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Hi, my name is Alberto.

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worldfam0us:

Unf | WF
cakeisalie32:

Oooh, look at this Mayones Regius!
miqthy:

Mayones Regius 7 Custom
maxaxeguitars:

Gibson SG Baritone! 
mosheogrady:

Electrical Guitar Company
Telecaster Deleuxe Baritone
baritones:

Speaker Cabinets. I have come to realize that speakers/cabinets are one of the most crucial aspects of guitar tone. Putting a $3000 amp through a shitty speaker cabinet isn’t going to sound like a $3000 amp.
Favorites. Fender tonemaster 4x12 - vintage 30s This was my first 4x12 and I love it to death. The vintage 30s do have that midrange spike that some don’t like but to me it adds a ton of punch to the overall tone. They really bring out your pick attack and when your amp is cranked you feel it in your gut. It’s got a really tight low end that doesn’t overwhelm. I generally use this cab with my thunderverb 200. Highly recommended.
Fender MH400st - g12k-100 This is the cabinet intended to mate with the fender MH(metal head) amp. It’s big and deep (size and tone). The celestion speakers were made especially for this cab as the g12k-100 normally only comes in 8ohms. These ones are 16ohms for a total of 4ohms/400watts. What this means is I can stop worrying about blowing speakers! It’s about time! This cabinet is very balanced through the whole tonal range. Big bottom, smooth mids, crystal clear highs. It sounds incredible with my ampeg V4 (and anything else I’ve tried it with).  Probably my favorite cabinet I’ve tried with a baritone guitar. Highly recommended.
Current setup. I’ve been using the previous 2 cabs together to get the biggest most crushing tone I’ve been able to get yet. My thunderverb into the tonemaster and my V4 into the MH split with a radial twin city ABY pedal. It’s super important to make sure the phase is correct when using 2 amps and the radial does a tremendous job.
Other cabs I’ve tried. Sunn 610L This will always be one of my favorite cabs. It has 6 ten inch speakers with each set of three angled towards eachother. This tames the treble and “beaming” that is common with guitar speakers. It is also ported in the bottom. The tone is big and clear. My only problem with it is the cabinet is only rated at 200 watts and the speakers (sunn) are pretty low sensitivity (probably around 95db). I’ve blown/repaired 5 of its 6 speakers. I’ve been using the MH412st instead of this since its speakers can handle the power and have a sensitivity of 99db.
Marshall 1965b This is a little 4x10 from the 80s. Sounds great for ten inch speakers (celestion g10l-35). I use this as my more portable cabinet for jams and laziness.
Marshall 8412. The cab made for the valvestate series. Smaller than a 1960. Made of MDF. DO NOT USE THIS CAB WITH A BARITONE. The entire cabinet rattles when you hit lower notes or power chords anywhere on the neck. The budget celestions fart out constantly. STAY AWAY.
IMPORTANT If possible always always buy used cabinets. They don’t hold their value as well as amps so they can be found pretty cheap. Buying new cabs is tough because no guitar shop I’ve ever been in will let a guy actually crank an amp loud enough to really tell what it’s gonna sound like at gig levels. Plus new speakers sound totally different than a set of used, already broken in speakers. Save yourself some money and buy used.
Have a nice day.