Provides serious attitude to soft amp tones, easily cutting through loud stage levels for chord work and imparting a hard edge to single notes.
The classic Greenback G12M is characterised by a controlled low-end, warm mids and detailed highs. A classic 4x12 speaker for vintage crunch.
A strong mid/bass punch for real presence when playing power chords and a controlled top-end that gives great projection for solos.
With a larger cone delivering an extended low end response, the 100-watt Fullback has a big, deep voice, delivering smooth and expressive tones seemingly without effort.
Combining decades of experience with advanced measurement and analysis, the V-Type has been built using a carefully balanced 'recipe' of old and new design techniques.
A worthy successor to the Vintage 10, the G10 Vintage is a 10" speaker with bags of attitude. Perfect for adding extra girth to small valve amplifiers.
G12 Century Vintage
The G12 Century Vintage exhibits a clear, powerful mid-range and bright top-end with superb fast attack and tracking. Ideal for speed pickers.
Delivering enormously detailed, complex overtones, with an intricate vintage 3-D crunch, for players as diverse as Slash, Steve Stevens and Peter Frampton.
This speaker adds real class to small combos and when combined in a 4x10 provides a raunchy full-bodied tone rich in low-end thump.
The G10N-40 is characterised by satisfyingly deep lows that are complemented by sweet and clear upper mids and an articulate, well-defined top end.
The G12M-65 Creamback produces the familiar woody G12M tone, but handles greater power making it ideally suited for today's amps, when a vintage tone is desired.
Inspired by our favourite modern American tones, the A-Type is a different kind of guitar speaker from Celestion.
The 35XC is built using tried-and-tested materials and construction methods, and incorporates several new design features and techniques.
Weapon of choice for Yngwie Malmsteen, the G12T-75 is a high powered rock player's dream with a tight low-end and aggressive mid-range.
The G12H-75 Creamback 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.
Delivering sledgehammer lows in 4x12s as favored by Slipknot's Mick Thomson. In boutique combos it delivers low-end warmth and mid-range attack.