#1
hey ug, i am stuck in a dilema of which cabinet to buy for my new tsl60 head. a 2x12 or a 4x12....if i had the money obviously a 4x12 but i was wondering if the sound difference is that much more apparent.
For the 2x12 i was looking at the 1936 because it has g12t75 speakers just like the 1960 half stacks.
What are your thoughts or experiences with these cabs. I am thinking of getting them new cause i don't want the problem of replacing blown speakers.

On a side note, my jcm2000 tsl60 head just came in from ebay, is there a way i can test if everything is working well without using a cab. Lets say getting it biased at the music store?

thanks alot
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#2
Get something other than a Marshall cab, unless you can find a good vintage one. The new ones are garbage IMO.

Splawn makes a great Marshall imitation, appearance-wise, and their build quality is far better.
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#3
G12T-75s are bleh. Get something with V30s.

Avatar, Lopoline, Splawn, old JCM 800 1936 w/ G12T-65s, etc. Would all be a better choice.
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#4
Quote by MatrixClaw
G12T-75s are bleh. Get something with V30s.

Avatar, Lopoline, Splawn, old JCM 800 1936 w/ G12T-65s, etc. Would all be a better choice.

As long as they're the original ones, WANT.
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#5
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As long as they're the original ones, WANT.

Yeah, I've been tryin to find one for my 6100 so I can have a mini stack and put the Vetta on the Cobra cab to destroy souls
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#6
I wouldn't touch a Marshall cab unless it's a 1960 that you can get for under $350.
#7
^that, but 400 heh.
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