The cabinet at Fasila Music
A Guitar Amplifier is an audio amplifier specifically designed for electric guitar. The abbreviated term "amp" refers to the torque constituted by the electronic amplifier and the loudspeaker.
The electronic part and the loudspeaker can be presented in two distinct elements, or can be combined in the same piece of furniture, most often constructed of wood covered with a vinyl coating. When they are separated, the electronic part is called an "amp head", and the one containing the speaker (s) "cabinet".
The TM 112 cabinet features a sweet 12” Celestion Vintage 30 in a vented, dove-tailed birch ply housing. Impedance of 16 Ohms Power consumption of 60 Watts 12 "Celestion Vintage 30 Speaker
The TM 212 cabinet features two 12” Celestion Vintage 30 in a vented, dove-tailed birch ply housing. It´s dimensions are tailored to a TubeMeister 36 and GrandMeister 36 in vertical use, or to standard size heads in horizontal use. Impedance of 16 Ohms Power consumption 120 Watts 2 "Celestion Vintage 30" 12 "Speakers