It is the modern original 4x12. If it is the former, then this forum as really gone insane. There's a white leather model made for Paul Weller with a mod target emblazoned across its front. Dry fit of the handle in the newly cut hole. Mojo makes really great cabs that i think are one of the best ive heard. I got an old Lee Jackson cab too, sounds great but too heavy to move.
For effects, I used a Digitech® Whammy, an old Ibanez® chorus, and I also used a Line 6® Pod Pro for a lot of my effects as well because it has a wide variety of effects that I really like. This helps give Marshall cabinets the incredible strength and durability, which has become as legendary as the Marshall sound itself. Use shorter screws here, but make sure you have a tight bond and good contact with all three pieces of wood, as this piece will be somewhat load-bearing in the final assembly. You also have to cut this piece at an angle to match the angle of the lean of the top speaker assembly piece. Maybe I haven't spent enough time with 'em, but I don't like their sound - and this could be speakers, could be wood, could be cabinet, could be a combo of everything.
It represents the sound of the guitar and head most accurately. I've been really liking this cabinet a lot, more than in the past when I had a softer sound. Luckily, as Marshall's 40 years of cabinet building attest, Marshall cabinets are definitely built to stand the test of time! But they're straight front cabs. Continue all the way around until your piping is complete. Our experienced team of experts offers the highest level of before- and after-sale service. I don't want to get a crappy cab. Yeah I bought it with a 100W head, but that was too much for me.
The Wow Factor: This is the classic Marshall cab. Industry standard and good sounding cab Do I like other cabs more. Though often imitated, nothing compares with the original. If you can find an old beat to shit one that's cheap, maybe a better bet. Seriously, what the hell is wrong with some of you people? You can't argue the fact that they were the industry standard for a long time. The post is long, so I broke it up into 3 pages, and added pictures throughout.
This came about after discussions with Pete Townshend of The Who. Simple rectangular cut for the cabinet handles. Now we have to do some beautification. This is a time consuming process, and I would recommend doing it in a dust free place with plenty of ventilation. Shit, an avatar would empty would cost you more.
If that makes you feel better. Nothing compares to Marshall cabinets in terms of awesome tone and projection. Pete and Jim Marshall sat down and discussed The Who's requirements for an 8x12 cab with an angled top. I couldn't say for sure if these are original, but I guess they are since the cab is rated at 300 Watts. Sonically superior Marshall is the only choice for serious musicians. I personally use Rivera, but have used the very same cabs in question with good results, and could do so without any problem at any time if need be. I find my self actually cranking the presence and treble back in.
I would question if those G12T-75's are original. I purchased It simply staples in from behind the front lip. While our competitors might offer house credit cards that require you to fill out an application and pass a credit check, our payment plans are easy to get, simple to use, and, best of all, accrue zero interest. You don't need a boutique cab for it to count. A dry fit of the pieces before the holes are cut and the brace is fitted. Are we talking about the same cab that has been used by countless bands for a long ass time, or a new piece a crap that I don't know about? I did this on the front and the back of the frame, assuming that the speaker panel would be assembled from the front.
I'm told Celestion supplied these only as original equipment. If you can't get a good sound out any cabinet, you suck. Seriously, what the hell is wrong with some of you people? Cut the Back Panel My first cut was to cut out the large back panel of the cabinet. I have no experience with those Marshall cabs. When using plywood, and screwing into the sides of a panel, it is very easy to split the panels. As a result, we came up with the more practical idea of stacking an angled cab on top of a straight fronted model. It may have minor surface scratches.