Victory Amps V112CB 1 x12 Cab

£399.00 Available to Order

Victory Amps V112CB 1 x12 Cab

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Manufacturer's ID: V112CB

A highly portable rig when paired with V40 The Duchess and Sheriff 22. Can also work with V30 The Countess, BD1 and RD1 if you want less aggression and a more 'vintage' feel than the V112-C. Also sits perfectly under V40 The Viscount for a serious mini stack.

Specification

The G12M-65 Creamback is less sensitive/efficient (97dB) than the Vintage 30 and also the H-75 Creamback, using a medium-magnet (35 ounce) 12-inch driver. Celestion regard it as a 'more powerful Greenback' and that is the perfect description. Expect that classic, 'woody' tone and feel to add colour to your medium gain sounds, with a little speaker breakup to boot… albeit with a full 65 watts power handling which is 40 more than the standard Greenback. Compared with the 75-watt Creamback, the 65 is less sensitive/efficient so sounds less loud at equivalent amp volume settings. It has more colour to the tone overall, a looser bottom end and breaks up earlier.

We recommend it for anyone who likes classic low/medium gain tones at low/medium volume; or who likes plenty of speaker 'give' and colour at higher volumes. We think it works perfectly with the V40's unique dynamic and feel.

  • Power handling: 65 watts
  • Impedance: 16-ohms
  • Speakers: 1 x Celestion G12M-65 Creamback
  • Size (mm): 425(w) x 465(h) x 255(d)
  • Weight: 29.5lbs/13.3kg

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 5 (1 reviews)

Seems to be very well built; compliments the amp very well. I wanted to get away from combos on weight grounds and this reqlly fits the bill

Colin B. - 17/10/2019