#1
Im thinkin of buying this cab to go with my JCM 800 head, but I would like to hear some opinions on this cab ? for example should I buy this instead of a 4x12 ?

I practise 2 times a week, and play some gigs now and then.... Most of all I would like a 4x12 stack, but I think it would bee very hard to move it all the time... by the way, when I practise at home, its in my basement.......

Gibson Les Paul Standard
Takamine G Series 6&12 string accoustics

Marshall JCM 800 50w 1987 (4 input)
Marshall 1936 Cab

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MXR 10 band EQ

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#3
They are a good fit for you. 4 x 12's are cool loking and funcional if you need that type of sound, but it doesnt seem you need one.
#4
thanks guys...

Anyone have any experience with these cabs ?
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Takamine G Series 6&12 string accoustics

Marshall JCM 800 50w 1987 (4 input)
Marshall 1936 Cab

Jim Dunlop CryBaby
MXR 10 band EQ

R n'fn' R!
#5
i have played one once and they sound very good just like a normal marshall cab just in 2x12 form
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#6
sounds sweet

I better try one out then...
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Takamine G Series 6&12 string accoustics

Marshall JCM 800 50w 1987 (4 input)
Marshall 1936 Cab

Jim Dunlop CryBaby
MXR 10 band EQ

R n'fn' R!
#8
^And Sl4sh_jr is in norway were you cant find them (Avatar)...


So you went on my tip? good thinking. Marshalls 1936's are suppsodely very good (havent tried one, but ive tried a 1960 cab with the same speakers).
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