Person took it at face value and i really just want to dating rola celestion speakers relax and leave.
The Celestion Blue Alnico 15W 12" Speaker was originally designed in the '50s and used in early Vox and Marshall amplifiers. Known for its exceptional tonal definition and dynamic audio range.
In overdrive, pick attack is vividly articulated with sustained notes trailing off into warm harmonic tones.
The work of what would become Celestion started in Hampton Wick (suburban London) in 1924.
The company grew rapidly, but was hit by the depression.Grey top panel, 6 inputs, 6 plastic black vents with VOX logo on, plywood cabinet, point to point soldering (not pcb), Speakers are Rola Celestian greenbacks G12H 30 W, 12 Ohms (repeat 12 Ohms! Markings on speaker "arms" are T1969 CE X and T1969 CE S. ) plate reads: VOX SOUND LIMITED, serial No: 75081897.(ther'es no letter 'D") The serial no: is handwritten, or hand "scraped" onto the metal panel.That elusive piece of the overall equation, so many options and so little time to test them all — Celestion, Fane, Eminence, Jensen, Jb L, Utah, Ceramic, Alnico, 1x12, 2x12, 4x12, 2x10, 4x10, 1x15, 2x15, 4x15, 1x18 and I'm sure there are even more! Is it just that one is made in England and the other in China? What is the difference between the G12H 30 Heritage 75 hz and the G12H 30 70th Anniversary?Inside there has been some recapping with modern bright blue capacitors here and there, and at some point someone wired in a 1/4"jack socket and plug arrangement for the speakers. I can hear an earlier break up than I was expecting - could this be the Greenbacks? It sounds great but was hoping for a little more "chiming: and less break up.