Greenback 1x12 Cabs?

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  1. philcoleman4

    philcoleman4 Member

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    Looking for a cabinet with a 1x12 Greenback in it....any suggestions where I can get one at a decent price?

    I know Avatar is great, But I would prefer it to be ported if possible.


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  2. Dave

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    I have a CAA 1x12 (same as Bogner cube) loaded with a Greenback reissue and it's great. Not sure if you can order it from Suhr loaded with a G12M, but buying used would save you a lot anyhow.
     
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    Oh yeah I plan on buying used. I have a Suhr Badger 18, and I know for a fact it will sound good with a Greenback. I need to pay off some debt, so I need to keep SOME cash if possible.
     
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    I think the Night Train cab comes with a greenback and I don't think there that expensive.
     
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    Hmm...I'll have to bring it to the store and try that. I don't know if there is any difference in there greenback or the G12M. Thanks for the tip.
     
  6. philcoleman4

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    Is the Night Train cab a true greenback or something else?
     
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    Where is that cab made? What is it made out of? Where is the speaker made?

    If you live in the US getting a US built Lopoline cab and Green Beret speaker is one option for the same price. I put a Green Beret in my Classic 30 amp and it was a huge improvement over the original speaker. But I did learn from this experience that a Greenback (or its clone) sounds best in a closed back cab so I'd get a closed back cab of some type for it next time.

    This would not only get you a better quality cab and speaker but it might also help your neighbor to keep his job.
     

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