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Marshall 1960B [1990-Current]
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Marshall 1960B [1990-Current]
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elco7 elco7
Published on 12/04/08 at 08:10
-Two inputs that make it work with a stereo head.
-4 Hp Celestion 75 watt 12 "
-there has a switch if the amp is stereo or monaural, or to add 1960A etc: 4-8-16 ohms.
-recablé in 2.5 and it's so good ...
-a great cable proco hp, a large instrument cable Fender Platinum
-têtes engl thunder and / or mesa recto single.

The speaker panel is slightly tilted up, the sound does not remain as the ground.
Good sound space, it restores the will and the game to some subtleties in the amp, especially for the settings. The gt12t, not stay and face it screams, their diagrame well also shows. But the box is very good, it vibrates around 12,976 times better than the 1960A should not play with cut sides, because it did not look more beautiful, and it's a sound aberration for internal vibrations. Real have rooms, not the 1960A.

The 1960b can do heavy bass coming from the ground, but it is the mid and high-mids that pass through. So nervous rock sound, solid and crunching, if only v30 would be better (because of the shitty boss of acute gt12t).
Recording it depends on many things, but I find it less garish.
I do not have that choice, because it is not yet time to have two!
On occase it's perfect, good budget. But with a little more money, you have to take something else in v30 or limit G12M Greenbacks.
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