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CELESTION G12H-75 CREAMBACK.16
Celestion G12H-75 Creamback.16  12" guitar speaker


 
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Celestion G12H-75 Creamback.16

Size: 12"
Power Rating: 75W RMS
Frequency Response: 70-5kHz
Sensitivity: 100db
Impedance: 16 ohm
Voice Coil: 1.75 round copper
Magnet: Ceramic
Frame: Stamped steel

Back in the late 60s, the G12H was created by fixing an 'H' type (heavy) magnet to the body of a G12M guitar speaker. Result: a speaker with more power and a different tonal balance: firmer bass and a more pronounced top end.

So we added an 'H' magnet to the G12M-65 Creamback, create a speaker that delivers the sonic signature of a G12H combined with Creamback levels of power handling. The result is the G12H-75 Creamback.

It delivers 75-watts of power handling with ease and has unmistakeable G12H tone, with a tighter low end than the G12M-65 Creamback and a punchier, more dynamic high end. The H magnet brings additional focus, body and girth to the Creamback tone. It thickens single notes, resulting in a highly articulate, vocal character.

These additional characteristics mean that the G12H-75 Creamback offers exceptional performance when used for lead guitar and sounds massive loaded into a 4x12 cab!




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5 of 5 Really nice speaker! August 8, 2020
Reviewer: Gordon G from Concho, AZ United States  
This H Creamback is a really nice, higher powered version of the H magnet Greenback. I'm using it in both of my 1x12 cabs, an open-back Vox and a closed-back Zilla. Very similar to the Alnico Cream but not as polite, which is what I was going for in these cabs. And it can handle my 2xEL34 amp wonderfully without getting overpowered and sounding mushy or fizzy.

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