"I run both of those [65amps and Satellite] consecutively generally through four Marshall 25-watt speakers. I run a combination of the 65 and the Satellite generally the whole time when we’re doing Pearl Jam shows live. Then I kick on one more head called a, uh…hold on I’m trying to remember. I just changed my rig around…I’m never kind of satisfied."more
At 5:27, you can see the Marshalls 1960a Straight and Angled with the golden logo in bottom right. [According to this article](http://www.dummymag.com/features/justice) they are just for aesthetics "Are Justice’s Marshall amps really plugged in? They both use rock aesthetics and as a result possess an appeal beyond the confines of the electronic dance geek." At 4:43 "In the Marshalls, we have led video screens" At 2:13 you can see the Marshalls coming from truck and they are empty inside. At 7:50, you can see led lights systems from the Marshall amps.more
Troy plugs his Vox amplifier heads into Marshall cabinets in studio and live. [Premier Guitar](http://www.premierguitar.com/articles/19577-rig-rundown-queens-of-the-stone-ages-troy-van-leeuwen) states, "He plays through two Vox AC30s, a combo and a head driving Vox and Marshall cabs."more
In this photo, taken in concert at Billie Joe Armstrong's birthday party on February 17, 1990, Larry appears to be using a Marshall 1960A cabinet. Marshall logo is either obscured from view or removed or taped over. Larry used this cabinet (presumably it was his only cabinet) during his stint with the Lookouts (1985-1991).more
On the [Gear page](http://www.billyduffy.com/gear/marshall-speaker-cabinets/) of Billy Duffy's website, he says, "I first bought them in ’86 and they all had that black front and I thought they looked a bit too ‘heavy metal’ for me, not particularly to my taste... so I had someone refinish the fronts with vintage Marshall speaker cloth to make them look more 1970s. Recently Marshall have re-issued some of these cabinets with the black fronts and whereas the contents of the cabinet are good old style speakers the front grille is the more modern Marshall look that they’ve run since the mid eighties and that’s the look I hate, the look I paid to get rid of, too heavy metal. They do also make that 1960 cabinet with the more traditional vintage basket weave so I’ve bought a couple of them as they look the same as the ones that I had made up back in the day."more
In 2004 BtP asked Geoff, on a Norwegian fan's behalf, what amps, instruments, and other 'essentialities' he used to get his characteristic sound. Here's Geoff's reply: Marshall DSL100 amplifier Marshall 1960A 4 x 12" cabinet with Celestion G12-75 speakers Behringer V-Amp2, for effects Guitars: Fret-King Corona (Strat-type) and Sid Poole Les Paul replicamore
In this diragram of wyane's on stage equipment and his states about his Marshall 1960A 4x12" 300-Watt Angled Extension Cabinet "Solid state amps ARE the Static X sound - tight, crunchy and mean. Plus, if one goes down, I can walk into almost any music store and pull one off the shelf and get back to rocking."more
It looks the part, it sounds the part, but it's a pain in the a$$ to get around. Once it's out of the car and on stage, I couldn't love it more! There's little else to say about it really, it works, and sounds excellent!
I use this with my Marshall JVM head and the stock speakers in it are fantastic. The JVM has quite a kick, but this cab is more than capable of handling it. This cab is perfect for someone who gigs regularly, and is portable and not too heavy.
Again, same as the head....it's too much of me nowadays. It was fun when I was a kid but I can't crank it in my NYC apartment and these half stacks played at low volumes don't sound like JCM800's. You might as well have a Park practice amp LOL.
This cabinet, especially when it is loaded with it's classic Celestions, will never let you down in terms of tone, feel, look, and durability. I definitely recommend this cabinet, however, do not buy from stores like Casio or Guitar Center. You can find the same thing used for WAY less money. That's what happened with me.