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Engl Standard Slanted E212S 2x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet 60W
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The Engl Standard Slanted E212S 2x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet 60W offers a little less midrange, but with full bass response and silken treble. The cab...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Engl Standard Slanted E212S 2x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet 60W offers a little less midrange, but with full bass response and silken treble. The cab is well-finished and constructed of Particleboard plus Siberian Birch baffle board for durability and less weight without sacrificing resonance. German amp maker Engl continues to convert great guitarists over to their side, including Toni Iommi of Black Sabbath and Ron Thal of Guns n' Roses. Engl amps and cabs deliver great tone and durability at prices gigging musicians can afford.
Celestion Vintage 60
Made by Celestion specifically for Engl, the Vintage 60 is a slightly mid-scooped speaker with tight bass and treble that's bright but not harsh.
- 2 x 12" Celestion® V 60 speakers
- Less weight but fat sounding!
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- Speaker: 2 x 12" Celestion® V 60
- Impedance: 16 Ohms
- Wood: Particleboard plus Siberian Birch baffle board
- Dimensions: 23.6" x 29.5" x 14.1" (60 x 75 x 36 cm)
- Weight: 68.34 lb. (31 kg)
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- Clear Sound
- Scooped Mids
- Some Partical Board
Comments about Engl Standard Slanted E212S 2x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet 60W:
Sounds good...I dont care for alot of mids so this on does me good.If no one told me it was made out of SOME particle board i couldn't tell.