#2
so did i

are you sure the person selling them hasn't just seen the massive g12 on the back of the v30 and misnamed them?
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if he did replace them i would pass...people buy those cabs for the reason that they have v30s. I'm a supporter of "to each his own", but keep looking for a v30 cab, they are dynamite!
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Well yeah I found on a load of websites that sell 1960AVs they say that it contains G12s, so I assume it's just a rename or something similar.

I plan on putting the two V30s in my 212 into the 412 and putting two of the G12s back in the 212 for selling it anyway, so I'll end up with a 412 with 2 V30s and 2 G12s.
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why would you do that? odds are (not certain, but probably) they are v30s.
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Well yeah I found on a load of websites that sell 1960AVs they say that it contains G12s, so I assume it's just a rename or something similar.

I plan on putting the two V30s in my 212 into the 412 and putting two of the G12s back in the 212 for selling it anyway, so I'll end up with a 412 with 2 V30s and 2 G12s.


Why the hell would you do that? They're the same speakers.
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/celestion-vintage-30-speaker

Note the writing of G12 on the left and Vintage 30 on the bottom!!! WOW!!! It's magic!
G12 is the model type or something and vintage 30 is the model name.
#9
i'm guessing G stands for guitar and 12 for 12" speaker. But i could be wrong.

I know the M in the greenback stands for medium (weight of magnet) and the H in the g12h30 stands for heavy (again, magnet weight), so it's possible the abbreviations are pretty simple like that.
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i'm guessing G stands for guitar and 12 for 12" speaker. But i could be wrong.

I know the M in the greenback stands for medium (weight of magnet) and the H in the g12h30 stands for heavy (again, magnet weight), so it's possible the abbreviations are pretty simple like that.


i am pretty sure you are correct. if you look at a majority celestion G12H-30, G12K-1000 G12t75, etc.

(i am not positive on the quote of the different speakers, but that is what iremember)
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