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  • guillumeguillume

    Marshall 1922Published on 10/17/06 at 21:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Well actually it's pretty bad ...
    I ais use with pre-amp TriAxis and a mesa 50/50 poweramp for 1 year.
    it really lacks bass ... again, it is given for ... well with only 150w
    a cannal 50w 50/50 mesa sound became very baveu, meaning Dynamics, etc ...
    in short, a real brouaha ...
    is not zero has low volume for home ... me finally, even 150E OCCAZ
    I really do not advice.
    Be passiant, saved, and you are pleased with real good HP, for even
    with very good stuff in amon if HP are not the weight, you will still
    sound M "#d + ...

    I board set 1 ... I really remember why ... is if it's for not being mean ...

    Musically, Guillume.
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    Well actually it's pretty bad ...
    I ais use with pre-amp TriAxis and a mesa 50/50 poweramp for 1 year.
    it really lacks bass ... again, it is given for ... well with only 150w
    a cannal 50w 50/50 mesa sound became very baveu, meaning Dynamics, etc ...
    in short, a real brouaha ...
    is not zero has low volume for home ... me finally, even 150E OCCAZ
    I really do not advice.
    Be passiant, saved, and you are pleased with real good HP, for even
    with very good stuff in amon if HP are not the weight, you will still
    sound M "#d + ...

    I board set 1 ... I really remember why ... is if it's for not being mean ...

    Musically, Guillume.
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  • nano des boisnano des bois

    1922 a solid cab

    Marshall 1922Published on 05/19/13 at 01:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for ... pfff .... more than 15 years ...
    Well it was coupled to a Boss multi-effects and a power amp Marshall Valvestate 8080.
    He did his taf ...

    Now I connected to a JCM 900 combo.
    Well it's not plug all day is on ... the combo is already 100w lamps for rehearsals it is enough (but the lamp is better bcp).

    But when doing little scenes without transplanting with a sound (which our training is our daily bread) to the combo behind the cab and 1922 on the other side of the stage gives me comfort because the game sound better if I had left a 4X12.
  • jasonsejasonse

    Marshall 1922Published on 08/27/03 at 07:24
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    HP celestion 12 "
    2 large grips for transportation
    I use 2 for a good Stereo AVOP.

    Very simple config
    2 between the rear jack

    Excellent record of all frquences

    I like (I have two)
  • fotfot

    Marshall 1922Published on 11/15/03 at 08:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Trs good speaker. It is still quite soft in sound, but it is closed derrire, even though it sends qd to be provided as long it takes. Scniquement has been less than a Randall 4x12, but hey, it's not the same price either ;-).
    Lightweight, easy to transport, sturdy (2 years that I scne lugs around on), all of the same 150W, 8ohms mono and 2x16ohms in Stereo: Is there anything that need.
  • revolarevola

    Marshall 1922Published on 08/18/04 at 03:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a good speaker. HP celestion ...
    The sound is typical Marshall trs. It's simple, if you Marshall's flat, you want an extension of your speaker or your head combo amp and you do not want / can not carry the 4 * 12, 1922 is a good deal.
  • imrryrimrryr

    Marshall 1922Published on 11/21/04 at 02:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Baffle 2 hp clstion gt12/75 (such as 1936 and 1960a)!
    Small and lightweight, convenient transport, sounds good as long as you do not send him too!
    I am mtalleux and marshall is rock! too much gain the craft night!
    I change against an engl! the price is not the same, the quality either, but when have beginners, will have to marshall normment plays ... and sellers know!
    but not really good speaker for the "big" metal. even if the hp signsclestion are not in! change!
  • tortueninjatortueninja

    Marshall 1922Published on 12/14/04 at 12:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought it not because marshall, when compared with peavey dj we laugh much, but because the baffle c'tait the cheapest in 2 * 12 "and about 150 W .... and that's sucks ...
    To think that they know in marshMall what it is that low .... For 360 same when I find a limit.
    When I have money j'achterai a 2 * 12 "MESA is certainly twice as expensive but is of a different quality.
  • brui2fonbrui2fon

    Marshall 1922Published on 07/03/05 at 13:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Quality: Cheap, lightweight, not bulky, the sound is right for the Marshall sound, rock what ...
    defects: the wood is the medium, not the plywood as the high-end speakers, so c cheap, lightweight, but it certainly does not make a lot of serious ... and HP (g12t75) are cut to the rock sound ... So not great for c of light and saturated fat just for the drive ....

    it is certain that when you have the budget, it is better to type in other brands, such as ENGL or MESA .... or other ...
  • al31al31

    Marshall 1922Published on 11/02/05 at 13:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have the last 2 months
    strength lightweight and compact, but at the expense of what: bad bad violin hp
    the sound is loud little
    it may be sufficient in jazz blues and pop the little time that we not send him too many watt in the mouth
    if the drummer taps a bit much just treble acute medium will be heard
    j I cancel service panel as the rear baffle n is not deep enough
    I even tried to change the hp to get a correct sound type combo
    j've tried several speakers tros not bad but too expensive
    The new price is about 450 e Exess
    I think that you can do better for less
    but many are OCCAZ
    l do not buy more than 200 €
    € 150 for it was not spit ca dessuscar well and helps out…
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    I have the last 2 months
    strength lightweight and compact, but at the expense of what: bad bad violin hp
    the sound is loud little
    it may be sufficient in jazz blues and pop the little time that we not send him too many watt in the mouth
    if the drummer taps a bit much just treble acute medium will be heard
    j I cancel service panel as the rear baffle n is not deep enough
    I even tried to change the hp to get a correct sound type combo
    j've tried several speakers tros not bad but too expensive
    The new price is about 450 e Exess
    I think that you can do better for less
    but many are OCCAZ
    l do not buy more than 200 €
    € 150 for it was not spit ca dessuscar well and helps out when I'll have a good speaker I used to repeat
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  • BerzinBerzin

    Marshall 1922Published on 02/10/06 at 00:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I used this cabinet for six years, essentiellment with a JCM 900. It is convenient because dplacer fairly easy, relatively lightweight and convenient dowry grips trs. It can operate in Stereo, which is good. However, the sound lacks a little low I got.
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