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Memphis 1x12 Blonde & Oxblood Eminence Legend (demo)

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Rocket Cab: Memphis 1x12

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EMINENCE LEGEND 1258 12" GUITAR SPEAKER 8 OHM
This speaker has been used to demo some cabs in our shop.
Light use. Works perfect. 
Pure Vintage! Used in re-issues of some of your favorites. Nice smooth response curve. Superb classic Blues tones. 

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  • Rough Blonde Tolex.
  • Oxblood Grill Cloth.
  • 22 1/2" x 17" x 10 1/2"
  • Solid Premium USA Ponderosa Pine.
  • Beautiful half blind dovetail joinery.
  • Classic floating baffle design.
  • Vintage combo Style Back Panels.
  • Switchcraft Input jack.
  • Eminence Legend 1285 8 Ohm 75 Watt
  • Chrome countersunk corners.
  • Chrome glide feet 
  • Made in USA

 Tone Tone Tone!

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The Memphis: A beefy 22.5"x 17" x 10.5"  solid pine cabinet that is one sweet tone machine.  
Light weight, resonate and built rock solid in the USA with dovetail  joinery, there is no reason to settle for less.

 

 We use only Solid Pine:

A word about Vintage Fender Cabinet Construction. Info by Greg Gagliano. (Amp Historian)

"From circa 1972 to the early 1980s, the cabinets were no longer made from solid pine boards, but cheaper laminated, multi-piece pine boards.
Each side of the cabinet was made from several pieces about three or four inches wide, glued side-to-side, to make up a plank the depth of the cabinet. These laminated cabs were not finger joined, but rabbet joined.
The baffle board on these rabbet joined cabinets was mortised into the sides and bottom (i.e. - not removable) to hold the whole thing together. That’s why these post-1972 cabinets have the grill cloth stretched across a frame that is attached by a velcro-like system to the baffle.CBS almost certainly went to this construction method to save money, though at the expense of overall quality."

 

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