#1
Thinking about having a matching cabinet for my new Marshall head. My Orange cab is in mint shape and I can trade this guy for his 1960a in mint shape and he will add enough cash to make it more than reasonable. I plan on sticking 2 v30s in an x pattern with the g12t-75s.

Worth trading to match em up... or should i not even consider it and keep the behemoth orange cab?
Last edited by cheesefries at Feb 11, 2014,
#2
i prefer the orange cab, but if you want to switch the cabs out then go for it. some people just don't like the aesthetic of an orange cabinet either

i see it as kinda lateral decision, especially if he is going to throw you some cash to cover the cost discrepancy of the cabs.
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#3
I'd probably trade just so everything matches up, it would bother me otherwise. But I think its a fair trade for both
#4
cool. thanks guys. I'm set on doing it then. Even if it isn't built "as sturdy" as the Orange I'm guessing its more than good enough. So many famous acts use the cab with talents far beyond mine. Plus thats 40 less pounds I wont have to carry around anymore
#5
It would just kinda be side-stepping IMO, both are great cabs. But if you're getting cash and just want to trade up, I don't see why not.
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#6
keep the orange unless you really need a change. they IMO own marshall cabinets everywhere. I sold my 1960b a while ago nice cab, but everything is for sale. for a price.
however iown two orange cabs and love them the marshall just picked up cheap and played it for a bit and sold it for a few.

if you want V30/T75 combination if the ohms match each trade two of the speakers
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#7
I would not. If you want a matching Marshall cab, the MF280/400 are excellent cabs and run $300-$350 used. These are oversized 4x12 cabs with V30's and sound closer to a Mesa cab.
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#8
man you guys are screwing with my mind right now. lol

I've got another day to think it over

I just checked out that Mode Four cab. That is definitely beast. But the normal 412s are pushing it already for me moving them around. I can't see myself living with an oversized one.
Last edited by cheesefries at Feb 11, 2014,
#9
I typically play my Marshall JCM DSL100 through a Krank Rev 4x12 which is an excellent cab and it sounds huge

The MF280 has V30's the MF400 has K-100's
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#10
Hell no. Keep your Orange. This coming from a man who has used a 1960A for 20 years.
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