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My opinion (FWIW) is that this is a 1970-71 cab since it has the metal handles, B/W cloth.The speakers are not original, they're from a 73 checkerboard cloth cab, and it looks like someone has used the original wiring but turned the speakers down on the top to make wiring easier when soldering.Only the presence or absence of a Bass logo on the 1935 (three holes), a 100 logo on the 1982 (two holes) and no holes on the 1960 and the corresponding speakers to go with thanks neil, i asked because i have this mystery marshall cab that was beat to hell and back (no tolex even) that i restored a few years ago with no info or serial #'s on it except for 1068 etched in the wood on side baffle. Year for year they are the same, including the 1935a.its a bizzarre slant cab, late 70's 25-30 watt greenies (they could be replacements,) it has the triangles on the baffle with the big block back support, the speaker baffle has the pegs that insert into the bottom of cab, perf back board, metal handles with half moons, it has the small logo and the holes for the 100 logo, but it had a weaved checker board type grill cloth. Only the presence or absence of a Bass logo on the 1935 (three holes), a 100 logo on the 1982 (two holes) and no holes on the 1960 and the corresponding speakers to go with them.triangles on the baffle = 1969 to mid 1970.The Celestions are G12M-25's (T 1221) with the plastic green magnet cover, otherwise known as the Greenbacks. David Your cab has the larger 9" white Marshall logo.The date was stamped "BF 6" on all 4 speakers (February 6, 1973). That showed up in 1970, although some really rare late 69's had them.I've had this vintage Marshall Salt & Pepper Basketweave 4x12 angled cabinet in my possession for about 10 years. 91aec1.jpg" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; I know this cab is from 1968 to 1971 (or 1972).
You don't have the triangular plywood supports at the bottom of your baffle board inside, though, which is usually a 1970-71 build characteristic.
The Cab Clone is passive (you don’t plug it in), handles amps rated up to 150 watts, and comes in 8-, 4-, and 16Ω versions for proper impedance matching. A Phase Flip switch cures any signal phasing issues, but I often activate it when I want thin, out-of-phase guitar tones. The Closed Back simulation is designed to produce scooped-midrange frequencies, so you don’t get all the low-mid chunk of a real 4x12, but you do get a lot of impact and presence.
Obviously, Mesa Engineering made choices when voicing the Cab Clone’s trio of speaker emulations, and their ideal sounds may not be yours. The Open Back setting brings up the mids for more punch, while adding some high-end shimmer for dimension.
As for the 1960 or 1982 cab thing, they put 100 logos on a bunch of cabs without discretion.
That means this could have been either a 1982A or 1960A cab, and since it hasn't got the original speakers, that will be tough to figure out.