Namesake for the famous British canine and one of the most recognized British tones for guitar.
Colouration: Thick and smooth, with lots of mids and extended highs. Very well balanced speaker. Classic British flavour.
Genre: Classic British tones for Blues, Indie and Jazz.
Nominal Diameter: 12.0", 304.8 mm
Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
Power: 50w rms
Freq. Response: 70.0 Hz-5.0 kHz
Sensitivity: 101.0 db 1w/1m
Magnet Weight: 38.0 oz, 1078.0 grams
Gap Height 0.312", 7.92 mm
Voice Coil Diameter 1.75", 44.5 mm
Acceptable Enclosure Types
- Closed back: Yes
- Open back: Yes
Overall Diameter: 12.02", 305.3 mm
Baffle Hole Diameter: 10.97", 278.6 mm
Number of Mounting Holes: 8
Mounting Holes Diameter: 0.25", 6.4 mm
Mounting Hole BCD: 11.63", 295.4 mm
Depth: 5.1", 130.0 mm
Net Weight: 8.0 lbs, 3.6 kg
Shipping Weight: 9.8 lbs, 4.5 kg
Fs: 96.0 Hz
Re: 7.01 ohms
Le: 0.49 mH
Vas: 33.7 L, 1.2 cuft
Vd: 64.0 cc
Cms: 0.09 mm/N
BL: 13.5 Tm
Mms: 31.0 grams
Xmax: 1.2 mm
Sd: 519.5 cm2
-Copper voice coil on paper voice coil former
-Ferrite magnet with non-vented core
-Pressed steel basket
-Paper cone with plain paper cone edge
-Zurette dust cap
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Have changed out those dull sounding Celestion G12T-75 with Private Jacks twice in two different cabs and not regretted it. They sound great.
I use these in all my Marshall cabs.... G12M tone at a fraction of the cost of a Celestion..... Break them in with a variac and the cones are very loose and believe you me they hold up to a 100 watt Marshall better then the Celestion G12M American made quality and UK made cones fantastic
I took out the celestion vintage 30, following a suggestion from youtube. The soundman at gig had complained that my amp's tone was not good. I have the 60 watt single 12 combo. I could not A/B the two, but I like the improvement. Also bought a Spark mini boost by TC electronics. Soundman very happy after our gig this weekend. Me too.