At 6:46 of this "Rig Rundown" with *Premier Guitar*, Joe says "Before on tours I used to travel with 75-watters, and 20-watters and 25s and 30s, and I finally figured out it's a better idea to go with the straighter head 1960B cabinets and tune the heads, so to speak, so that wherever you go in the world you’re going to find this cabinet. This is the most prevalent cabinet for Marshall. I've been really liking this cabinet a lot, more than in the past when I had a softer sound. I think especially with the edition of keyboards now, we're a five-piece band, these cut a lot more so I do like them. They should be 80-watt speakers."more
At 5:27, you can see the Marshalls 1960B Straight and [1960A Angled](http://equipboard.com/items/marshall-1960a-4x12-300-watt-angled-extension-cabinet) 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
On the official Marshall site, Tim McIlrath is quoted saying, "I've been playing Marshalls my whole life and so did most of the punk bands I grew up listening to. When you find something as reliable and classic as a Marshall, you don't mess with anything else." He is listed as using the 1960B cabinet. Original source [here](http://www.marshallamps.com/artists/r/rise-against-tim-mcilrath/).more
A detailed [gear diagram](http://www.guitargeek.com/stephen-carpenter-deftones-guitar-rig-and-gear-setup-2011/) for Stephen Carpenter of [Deftones](http://equipboard.com/band/deftones), traces the signal flow of the equipment, containing a Marshall 1960B 4x12" 300-Watt Straight Extension Cabinet, in his 2011 guitar rig.more
"Trower’s hottest rig blasted his array of Strats through a pair of 100-watt Marshall JMP-100 Mark II heads feeding two 1960-B 4x12 cabs and had an impressive effects chain on the floor: custom preamp and clean booster pedals, a Dan Armstrong Red Ranger treble booster, a Tychobrahe wah-wah, an octave/fuzz Fender Blender, a Uni-Vibe chorus/vibrato, Mutron II phase shifter, and two Electro-Harmonix Electric Mistresses."more
"Steve Harris (SH): Well a lot of people have commented on that and it is weird, because they freak out when I tell them I just use 4times12 cabs. But they’ve got full duty EV speakers in them and I do get the full range, from the top right through to the bottom. It’s a good tight sound — not so much a bottom end rumble."more
Fans of BABYMETAL took and posted photos before the band took the stage, getting clear photos of all members of the Kami Band's gear. This photo is of Takayoshi Ohmura's rig featuring a powered Kemper rack head, a Marshal JCM 1960B 4x12 cabinet, some Finger Ease, and his signature ESP 7 string.more
The standard Marshall 4x12. Picked mine up for $100 from a friend, tolex is in rough shape, but structurally sound and the casters still work well! Replaced the stock G12T-75's with a mix of 65w and 75w Creambacks. Mine rattles a bit with certain notes at high volume so I plan on reinforcing it structurally as well as re-wiring it with some better components.