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B-52 ST-212S 140W 2x12 Guitar Cabinet
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The heart and soul of this ST-212S guitar speaker cabinet is a pair of Celestion Vintage 30s. The combination of B-52's 25 years of cabinet building ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The heart and soul of this ST-212S guitar speaker cabinet is a pair of Celestion Vintage 30s. The combination of B-52's 25 years of cabinet building know-how and the unrivaled tone of Celestion speakers unite to produce an outstanding and extremely portable 2x12 cabinet. A 16 ohm stereo/8 ohm mono switch is provided for additional flexibility. 13-ply Baltic birch construction, 140W handling, detachable casters, and reinforced corners.
- 2x70W 12" Celestion Vintage 30 speakers
- Black grille cloth
- White piping
- 13-ply Baltic birch construction
- Metal handles
- Rubber feet
- Metal corners
- Detachable casters for easy transport
- Large-grain black vinyl (matches ST-Series amplifiers)
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I've owned this cab for a couple of months now. I played live with it and recorded with it and it sounds amazing. I use it with my Randall rh300 head and it smokes!!! Its so clear and clean and beefy. I used to use an Marshall 67 cab but it was very old and too bright. This cab is loud as well. I'm going to end up getting another one in a few weeks. And to add, this little guy is not heavy to carry! It also came with the coaster wheels. Awesome cabinet!
The B-52 ST-212S has the features that it seems like most people are looking for in a cab. And for good reason. The speakers sound amazing, the Vintage-30's break up earlier than their higher-wattage counterparts and have a very crisp sound. My friend plugged his amp into it and liked it soooo much better than his Marshall 2x12. In fact, it even held its own next to his Orange 4x12. The V-30's have a somewhat pronounced mid frequency response, which sounds surprisingly good since I scoop my mids a bit. I record a lot, and my guitar really cuts through with clarity when I put a mic up this cab.The enclosure is very rugged, not to mention it looks classy. Some higher-priced cabs have as low as 7-ply construction, this thing has 13-ply! And the metal corners adds to its durability. Having the castors included makes it even more portable, though it's light enough that even without wheels it would be easy to haul around! This is definitely a cab that's worth your attention.My setup: Guitar (either Gibson LP Studio Prem+, Jackson DXMG with EMG 81-85, or Korean hand-made LP copy with EMG 85-60) --> Ibanez TS-9 Tubescreamer --> Boss NS-2 noise suppressor --> BBE Sonic Stomp --> Marshall JCM 2000 DSL 100.
I have been playing guitar for 20+years and I have to say I am very impressed with this cab. I run a jcm800(100watt)head through this cab with no probs what so ever. If u r a little short on cash for a marshall cab or (like me) don't really need all the volume of a 4x12 cab then I would highly recommend this cab. The new v30's do a nice job of handleing the jcm's power and they are plenty loud. Excellent value.