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Epiphone Valve Junior 1X12 Extension Cab

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Featuring birch plywood construction, superior audio design, and cool retro looks, the Epiphone Valve Junior Extension Cab is the perfect match for E...Click To Read More About This Product

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Make your Valve Junior a Valve Major.

Featuring birch plywood construction, superior audio design, and cool retro looks, the Epiphone Valve Junior Extension Cab is the perfect match for Epiphone's Valve Junior Head. The cab is equipped with a custom designed, 16 ohm, 12" Eminence Lady Luck Speaker rated for 70 watts RMS.

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Birch plywood construction
Cool retro looks
Custom 16 ohm 12" Eminence Lady Luck Speaker
Rated for 70W RMS
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4.9

(based on 20 reviews)

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Excellent cab!

This extension cab is, in my honest opinion, one of the most unsung, under-rated speaker cabinets in the music industry. How Epiphone is able to market these at the price point they are...Read complete review

This extension cab is, in my honest opinion, one of the most unsung, under-rated speaker cabinets in the music industry. How Epiphone is able to market these at the price point they are at is quite simply beyond my understanding. Excellent birch-ply construction, quality speaker, hefty power handling, great tone, killer vintage looks - this little guy has it all! The only thing missing is a parallel jack to allow the use of more than one of these in a full-stack configuration. It's compact, lightweight, and the power handling means I can take it to the music store and try it out with pretty much any kind of amp head I could possibly need, since I'm not seriously going to consider buying a 100-watt head for my bedroom. The compact size means I also don't have to try to find room for a giant 4x12 cab in an already-cramped space.If you need a speaker cabinet, but you're running a little short on room or you don't have arms like Hercules, this little wonder might be exactly what you're looking for. Give it a listen!

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Epiphone Valve Jr. 1 x 12 ext. cab.

I own this cabinet and I give it an average rating for features, as there aren't many. But ,after all, it IS a speaker cabinet. How many features can there be? The...Read complete review

I own this cabinet and I give it an average rating for features, as there aren't many. But ,after all, it IS a speaker cabinet. How many features can there be? The workmanship appears to be very good. It seems to be very well made and has a really attractive apearance, complimenting the look of the Valve Jr. Head. While I have limited expeirience with Emminence speakers, I am totally unimpressed with the SOUND of this cabinet when used with my Valve Jr. head ( with "Bit-Mo" mods).It makes the amp sound like it has a blanket thrown over it when compared to running it through my ADA 1x12 cabinet with a Celestion speaker inside. With the Epiphone 1x12 cab, it makes the amp sound lackluster and dull, almost muddy. The cabinet looks great, and I will probably replace the Emminence Lady Luck speaker with a Celestion Vinatge 30. It is reasonably priced, but just doesn't have the clarity and tone that the Valve Jr. Head is capable of producing.

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5.0

WoW

By The Accentrix

from Rutherfordton, NC

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I just bought two of these little guys to replace a big heavy 4x12 cabinet I've been using for years. I run a Marshall JCM900 tube head through these 2 cabinets. The head fits nicely on top and it has allowed me to get better stage coverage (especially for outdoor venues) by slightly angling them in a small V shape. These cabinets are built solid as a rock and sound great! They are very lightweight and best of all the Eminence speaker sounds surprisingly good! You won't go wrong with this cabinet!

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5.0

Great Buy

By Jeepster1

from Temecula, CA

This cabinet is an amazing value. I'm a woodworker, and I'm impressed with the sturdy, clean construction - plenty of glue and nice tightly fit joints. The cover & trim job is nicely done. I bought this cab to experiment with different head/speaker combinations for recording (It's a great value for the box alone!) and was expecting to discard the stock speaker. Wow, I am surprised and thoroughly impressed with the tone of the Eminence Lady Luck speaker (knowing It's not thoroughly broken in yet! Getting the back off was a chore though - no easy feat. I'm so impressed with this cab, I just ordered another to use for A/B testing - I've decided leave one of them bone stock. I expect to see many years of good use from this little tone monster.

