#1
Are Marshall AVT cabs the same size as, say, a 1960 cab? Or are they small? What kind of speakers do they have? Do they at all compare to G12T-75 speakers?
#2
They are small like the MGs. They have Celestion Rocket 50s. They suck.

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#3
I remember them being somewhere between the size of an MG cab and a 1960A

Either way, if your best bet for a Marshall cab is a used 1960A/B. Forget the MG and AVT cabs. They're not built as well, and use sub-par speakers.
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#4
Yeah, I was afraid of that. I need a bottom cab and was hoping to spend as little coin as possible. Looks like I'm getting the 1960 cab unless anybody has any REALLY good experience with 80's Thrash and Laney cabs.
#5
Well, I can't comment on those cabs, but Laney seems to have a pretty good rep. If you go w/the 1960, the bottom cabs tend to go cheaper than the angeled ones (I've seen 'em go as cheap as $300 or so). Keep an eye out on craigslist and ebay
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- Gibson Flying V 120 #2 (Cherry)
- Gibson SG Standard ('61 style)
- Jackson DK2M

- ENGL Fireball 60
- Avatar 4x12

- Many pedals, plus other stuff
#6
the 1960 cabs have horrible resale value, there will undoubtedly be someone near you with one listed on craigslist that will be willing to go as low as $300.
#7
AVT speakers sound like arse.
Only Mode 4 and 1960A/B cabs are worth considering.
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