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Since 1962, when Jim Marshall designed the first ever 4x12 cab, the legendary Marshall 1960A is the ultimate powerhouse that has graced countless stadiums, concert halls, studios, festival stages, local pubs, and garages everywhere!
With it's notable angled cut, the sonic impact can be heard as the top two 12" speakers angle slightly upward, consequently creating a brighter sound than a straight cab. Overall, the 1960A has a tight and full low-end, and is balanced supremely with a crispy clear top-end.
The 1960A projects magnificently across a guitars entire tonal spectrum, allowing a guitarist to freely use any desired effect (such as reverb, delay, chorus, flanger..ect.) without a compromise in the produced sound. As many cabs would increasingly muddy with the usage of effects, the 1960A maintains it's laser-focused, powerful sound!
Ready for any challenge, the 1960A Is built for the road, capable of handling the stresses associated with transportation, set-up, sound check, and storage. The 1960A was built for the road! Touring guitarists fear not, the 1960A will conquer the perils of showtime night after night without a compromise of usage. The materials used for the 1960A's construction are the finest available, meaning your amp won't be as tired as you after the last gig on the road!
This particular 1960A, being a 1998, features 4 75-watt G12DT-75 Celestion Speakers Made In England as opposed to China, where contemporary Celstion speakers are made.
- Speaker Type: Celestion G12DT-75W
- Speaker Configuration: 4 x12
- Selectable Mono/Stereo: Yes
- Impedance Stereo/Mono: 8 ohm, 16/4 ohm
- 30"W x 32-3/4"H x 14-1/4"D
Excellent Condition: All features tested and working. No major damage, only some wear and tear on the front/side tolex covering. This is a pre-owned amp and there are some very minor signs of use. Please view the pictures carefully and consider them part of the description.