4x12" Speaker-Cabinet MBB Style black slant

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Partnumber: RSC412-SL

4x12" Speaker-Cabinet MBB Style black slant

The britisch 4 x 12'' cab is a real classic. Made of finest baltic birch, black levant covering and the original Salt & Pepper Grill.
All corners are finger-joint and even baffle and back-board are baltic birch. The use of solid birch wood compared to the regular chipboad makes this cabinet not only more powerfull sounding it also supports better sustain and tighter punch in the low end.
Picture shows a RSC412 loaded with Celestion G12H-Heritage (speakers are not included with RSC412-SL/-ST item).
We recommend the G12H-Heritage as best authentic choice for this cabinet!
Design: Black Levant + Salt & Pepper (Marshall® Bluesbreaker Style) Grill + white Piping
dimension: 76,5 x 74 x 36cm, (W x H x D)
30" x 29 1/4" x 14"
Old Style Metal Recessed Handle, caster not included

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