#1
Hey.

What would be the best marshall Cab to get for the Marshall TSL100 Head?
#2
1960a
1960b
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#4
+1 1960a

are the jcm900 cabs the same?

the b ones have slightly tigher and fuller bottom end
#6
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yea +1 to the 1960A cab..........really cant beat it


yeah you can...

The 1960AV . its loaded with V30's.

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Quote by davedoom
the b ones have slightly tigher and fuller bottom end


its because theyre a straight cab and they're not sort of pointing at your ears. When things are on the ground they sound deeper, more punchy, and all that jazz.

IMO anyways lol
#7
The TSL would sound rather bad with the V30's, G12t-75's are the 1960a/b speakers which complement that amp.
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#8
Quote by Funky P
The TSL would sound rather bad with the V30's, G12t-75's are the 1960a/b speakers which complement that amp.


very true. I never thought of it like that. But still I prefer V30s to 75s. The 75s are too 'mids oriented' for my liking. idk...
#10
Quote by Blinded0n1sidE
very true. I never thought of it like that. But still I prefer V30s to 75s. The 75s are too 'mids oriented' for my liking. idk...

Aren't the mids scooped in the G12T-75?
#11
ya the 12t75 the mids are very scooped good for rhythm stuff the V30s got more mids to them thats why the TSL sounds good with the 75s and the old school more mids based amps sound good with the 30s
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#12
^ hmm wierd. The ones in my amp are very middy sounding, and they lack low response and the highs dont cut thru that well...