Euphonycart Marshall 1922 Guitar Cabinet. The perfect extension cabinet for 2×12 combos that’s compact enough for life on the move. Don’t be fooled by its smaller size, it definitely delivers the boost you need for larger venues thanks to the two Celestion G12T-75 speakers and 150W of power.
Euphonycart presents Marshall MX212 Guitar Cabinet. Great value and fantastic quality —what’s not to love about these 2×12’s? They pair well with most Marshall heads or can be used as an extension cabinet for a combo. They are fitted with two Celestion Seventy 80 speakers that definitely pack a punch.
Euphonycart presents Marshall 1960A. Nothing personifies the image of rock ‘n’ roll more completely than a wall of Marshall stacks. Though often imitated, nothing compares to the original. The 1960A is the angled version that features four G12T-75 speakers and is the perfect addition to your stage or recording rig! It’s ideal for players who appreciate clarity and quality.
Euphonycart presents Hartke’s HyDrive series offers and amplifier designed with the best of both worlds, providing the warm tones of traditional paper cones with the clear, punchy attack of aluminium. The hyDrive’s patented hybrid cone technology provides a speaker that uses a paper cone on the outside that pushes warm, deep low frequencies, with an inner aluminium cone that provides sweet highs and mids that cut.
Featuring the same great Ironheart tones as the bigger heads but in a low-wattage studio package with some neat features added.It would be nice to record in a situation where making a lot of noise was not an problem, but in most cases people are recording in home studios, and making a lot of noise is not always an option. So the Ironheart IRT-Studio has a couple of features designed specifically to allow you to get a great tone whether you are recording in the studio or recording live.