A combination of aggressive crunch and mid-range warmth made the G12-65 a firm favourite in the early 60s, 70s and 80s.
The original 1967 Greenback, characterised by a controlled low-end, warm mids and detailed highs. Perfect for vintage crunch.
Just listen to any Hendrix recording and chances are you'll be listening to a G12H with a 55 c/s bass cone. One of the best choices for late 60s rock guitar tones.
The G12H also comes with a 75c/s lead cone for an alternative tonal balance . Choose this version if you prefer a tighter bottom end and punchier mids.
From the '60s British invasion to players like Brian May, the Blue is the benchmark for guitar speaker perfection - warm lows, mellow mids and bell-like highs.
A wonderfully expressive and revealing 50-watt Alnico speaker, whether picking and bending with Brad Paisley, or rocking hard with Dan Spitz of Anthrax.
The Cream has been specially created to bring alnico class to all kinds of amps from 1-watt to 90-watts. It conveys a satisfying warmth, detailed expressiveness and exceptional musicality, even at low power levels.
"Since Day One, Celestion speakers have been a big part of my sound.", Edward Van Halen
G12 - 50GL
Voiced specially for George Lynch; a warm and throaty Vintage Celestion lead sound, together with high power-handling capability for a clean and punchy rhythm tone.
Inspired by our favourite modern American tones, the A-Type is a different kind of guitar speaker from Celestion.
A strong mid/bass punch for real presence when playing power chords and a controlled top-end that gives great projection for solos.
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.
Delivering enormously detailed, complex overtones, with an intricate vintage 3-D crunch, for players as diverse as Slash, Steve Stevens and Peter Frampton.
The G12H-150 Redback has been created for players who are looking for extreme power handling but refuse to compromise on great tone.
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.
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 35XC is built using tried-and-tested materials and construction methods, and incorporates several new design features and techniques.
Delivering sledgehammer lows in 4x12s as favored by Slipknot's Mick Thomson. In boutique combos it delivers low-end warmth and mid-range attack.
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.
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.
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 Neo Creamback is every ounce a Classic Celestion, delivering all the magical tone you'd get from a traditional Creamback.
The classic Greenback G12M is characterised by a controlled low-end, warm mids and detailed highs. A classic 4x12 speaker for vintage crunch.
G12T 'Hot 100'
With a massive 100-watt power handling, Hot 100 delivers a modern sound with big bass presence for players like Slayer's Kerry King.
This speaker is versatile enough to perform well with any playing style and won't break the bank.
Detailed and crisply defined with a tightly controlled low-end and punchy, agressive upper mid-range. Adds true Celestion character to any amp.