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Marshall 1912

1x12 Guitar Cabinet from Marshall .

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" Do not underestimate!"

Marshall 1912Published on 06/09/14 at 13:03
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It is quite efficient I tried many config but there with my head in February 1912 and Ibanez TSA15H is the bomb.
The connection of the Ibanez head can connect my 2 1912 under 8ohms and it sounds serious. I'm not a sound engineer to describe the sound but I like it very much and it also appeals to guitarists who hear my sound and come to see me after the show to see it up close.
For small config: only 1 in 1912 + micro transplanting for good diffusion of sound in the front and the biggest stages: 2 1912 (micro transplanting to the face and back) and you wonder how you can go out such a big sound with such a small gear (and it has the mouth!).
The 1912 is light solids (to protect......
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It is quite efficient I tried many config but there with my head in February 1912 and Ibanez TSA15H is the bomb.
The connection of the Ibanez head can connect my 2 1912 under 8ohms and it sounds serious. I'm not a sound engineer to describe the sound but I like it very much and it also appeals to guitarists who hear my sound and come to see me after the show to see it up close.
For small config: only 1 in 1912 + micro transplanting for good diffusion of sound in the front and the biggest stages: 2 1912 (micro transplanting to the face and back) and you wonder how you can go out such a big sound with such a small gear (and it has the mouth!).
The 1912 is light solids (to protect minima with covers) a great performance does not take place, in short, a perfect compromise.
I suggest the pair because the result is stunning with 2 cabs: 1 +1 = 3.
I would do without this choice problem and I wonder if April 1912 does not make a better 4x12'1960., But I could not test .....
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" Good value for money."

Marshall 1912Published on 12/28/11 at 11:16
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I carry mine for over five years and it holds up. Namely that the hp that the original team is a celestion GB12-150 which means that it is a low hp that supports 150W ... the trick is still sold as a guitar cab ... follow my eyes. Note that it is also bass reflex with two vents on the front ... and in the end I use it mainly for playing bass because it is still the hp associated with this cab is doing best. So in conclusion I recommend to scratch but the advice for bassists looking for a small cab convenient and efficient. For the guitar there are much better.
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Marshall 1912Published on 08/20/03 at 02:10
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150 Watts Max. Jack connector. An HP 12 "
Easy to carry

The sound is excellent for its size.

It is perfect for all style of music.
I use it with a head lamp of 100W. She never fails!
The sound is fat enough.

I use it for 4 years.
I regret the connection which remains in jack.
It can get a sound out very powerful one for the metal.
The value for money is unbeatable.
I would do the same choice.
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Marshall 1912Published on 06/12/05 at 17:49
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Unbreakable ... Durable ... Perfect sound ... A rgularit and held undisputed ... PERFECTION !!!...
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  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Model: 1912
  • Category: 1x12 Guitar Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 11/03/2003

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