Enjoy serious Orange tone with this Orange 1x12" guitar cabinet. The Celestion Vintage 30 speaker can handle an unheard-of amount of overdrive.
Specifically designed for use with professional modelers, the PowerCab 212 Plus features 12 proprietary on-board speaker models and a USB audio interface.
This cabinet's rugged construction makes for a thicker tone with ultimate projection. It features 4 Celestion Vintage 30 speakers and flush cabinet handles.
Almost nothing beats the sight and sound of a Marshall 4x12 in the backline. The 240-watt MX412AR features a sizzling quartet of Celestion G12E-60 speakers.
Pair this 2x12 cab with the EVH 5150III MX head and wail with all the tone of Van Halen himself. Includes two 30-watt Celestion Heritage speakers.
Go big! The Marshall Origin 412A angled speaker cab pairs perfectly with Origin all-tube heads to create the midrange-rich tone of a vintage Marshall rig.
Chiming and dynamic, the Celestion Vintage 30 speakers inside this rugged birch plywood cabinet will bring the smallest details of your playing to life.
With this cab, you get the unique tone and rugged durability that is unmistakably Orange. Loaded with two Celestion Vintage 30 speakers, the PPC212-C rocks.
Smooth overdriven tone with plenty of punch is this cabinet's calling card. Perfect for high-gain tones and crispy cleans.
Looking for the features of the PPC412 in a smaller package? The solution is the Crush Pro 4x12, featuring custom Orange speakers inside a lighter cabinet.
Hear your amp the way you want. This vertical 2x12" speaker cab features a removable back panel to change the voicing from an open- to a closed-back sound.
Blast some classic Marshall grind through a pair of Celestion Seventy/Eighty speakers. Able to handle up to 160 watts, this cab pairs well with many heads.
The ideal companion to the 5150III 50W EL34 amplifier head, the EVH 5150III 212ST guitar speaker cabinet features dual 30-watt speakers and tilt-back legs.
This stylish and rugged 2x12" speaker cab perfectly complements your EVH head. A pair of 30-watt Celestion speakers and tilt-back legs complete the package.
A perfect companion for the EVH 5150 III MX head, this cab comes stocked with a Celestion Heritage speaker.
Made to perfectly complement the JJ Jr. head, this 1x12 cab features a front-ported design and is loaded with a single 65-watt Celestion Creamback speaker.
Loaded with 4 Celestion GT-75s, the Marshall 1960A cabinet is an iconic piece of rock history. In terms of tone and projection, no speaker cab compares!
Get that vintage Marshall sound! The Origin 212 speaker cab is designed to pair with Origin all-tube heads to create a large, full tone with a rich midrange.
That said, pairing an amp head with a speaker cab doesn't mean you need to go huge. Increasingly, modern guitarists are building separate-head-and-cabinet rigs to get more control over their tone. With a stack, you can swap out either your amplifier or speaker cabinet to take advantage of different tubes, speaker drivers, amp types, and different combinations of wattage and impedance. You can also add an extension cabinet to project your amp's sound farther, and get better dispersion on stage. This type of mixing and matching requires some technical knowledge, but can ultimately be your ticket to the Tone Zone -- and a way to build up your own customized collection of components for any situation.
From the instantly recognizable aesthetics and mid-range tonal bite of Orange and Marshall cabinets, to the classic vintage-vibe sounds of Fender and Vox, to higher-gain brands like Randall and EVH, the options out there for electric guitar cabinets can be a little overwhelming. You could go all-Orange for a fuzzy, British drive, or go all-Fender for bright, chiming clean sounds -- but you don't have to stick with all one brand. Try open-back cabinets for bright, up-front tone with a lot of presence, or plug into a closed-back cab for more low-mid bark and thicker bass.
As far as speaker firing angle, there are straight and angled cabinets -- pioneered by Marshall for The Who in the 1960s -- which aim the sound slightly upward toward the guitarist's ear for convenient stage monitoring. Speaker size (8" vs. 10" vs. 12"), impedance, cabinet construction material, and stereo/mono capability are just a few more of the specs you may want to consider when shopping for the perfect guitar cab. As always, feel free to call our Gear Experts at 800-460-8089 with any questions related to amp and speaker combinations.