Celestion Guitar Speakers / Celestion G12T 75 16 Ohm

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Celestion speakers started in Hampton Wick England in 1924. Celestion Radio Company and Celestion Limited were formed in 1927, and two years later the company moved across the Thames to Kingston. The company grew rapidly, but was hit by the depression.

Wartime restrictions forced Celestion and the nearby British Rola Company to produce loudspeakers to the same specification; British Rola bought Celestion in 1947 and formed Rola Celestion and moved production to Thames Ditton in 1949. Rola Celestion was bought by Truvox - a manufacturer of public address systems in 1949.

Celestion developed the first dedicated guitar speaker T0530, what came to be known as the Alnico Blue and with its marriage with the Vox AC15 and AC30 a legend was born. In 1968 the company started production in Ipswich, moving all production there by 1975. Celestion developed the speakers that then powered the Blues and Rock Revolution in the late 1960's and early 1970's with speakers such as the G12M Green Back and G12H. Over recent years Celestion have remade some of their finest and most sort after speakers.

Watford Valves have supplied speakers to the music industry for over 25 years and with the benefit of hindsight can honestly say that for guitar or bass Celestion's are the best speaker's money can buy.
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The G12T-75 is an extremely versatile loudspeaker which was released towards the end of the '70s. This speaker handles 75 watts RMS and was found in many of the world's leading guitar amplifier cabinets as original equipment, such as the 300 watt Marshall 1960 4 x 12.

Wide frequency response and high sensitivity and noted for its aggressive and spiky tonal qualities made this real winner in the 1980's. The G12T-75 is in fact remarkably versatile and suited to all musical styles.

By staying clean at high volume levels it will take some driving if you use this in a small venue. It really excels in Rock, Metal, Thrash and high-gain Indie due to its huge bass, relaxed mids and vibrant highs.



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