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), but “Greenback” does not refer to any specific model.It’s simply a “generic” name that was given to the speakers of this period, similar to how “Plexi” is a name to all the pre-1969 Marshalls.One question we're often asked is "how old is my speaker?Speakers are extremely important when we are talking about tone. This article will be a (maybe not so) small post about the history of Celestion, as well as a brief description of each model they produced over the years. I’ll simply feature the ones that I think are the most popular and most widely used models. Early years and the G12 Al Ni Co Celestion started as a manufacturer of speakers for general use (radio, TV, etc.) back in the 1920s.In other words, both the G12M and G12H can be called “Greenbacks”.Not only that, but also their many variations, such as the 55hz “bass” cones and etc. The bottom line is: be careful when using the name “Greenback”.Hylight 4x12 Salt and Pepper grill, cut-out handles, cast frame 122142 silverback speakers with purple label, two with stamped date 35/73 and 38/73 and two with redwhite sticker with gauss/power/etc indication but no year indication but matching the other two, so they should be same era.
If you can track down the datecode, simply refer to the following set of tables, which provide an accurate record of the date codes used throughout the years.
G12M Blackback 25w 55hz The sound of the G12M tends to be very pronounced on the midrange, with a sweet, woody, warm and smooth sound.