Artists use this
The nicest cab you'll ever see!
What could you want for a 2 speaker cabinet other than being well built, and house great speakers in it? Most companies nowadays are releasing "vertical" cabs, because they finally realized that's how most home players actually need a cab to be. While these companies are putting these speakers one on top of the other, the Alchemist cab stands tall, despite its smaller height.
Let's first talk about its look. WOW. That's probably the most good looking cab of all cabs. Period. Its tolex is strong and the retro-modern grill cloth gives it a style that will fit pretty much any setting.
The speakers are at a 45 degrees angle one from another, instead of the new-type on top of the other speaker cabinets. This gives us two things. First, it's as large as a standard amp head, so it makes it look more like a slightly smaller 4 speaker cab, which makes you wonder if it's cute, or if it's just the nicest cab you've ever seen. That speaker placement allows you to enjoy a bassier G12H on the floor and brighter Greenback on top. More on the speakers below.
They say it's open back, but it's semi-open, which is great for a balance of the two. When playing at home, not all the beef is going on the back of the cab, and is more projected to the front, especially when playing at lower volumes. When playing live at louder volumes the open-back part does its job at getting a beefier sound while still cutting well though the mix.
It sports two 12" speakers, a Celestion Greenback and a G12H Anniversary, which makes it perfect for any modern rock, metal, classic rock. and blues as well. These sound very good even at low volume, you can still feel that bass in your tone, which is awesome. Like I wrote earlier, the speaker placement is everything with this cab. Bright on top, dark on bottom, that's how I like my cabs to be. Maybe one day I will replace the G12H for a Vintage 30, but it sounds so good I don't really care about it.
I paired it with a Peavey Valveking 20MH, and together the setup looks veeeeery neat, Like a Marshall/Vox vibe with a modern twist.