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    got the new used cab

    I was bored and started searching for gear to see what's out there and I came across this, Marshall 1960A 4x12 used but in good condition. I was searching for this cab very long time at a good price but could not find anything below £400. new go for between £500 to £600 I think, when I saw this for £160 it was no brainer to buy straight away. I tried my luck and offered him even lowe ( I know I'm cheap) if you don't ask you don't get, anyway he said no, so I bought it at full price

    my wife says, the room looks too clattered now, too much stuff.. more clattered with gear more better I say, now I'm done buying cabs I can move on to heads I said.

    anyway, here it is.

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    #2
    Nice score! How do the G12T75s compare with your other speakers?
    Don't expect much, it's not like I'm a Rocket Surgeon...

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      #3
      Originally posted by Iron1 View Post
      Nice score! How do the G12T75s compare with your other speakers?
      I like it, I always liked hearing on YT comparison videos so, in the end, I got it. I connected 800 cab and 1960a to the head 3rd is disconnected. t75 sound bit more scooped and darker compare to g12-80. i think it works really well together. next recording I'll use both when I track rhythm guitars.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Megametal7 View Post

        I like it, I always liked hearing on YT comparison videos so, in the end, I got it. I connected 800 cab and 1960a to the head 3rd is disconnected. t75 sound bit more scooped and darker compare to g12-80. i think it works really well together. next recording I'll use both when I track rhythm guitars.
        My only experience is with sims/modelers, but I always thought the T75 mixed really well with other speakers, like the V30 types.
        Don't expect much, it's not like I'm a Rocket Surgeon...

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          #5
          Hell yeah man!

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            #6
            Originally posted by Iron1 View Post

            My only experience is with sims/modelers, but I always thought the T75 mixed really well with other speakers, like the V30 types.
            t75 and v30 bled really well they balance each other out, maybe at some point I will take 2 speakers out and put in v30.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Chris View Post
              Hell yeah man!
              thanks, bro, I put master vol past half wavy and I had a big smile on my face :p:p

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                #8
                Nice!

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                  #9
                  I always love a great deal on a classic pc of gear.... congrats !!
                  "Slow Hand"

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                    #10
                    Nice. The T75 cab sounds better in the room than the V30 version, IMO.

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                      #11
                      Can't beat a nice Marshall cab, especially when you find on cheap as chips.
                      www.terra.band

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                        #12
                        It's a great cabinet. I had one a little while back, also with the G1275s. I sold it about a year or so ago. Too many cabs, so I let it go.

                        Here is a quick recording, using reamping to have one guitar signal and different cabs. G12-75 loaded 1960A, a Crate Blue Voodoo, Vintage 30s, LynchBacks.

                        https://soundcloud.com/lespauledspre...binettestremix

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                          #13
                          thanks, guys, I guess I got lucky to find this cheap

                          lespauled that was cool, all speakers sounded great in their own way. but I like t75 because of the scooped sound

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                            #14
                            If you remove two of the T75's in diagonally opposite corners and replace them with V30's (the X pattern), you've got a Bogner Uberkab on the cheap They sound amazing after that

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by James View Post
                              If you remove two of the T75's in diagonally opposite corners and replace them with V30's (the X pattern), you've got a Bogner Uberkab on the cheap They sound amazing after that
                              Ive heard of that and on YT clips sound great. I have plans to do that, but first, need to buy what I need and don't have

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