- 300-watt, 4 x 12" angled cabinet
- 4/16-ohm mono or 8-ohm stereo
- 4 x 75-watt G12T-75 speakers
- Black grille cloth and white piping
- Large white logo
- Black elephant grain vinyl
Nothing personifies the image of rock 'n' roll more completely than a wall of Marshall stacks. Though often imitated, nothing compares to the original. The 1960A is the angled version that features four G12T-75 speakers and is the perfect addition to your stage or recording rig! It's ideal for players who appreciate clarity and quality.
To ensure the ultimate in flexibility, the 1960A is switchable between mono (4 or 16 ohms) and stereo (8 ohms per side). The two mono impedance options provide extra amp matching capability while the cabinet's stereo capability makes it ideal for rack systems which typically run in stereo.
The 1960A produces a loud, well-focused, and uncluttered sound with a tight, full low end and a crisp, clear top. It projects well across the guitar's entire tonal range and its clarity makes it ideal for players who like using a fair amount of effects such as reverb, chorus, or delay as it doesn't mask or muddy-up such FX. Its all-around versatility and relatively uncolored nature makes this one of Marshall's best-selling cabs. It represents the sound of the guitar and head most accurately.
1960A (angled) cabinets came about because Jim Marshall felt a head on a straight front cab just didn't look designed. The sides and baffle of the cabinet feature an angled cut. This has both a cosmetic impact and a sonic one, because the top two 12" speakers angle slightly upwards. It has more sonic or dispersion and is a little brighter-sounding than a straight cabinet.
||4 x 12"
2 x 150W (stereo mode)
1 x 300w (mono mode)
16 ohms/4 ohms (Mono)
8 ohms (Stereo)
|Open / Closed Back
||2 x 1/4"
(H x W x D)
|29.7" x 30.3" x 14.4"
||36.5 kg / 80.5 Ibs