100 dollar cab

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Alvis, Jun 16, 2008.

  1. Alvis

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    Score one for the good guys!! Congrats.

    It'll cost you more to get it back home!!
     
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    It's for my stash here in Europe
     
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    Holy Crap!!:eek:...Great score dude!, I still own a 1935B 4x12 cab and have owned two 1935A's in the past. I would check to see if yours has Rola-Celestion or Celestion-International G12-65's with the 444 cone. I've own both but didn't like cab with the Cel-Internationals in it as much as the one with the Rolas in it.
    But I used mine for Guitar, not Bass. Also all the ones I've owned were 16 ohm cabs not 8 ohm.
     
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    Cool. Having stashes of gear in various places around the world sounds like a very good thing.
     
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    My guess is that it has the newer white label Cel Ints in there ,but I didn't get a chance to open it up.Played some bass through it though,sounded great.I'll probably be lookin for a bottom cab over there to go with it.
    Haven't tried playin guitar through it yet,who knows, I may like it.
    Looks like it had a wheat grille but some lord of darkness sprayed it black along with the piping
     

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