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Cabine classique qui peut être eu pour pas cher! - Avis Marshall 1960A JCM800 Lead

Rapport qualité/prix : Excellent
I am almost positive that the Marshal 1960A cabinet is the most prevalent speaker cabinet on the planet. I myself, have owned 6 or 7 of them over the last few years. Sure, they may not be as refined as other cabs out there, but nothing says rock like a Marshall cab. No matter how many times I sell all of my 1960 cabs, I end up finding a great deal on a used one and I snag it.

These cabs come loaded with Celestion G12T-75's. They are far from being my favorite speaker. But, they can do the job. I find them somewhat harsh and scooped, but that may work in your favor if you have a very mid heavy amp. I just think they are way too 'colored' and I wish these cabs came with something a little more neutral.

As I mentioned in my 1960TV review, these cabs are great, but have some cheap parts. The handles, casters, tolex, and jack assembly are very cheap. These are what tend to crack, break, tear, and get messed up on these cabs. Also, the wiring is somewhat thin and cheap. I'm not a big fan of the particle board back panel. If you can overlook these things, or upgrade them, you have the potential to snag a great cab for stupid cheap. I have never paid more than $400 for one of these, and that was with Vintage 30's. The two I currently own now, I purchased for $200 a piece. That's crazy! Also, they have the look and tend to look more and more awesome with wear.

Overall, you honestly can't go wrong with one. I prefer the 1960B (straight front), but a 1960A will do you right.