No matter how good your amp is, the speaker cabinet must also be top quality to have a great tone. The Peavey 112-C has 18mm plywood construction and a premium Celestion Vintage 30 speaker. The back of the cabinet is convertible for changing the cabinet to an open back configuration. The white piping gives the black grill and black tolex a nice finished look. Rubber feet and metal corners complete the package. Great quality, great look, great tone and great value!
Tweed Tolex covering
16 ohms Mono
18mm plywood construction
60 watts power handling
One Celestion 12" Vintage 30 speaker
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Anyone who has managed to turn a passion into a career, can surely pinpoint the exact moment in time that they realized their life's calling. For Hartley Peavey, that moment occurred in 1957 at a Bo Diddley concert deep in Mississippi. The energy he felt and the tones he heard that night would ultimately take form in the first Peavey amplifier. The rest, as we say, is rock amp; roll history. Today, that original burst of inspiration lives on in one of Hartley's most enduring creations, the Peavey Classic Series.
Founded in 1965, Peavey is one of the world's largest manufacturers and suppliers of musical instruments and professional sound equipment. Peavey has earned over 180 patents and distributes to more than 130 countries. Peavey and its MediaMatrix, Architectural Acoustics, Crest Audio, Composite Acoustics and Trace Elliot brands can be found on concert stages and in airports, stadiums, theme parks and other venues around the world.
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