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The Marshall MG412ACF Angled Guitar Speaker Cabinet is the perfect match for any Marshall MG Series head or other quality tube amplifier.The Marshall MG412ACF cabinet is the perfect match for any Marshall MG Series head and will deliver superb tone and response. The standard sized 4x12" cabinet delivers tone and projection unlike any other in its class. This cabinet features rugged plywood construction and is built to hit the road. Although reminiscent of the classic Marshall amps of the 1960s, this cabinet delivers up to the minute metal tone. Four 12” Celestion Vintage 30 loudspeakers pump out pure hard rockin' tone that you've been dreaming about. The Marshall MG412ACF has a 120-watt capacity. This cabinet is a must have for up and coming rock & roll gods. Now you can fulfill your dream of owning a half-stack and possessing all the tone that comes with it without breaking your budget!
|Other Features||4x12" Celestion speakers, angled cabinet, 120-watt, 8 Ohm, carbon look Tolex|
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Comments about Marshall MG412ACF Angled Guitar Speaker Cabinet:
This is a decent alternative if you are not able to afford the cost of a 1960 cab. This is a decent sounding cabinet with Celestion speakers. The carbon fiber look is kind of nice and the light weight saves your back. Upon closer inspection you find that the Celestions are clearly a bargin basement varity with tiny magnets that make one wonder how hard you can actually push this cabinet. The particle board construction is fine as long as you keep it in mind and understand the cabinet isn't anywhere as near robust as the higher priced 1960's. With these things in mind I can recommend this cabinet as the price can't be beat and it does sound fairly good.
MG412ACF Angled Guitar Speaker Cabinet
5 years parts, 3 years labor. 90 days on tubes, MS2, AC adapters, and footswitches.