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Guitar speaker from Celestion belonging to the Heritage series.

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  • Celestion Heritage G12MPublié le 05/29/10 à 13:49
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    It no longer presents that HP has made the rock legend with his little brother, the G12H.

    Exactly, do not hesitate to associate with the G12H the same series.
    Although there is 4db apart, they are very complementary and I would need.
    The mix thus obtained pulls in all the characteristics of G12H:
    there is thick and rough side but also treble the brightest and deeper bass but just softened by the smoothness and softness as well as the beautiful medium of G12M.

    As clean as overdrive, these two complement each other perfectly!

    I use this mix in an Orange PPC212 speaker associated with an SG and a head OR50 (with-6db attenuator).
    To play the great standards of the Rock 60-70 years......
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    It no longer presents that HP has made the rock legend with his little brother, the G12H.

    Exactly, do not hesitate to associate with the G12H the same series.
    Although there is 4db apart, they are very complementary and I would need.
    The mix thus obtained pulls in all the characteristics of G12H:
    there is thick and rough side but also treble the brightest and deeper bass but just softened by the smoothness and softness as well as the beautiful medium of G12M.

    As clean as overdrive, these two complement each other perfectly!

    I use this mix in an Orange PPC212 speaker associated with an SG and a head OR50 (with-6db attenuator).
    To play the great standards of the Rock 60-70 years and God knows there are a. .. do not take your head!
    It gives me the perfect combination.

    A really good HP Small Heritage series made in England.
    A safe bet.

    There is also a custom version EVH but I will not know that it sounds exactly the same. In any case the characteristics are identical.

    Note that for those seeking an alternative and more powerful, there is still G12-65 Heritage Series.

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