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A Handy Little Speaker Cabinet

Advantages: Good sound quality, quite compact
Disadvantages: A tad heavy!

The Marshall 1936 Speaker Cabinet is a cabinet designed for use with a Marshall amplifier head. The cabinet contains two 12” speakers and has an output rating of 150 watts (RMS). Most people are probably aware of the appearance of Marshall amplif ...

richard_richard 08.01.2004 · Read full review
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Review of Marshall MR 1936 StD Box

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Marshall 2x12 1936 Review, My Honest Opinion

Advantages: Good Sound Quality, Reasnably Cheap, Not Very Heavy
Disadvantages: Slightly Lacking In Bass Tone And A Big Sound

Hi Dudes!!!! This Marshall 2x12 Speaker cabinet is a great way to introduce a new head from marshal or another company such as peavey. The sound quality out of the speakers is quite bassy and high quality, not quite as good as the 4x12 but will defeten ...

BenMeredith123 26.05.2008 · Read full review
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Marshall 4x12 1960 Jcm 900 Speaker Cabinet

Advantages: Awesome Bass Tone and Proper Marshall Sound, Extremley Good Value For Money!!!!!
Disadvantages: Hard To Transport, But Shouldnt be a problem with 2 people, Hard to store.

...Dudes!! This cabinet to me is easily the best buy out there, and this is backed by the number of pro's that use it. Even the legend of joe satriani uses a peavey head but reverts to using the great sound quality of marshall speakers. The amount of b ...

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Review of Marshall MR 1960 TV Box

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Classic Marshall

Advantages: Dependable sound and reliability.
Disadvantages: They're huge!

This is the standard Marshall 4x12", rated at 300W. You cannot get a better looking speaker cab. The Marshall is a classic. The standard version comes in angled (A) or straight (B) formats, which are identical except for their shapes. The 1960A/B cabs a ...

godspeed 19.04.2001 · Read full review
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Review of Marshall MR 1960A/B

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