Marshall 1960AX 100-watt 4x12" Angled Extension Cabinet with Greenbacks

100-watt, 16 ohm, 4x12" Closed-back Cabinet with Greenback G12-25 Vintage Speakers
Marshall 1960AX 100-watt 4x12
Marshall 1960AX 100-watt 4x12
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Vintage Marshall Goodness

Marshall Amplification has been responsible for some of the most iconic sounds in rock 'n' roll history. And as many classic designs as they have, there is really only one original Marshall sound, thanks to their 25-watt Celestion Greenback-loaded 4 x 12" speaker cabinet. Now you can get that '70s checkered grille cloth look and the same sound heard on countless records without the headaches of a vintage piece of gear with the Marshall 1960AX 4 x 12" speaker cab. Plug in your amp and guitar and crank it all the way up into your Marshall 1960AX speaker cabinet.

Marshall 1960AX 4 x 12" Speaker Cabinet at a Glance:
  • Vintage tone from the Celestion G12-25 25-watt Greenback speakers
  • Vintage Marshall looks
Vintage tone from the Celestion G12-25 25-watt Greenback speakers

Because they are very responsive, with more peaks in the upper mids and highs, many famous guitar solos got their voice with the G12-25 Greenback. The G12-25 is based on the first speaker produced by Celestion to feature a ceramic magnet assembly. Every subtlety of the player's dynamic style comes through perfectly clear, and their warmth and woodiness compresses in a way that is musical and very forgiving for the player. The Greenback is a must-have speaker for anyone seeking classic rock 'n' roll tone.

Vintage Marshall looks

The Marshall 4 x 12" 1960AX speaker cabinet doesn't only nail the classic sound of Marshalls from the past, but you also get that same visually striking tower of goodness behind you onstage, as well. The 1960AX cabinets are made with the 1970s style checkered grill cloth and vintage-looking Tolex with gold piping. These Marshall 1960AX speaker cabinets are every bit as beautiful-looking as they are legendary-sounding.

Marshall 1960AX Features:
  • 4 x 12" vintage style speaker cabinet
  • 25-watt Celestion G12-25 Greenback speakers
  • 1970s checkered grille cloth and gold piping
  • Small size white logo with gold foil
  • Black levant vinyl/gold beading on cabinet
  • Finger-locked joints are used on all 4 corners of the frame
  • Castors are standard and can be removed if desired
  • 100-watt power capacity
Get the tone you know and love with the Marshall 1960AX speaker cab!

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Tech Specs

Configuration 4 x 12"
Speakers 4 x 12" G12-25 Greenback
Power Handling 100W
Impedance 16 ohms
Cabinet Type Angled
Mono/Stereo Mono
Height 29.9"
Width 29.7"
Depth 14.3"
Weight 81.4 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number M-1960AX-U

Customer Reviews

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5/5

Great cab

I've had this cab for about 2 years now and can't say enough good things about it. To me, it just sounds "right". The cabinet itself resonates nicely and isn't nearly as directional as my other cabs. Kind of like if you are off to the side of it, it still is making a nice sound there. When you are directly in front, it's not blowing your head off with volume or high end. It kind of has a wider dispersion than my other cabs. The tone of the greenbacks with this cabinet just seems to work well no matter what amp it is paired with, and I have maybe 15 amps from blackface fenders through vox through marshalls and some newer stuff like a splawn. The other cabs I can compare too are a trace elliot 4x12 with v30s, a custom made cab from Canada that currently has old celestion 70's greenbacks, another peavey 412 with g12h30s and 75's, a splawn 2x12 which either had a v30 and cream back or 2 cream backs in it. Basically I've swapped speakers all around in those other cabs, but none of them ever sound as nice as this cabinet. Icing on the cake is it's about as pretty a cabinet as you could hope for. Highly recommended.
Music background: Experienced
See also: Amp Cabinets, Marshall, Marshall Guitar Amp Cabinets