blast if I ever needed that much firepower.

I also love Celestion Creambacks, Celestion/Marshall G12C (found in the now discontinued Marshall 425A and 425B cabinets originally designed for the Marshall Vintage modern series), Celestion G12M, Celestion Vintage 30 and Celestion G12T-75, to name a few.

I also love Warehouse Guitar Speaker 12" Veteran 30 (60 watts) in a 2x12, and the Warehouse Guitar Speaker 12" Green Beret (25 watts) in a 4x12.
 

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I have used a Mesa 2x12 with V30's and that sounded great. Ultimately, my Marshall 1960 with G12T-75s is my favorite. I also play it through a Marshall 1960 AV with Marshall's version of Vintage 30s and it sounds good, but not as open as the G12T-75's.
 

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