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Like Orange amps, PPC cabs are built to last using extremely rugged construction and manufacturing techniques....
Sizzling guitar tone is yours with this 1x12 cab loaded with a Celestion Vintage 30 12" speaker.
Bugera's 212V-BK 2x12 Guitar Speaker Cabinet offers 140 Watts of explosive power handling, in a desirable...
Jet City's isolation cab is a great solution for recording, controlling stage volume, and a variety of other...
Ultra-sturdy slanted cabinet with the sizzling tone of Celestion Vintage 30 speakers.
A hand-soldered, 120W, mono, 16-ohm 4x12" cabinet with salt 'n' pepper grille cloth, metal handles, and loaded...
Outstanding speaker cabinet, voiced to work with HT Venue amplifiers and a wide range of other products.
The Hot Rod Deluxe 112 Enclosure features a 12" Celestion G12P-80 speaker for more chunky bass response and...
Whether you have aspirations of one day selling out auditoriums, or are already there, a great amplifier cabinet can easily make or break your sound. With more than enough options available, you can easily maintain your signature sound while making sure it is loud enough for everyone to hear it. Choosing a head and cabinet over a combo option for your amplifier makes the most sense if you are looking for maximum volume to fill larger spaces. Many guitar legends swear by their stacks, and why wouldn't they? The sound, tone, and volume these amazing cabinets can produce are second to none. When you're looking for an amplifier cabinet there are a number of factors to consider. First of all, do you want an open-back cabinet or a closed-back? An open-back will offer you a louder sound, but it will also be a little bit looser. A closed back provides a tight sound that is more focused, but won't reach the same decibel levels its open-back counterpart. Next, you will want to look at speakers, because when picking out a cabinet, size definitely matters. Different speakers produce different sounds. Larger cones produce better bass frequencies, while smaller cones produce better treble frequencies. Even beyond that, different manufacturers give their speakers unique flourishes. It's all a matter of what works for you. After deciding on the size of the speakers you're looking for, the next logical decision to make is how many speakers do you want? If you're looking for massive sounds, 4 x 12 speaker cabinets worked wonders for Pete Townshend, but if you're interested in something with a little more portability, the Friedman Pink Taco 112 may be an ideal choice for you. It's important to strike a balance between the sound and volume you want and the portability and convenience you need. Guitar amplifier cabinets have been a staple in popular music for decades. Filling arenas with power chords and blazing solos, these cabinets will bring your guitar work to life. Whether you're shopping around for your first amplifier cabinet, or making a serious upgrade, there is a wide assortment of sound and power available to you.