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new cab day - marshall 1960ahw

Mr Boggie

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love it - just got it delivered. speakers need a bit of a work in but oh my what a noticeable difference than a 2x12 with v30's. That was my original frame of reference. Long live the honeymoon.
 

indeedido

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I'm going to go from a 2x12 with V30s also to the 1960BHW. What tonal difference did you find from the v30 to the heritage? I like the mid crunch of the v30s, is it still there with the heritage? Do you find more bottom end?
 

EelEye

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The G12H30 Heritage's have great bottom end (like thundering bottom end). However, they are "scooped" sounding to my ears with a very strident top end. They aren't very middy at all.

Great speakers in their own right, but IMHO you need a midrange heavy amp to work with them.
 

indeedido

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Thanks EelEye. I'm running a Marshall YJM100 head which has nice mids to them. I used to run g12t-75s until I found the V30s. I don't want to go back to being that mid scooped. I'm hoping the Heritage's are a good inbetween.
 
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EelEye

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I'm looking at the 55hz, may be a bit warmer.
I know it may sound backwards, but I believe the 55hz has much more top end than the 75hz cones. The 55hz speaker is pretty scooped, which may be the reason for that.
 




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