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Celestion Vintage T1281 G12H-30 BlackBack Speakers

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ToneZone LA
Los Angeles, CA, United States
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Up for sale here is a set of (4) 1970s' Vintage Celestion G12H-30 - T1281 - 55hz, 30 Watt @ 16ohm 12" Speakers. The cones are the 444 Kurt Mueller Bass cones. All of the speakers appear to original and not re-cones. One of the four speakers does have the finish peeling away form the frame, you can still see some of the original stamped ID - see photo. All of the speakers work and function as they should. As far as I know, there are no known tears or separations from the voice coil that are evident in any of the speakers.

These are the classic AC/DC Celestion Speaker of the mid to late 1970s' - I've attached a Youtube video to the listing from Johan Segeborn comparing different Celestion of the 1970s' era, and this speaker is among the several he is comparing. Johan does a great job of demoing this speaker and you can get pretty idea of what this speakers sound like.

Speakers are being sold as a set - I do not wish to break them up at this point.

I Prefer Local Pickup here in Southern CA - but will consider shipping. The (4) Speakers Collectively are HEAVY and will require (2) separate boxes to ship - Shipping Will be at Least $100 or more to ship all (4) speakers.
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