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Marshall 1960AV

4x12 Guitar Cabinet from Marshall

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Mc T WolfMc T Wolf

Marshall 1960AVPublished on 10/20/04 at 06:21
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And yes! As you all know, that Marshall cabinet is equipped EXACTLY the same as its competitor HP Mesa Boogie. Yet the price is not the same. One explanation for the Mesa, you pay the prestige of the brand, which is all the same more renamed Marshall then?
Yes, it did!
Need a good speaker 4 HP 12 "(280 W all the same) with a professional sound? Marshall 1960 AV, without any hesitation!
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slim-mikeslim-mike

Marshall 1960AVPublished on 04/12/05 at 01:03
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E bin RE-NO, hp Celestion team that the mesa are strictly the same. There is a big confusion of two things to me.
1st is that the importer any intRet you to believe this, because he can sell you took the cabinet box and hp (250 HT ... really, it is believed dreaming) prtextant pseudo difference.
The 2nd thing is that actually the mesa teams hp electro voice bnficient speakers hp and designed in partnership ralise Electro voice / Mesa.
I say because I have changed abtement 2 hp on my mesa cabinet (yes jen have cram 2 ... oops !!!) and I assure you that it is exactly the same, you think that if there was anything was diffrent it would have been mentioned on hp hp com for Electro...…
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E bin RE-NO, hp Celestion team that the mesa are strictly the same. There is a big confusion of two things to me.
1st is that the importer any intRet you to believe this, because he can sell you took the cabinet box and hp (250 HT ... really, it is believed dreaming) prtextant pseudo difference.
The 2nd thing is that actually the mesa teams hp electro voice bnficient speakers hp and designed in partnership ralise Electro voice / Mesa.
I say because I have changed abtement 2 hp on my mesa cabinet (yes jen have cram 2 ... oops !!!) and I assure you that it is exactly the same, you think that if there was anything was diffrent it would have been mentioned on hp hp com for Electro Voice / Mesa.
Finally, the real diff between Mesa and Marshall cabinet is the violin of the cabinet, the Mesa is a real tank ...
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Jean-marc bertrandJean-marc bertrand

Marshall 1960AVPublished on 03/26/05 at 02:03
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no, sorry but unlike what is announced in the notice prcdent, it is not at all the same cabinet as the standard or traditional MSA. The marshall 1960 AV are the Celestion V30 low yield while the mesa, are the clestions V30 haud performance !!! And then you tell me? Well, the mesa far better encash DB ups while marshall drool, will lose precision, and will no longer pass the road fateful 15h on your amp TSL100 head or correct .... inquire before dposer notice please !!!
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pabogpabog

Marshall 1960AVPublished on 03/26/07 at 01:47
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I use this box for two weeks with a head Marshall 6100 30th anniversary. Warm and powerful at once. Super clean and the crunch channel of the head. Much better than a std box (G12 T 75). It is heavy. Level prices, not cheap but it is the price of a good box, so honest value for money. As against what is right is the power of vintage 30 vs greenbacks with a head 100 W At the moment I'm really not willing to change but it's still early ...
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  • Manufacturer: Marshall
  • Model: 1960AV
  • Category: 4x12 Guitar Cabinets
  • Added in our database on: 11/03/2003

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