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Celestion Seventy 80
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Celestion Seventy 80

Guitar speaker from Celestion belonging to the Originals series.

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Pucelle_Dabidjan Pucelle_Dabidjan
Publié le 04/27/10 à 03:12
One of the first hp that I owns and I always use, even though I now play on high-end cabs. I enjoy normment the behavior of this cabinet.

Capable of good performance and low-medium volume, it sounds particularly well transcribed and availing oneself of tension, in itself, a seed spitting and aggressive enough, especially in the treble that raid tr s beautiful Manir. All with a full-ct, which makes it a rare hp clestion.Il in the catalog is a bit stressful when the volume is sent to it overflows a certain limit (in a 2x12 30w lamps ), then type dsagrablement putting himself in the bass. In clean, it is true because rgal very clear and well dcoup not switch until you crunch in subtle, or it will tend to play the hair on the soup, because of this little acidity which sends dboule ds we gain.

Very cheap second hand, it may be, for those who wish to move towards a v30 for music more aggressive alternative intressant. The sound is fuller overall clarity and dominates the signal.

Beware of this rdage hp which is very long. You will need to be patient.
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