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A hand-soldered, 120W, mono, 16-ohm 4x12" cabinet with salt 'n' pepper grille cloth, metal handles, and loaded...
A rock standard now with impedance switching!
The Marshall JVMC212 extension cab is the perfect companion for any JVM combo or head.
True vintage tone.
Everyone has heard of Marshall. That’s because Marshall makes some of the best amplifiers on the planet. Founded in 1966 and gracing stages all over the world ever since, it’s Marshall’s attention to detail and unique building techniques that have made them a household name for musicians everywhere. With a huge selection to choose from, no matter how you plan to build your stack you'll find a Marshall cabinet to complete it for you. If this is your first stack, you'll want to start your search with the MG Series MG412CF 4x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet. Featuring four 12" custom-voiced Marshall/Celestion speakers, an angled or straight-front configuration, and 120-watts of raw power, this cabinet delivers true "Marshall Tone". On the other hand, if fat, vintage sound is more what you're looking for, spend some time with the 1960TV Cabinet. With a well-defined mid-range and prominent lows, this angled-front cabinet features four 12" Greenback speakers for a warm sound, 100-watts of power, and an original cloth grille front.
If you’re looking for something that has as much visual edge as it does face-melting power, you're going to want to check out the Custom Tattoo Series. With designs from some of the world's top tattoo artists like Emily Wood, Anthony Flemming and Phil Kyle, these are some of the most collectible cabinets around. Check out the Custom Tattoo 1960A Vicky Morgan 4x12 Guitar Cabinet. With an earth-shattering 300-watts, four 12" Celestion G12T-75 speakers and an iconic Vicky Morgan tattoo design on the front, this cabinet adds some nasty attitude to your stack.
Used by top artists like Malcolm Young of AC/DC, Ryan Roxie of Alice Cooper, Black Label Society’s Zakk Wylde and so many more, musicians everywhere all swear by the unparalleled quality of these cabinets. If you want to experience the level of play your favorite guitarists do, then only a Marshall cab will do.