1973 Marshall LBO 2045 60w 2×12 Speaker Cabinet.
Original chequer board grille cloth and Celestion Greenbacks, dated to 29th March 1970 and 11th November 1973. According to Marshall, it is wired and configured like the Hendrix cabs of 1967!
Where can you go where Marshall is not a household brand? They are built to the highest quality and are extremely collectable in the modern market year on year.
This is no exception to the rarity and build-quality of these favoured early 70s cabinets and gives a sound to die for!
Grille Cloth: Black & Grey Chequer Board
Watts: 60 watts
Impedance: 16 ohms
Speakers: 2x Celestion T1221 & 1281
We pride ourselves on our inspections and the professional service of each amplifier, making this ready to plug in and play anywhere within the UK.
This is in great, used condition and has been extremely well looked after in its time! The cabinet shows minimal wear and the interior looks untouched!
We believe this to be all original. However, the corners were changed in the late 1970s.
One of the best quality cabinets you will find. These exceed the quality of most new amplifiers and are always on the increase in regards to collectability.
Come along and have a play!
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