About Greenbacks Let’s start with a simple little thing.
Most of you probably already know, but it’s worth to clarify this to the “newbies”, alright? ; P) G12M Greenback The old Celestions from the late 60s and early 70s had a green plastic back cover and this is why they were nicknamed “Greenbacks” (no sh*t, Sherlock!
I used this cabinet to record a collection of audio examples, which can be found at /sos/feb12/articles/and are described in the 'Hear For Yourself' box.
On the face of it, the speaker in a guitar amp operates just like any other dynamic loudspeaker.
They give the amp its “voice” and so, in order to get the right sound, you will need to use the right speaker. In 1947, it was bought by British Rola and, one year later, production moved to Thames Ditton.
Al Ni Co Blue 15w (as used by VOX) It wasn’t until the 1950s that Celestion developed their first guitar dedicated speaker: the G12 Al Ni Co T530 (a.k.a.
As the only group of people on the planet who can rival recording engineers for obsessing about their equipment, they will tweak and tinker with the settings on their amp, effects pedals and guitar in search of the perfect tone.
Yet in the centre of this little scene there is one crucial factor that is often completely overlooked by both parties: the loudspeaker that is actually making all the noise.
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“Blue”), basically a modified version of the CT3757 radio speaker.