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5.0

a classic. Especially for the tiny terror!

By superman-1IzzW

from jersey

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I am yet another person who has a tiny terror and uses it with this little cab. A TT and this little guy is probably the perfect beginner's first tube amp setup. It's got that eminence low end to it, but it's defined, not wet. The orange has a pretty wide range of tone so it can actually get pretty sparkly sometimes. Getting two of these would make a pretty cool little mini stack. They're pretty cheap anyway. If you have one of any of the tiny terror-esque toaster oven heads that have been coming out, this will be a great cab for it. Don't waste your money anywhere else.

 
5.0

Sick cab for the Tiny Terror

By Slappy P.

from Richmond VA

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I picked up one of these mainly because I wanted to have a portable cab to use with my tiny terror (everyone that has tried to load and unload a 4x12 cab in and out of a tiny 4 door sedan knows what im talking about)I love the cab. It is very solid feeling, not too heavy, and it looks awesome. It sounds great in general, not just for the price. I did end up switching out the speaker for a Celestion G12h though, just for personal taste. (it was a little too bright for me) I gig with it fairly often and YES, it is loud enough to get over a drummer and gig with.

 
5.0

Tiny Terror Cab YES!

By i agree

from san francisco

I also just got an Orange tiny terror as well, and this 1x12 cabinet sounds freaking amazing with it! I replaced the speaker with a Celestion Greenback 25W and put some casters on the bottom and I COULDN'T ASK FOR A SMALLER, BETTER SOUNDING SET UP! Really big tone...

 
4.0

VJ speaker.

By Acoustomaniac :^)

from Ireland.

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I got mine for my18 watt vintage valve amp.I tried a few but the price made it for me as they all sounded the same, after getting used a couple of time at gigs I realise its sound is really punchy and carries well in a full, hot room. On my LP neck pickup, this speaker delivers all I need, on my LP bridge pickup its trebbly enough to cut through the rest of the band, but both those setups are great to listen to.I wouldn't go swapping the speaker though, this 70 watt "lady luck" is a top sounder on my cards.

 
5.0

This is the 1X12 cab you're looking for

By volcan

from santa cruz

I have had the pleasure of owning many different 1X12 cabs - I can say I am blown away by the quality of this one. Solid, heavy plywood construction, more screws than necessary, great design. I pulled the speaker right away and installed a Celestion Blue and WOW!! This is one of the BEST steals of this decade! I prefer the open back style, this one is very cool. I am seriously thinking of getting another .....

 
5.0

Better than I expected!

By Oldschool0943

from Menominee, MI

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I bought this cabinet for my Valve Junior Amp head,which is awesome. The quality of this cab is top notch, The tolex and tweed material is excellent. It has metal protective corners and a strong carry handle. This is a perfect match for the valve jr. head. The speaker is good and lets my guitar sound as it should. Top notch for the $.BUY ONE if you have the V.J head.

 
5.0

Good, Cheap Cab

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Nice warm tone, makes a nice light overdrive if you put it at around 12. Along with the Valve Junior head, it sounds amazing. I tried it with some others, but it just didn't sound as good.

 
3.0

Epiphone Valve Jr. 1 x 12 ext. cab.

I own this cabinet and I give it an average rating for features, as there aren't many. But ,after all, it IS a speaker cabinet. How many features can there be? The workmanship appears to be very good. It seems to be very well made and has a really attractive apearance, complimenting the look of the Valve Jr. Head. While I have limited expeirience with Emminence speakers, I am totally unimpressed with the SOUND of this cabinet when used with my Valve Jr. head ( with "Bit-Mo" mods).It makes the amp sound like it has a blanket thrown over it when compared to running it through my ADA 1x12 cabinet with a Celestion speaker inside. With the Epiphone 1x12 cab, it makes the amp sound lackluster and dull, almost muddy. The cabinet looks great, and I will probably replace the Emminence Lady Luck speaker with a Celestion Vinatge 30. It is reasonably priced, but just doesn't have the clarity and tone that the Valve Jr. Head is capable of producing.

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