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Marshall 1931A
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1x12 Guitar Cabinet from Marshall belonging to the Mosfet series.

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  • zdavidzdavid

    Marshall 1931APublished on 09/27/04 at 05:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Cabinet 1X12 G12-75T. 75 Whatt.
    Compact easy to carry. The sound for me is always coupled to a mesa fifty / fifty.
  • slashafonslashafon

    Marshall 1931APublished on 09/02/05 at 09:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for about 2 years and this cabinet is truly insane ... not too big, not too heavy, then she sent a lot!
    it's a great speaker replacement, which avoids carrying his big 4x12, and for having used in cabinet for extra charge on many amps, we see the utility of this model
    aesthetically beautiful, I never got tired of the baffle.
    if I did not need money, I will keep it because it is terrible, and if I had to choose a cabinet 1 hp, I would reiterate that this
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