This SV212 Studio Vintage speaker cabinet is the perfect companion for the SV20H Studio Vintage amplifier head. This cabinet is extremely portable and lightweight with two metal handles on each side. The SV212 provides excellent tones for any genre. This cabinet delivers remarkable and recognizable sounds similar to the 1959SLP.
This angled cabinet is ideal for tonal projection and allows the SV20H to reach the searing, over-driven heights it was built to produce. (2) 12 inch Celestion V-Type speakers are all you need!
This cabinet is a floor model and it has slight tears on the rear top of the white snakeskin. (Please see all photos). This is a cosmetic issue only and does not affect the speaker sound in any way! Excellent condition overall, easily fixable!
- White Snakeskin Finish
- (2) 12" Celestion V-Type Speakers
- 140W Of Power
- 8 Ohm Impedance
- 52.6 lbs
- 21.1" W
- 29.5" H
- 12.6" D
- (1) Speaker Input
- Authorized Marshall Dealer
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