#1
Do cabs affect the tone/sound? I'm being pushed to get a Marshall 1960A. All I have currently is a MG cab, so would it be worth it to drop $400 or so on a 1960?

I'm using a JCM2000 head by the way.
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#2
oh my god yes. They affect sound like crazy.....
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oh my god yes. They affect sound like crazy.....


Electronically speaking, how does it affect it?
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Completely disregarding the speakers, just about every aspect of cab design will affect your tone. This includes internal dimensions, openings and ports, speaker angles, baffles, shape, etc. About the only aspect of cab design that doesn't is which color tolex you use.
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Completely disregarding the speakers, just about every aspect of cab design will affect your tone. This includes internal dimensions, openings and ports, speaker angles, baffles, shape, etc. About the only aspect of cab design that doesn't is which color tolex you use.


+1

If you're concerned about the cost, maybe consider a higher quality 2x12 like the 1936.
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