Help! Trying to identify this Marshall Cabinet I got.

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Eliack001, Oct 9, 2023.

  1. Eliack001

    Eliack001

    Oct 9, 2023
    Hey everyone! First post here and hoping to glean some information about a 1980’s Marshall 2-15 Bass cab I got a few years back. In all the time I’ve had it I haven’t been able to identify a model number or find a cabinet similar in looks with the tan grill cloth and offset logo. I have been able to confirm the age of the Celestion speakers to 1976 and the serial number on the Cab reads A06600, but there is no model number that I can find anywhere on the inside or outside of the cabinet. Any info that you guys may have would be greatly appreciated!
     

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  2. Marko 1

    Marko 1 Supporting Member

    All I know is...


    I'd kinda like to have it. :cool:
     
  3. Eliack001

    Eliack001

    Oct 9, 2023
    It sounds incredible and definitely moves some air! I just have no clue what it actually is haha!
     
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  4. D.M.N.

    D.M.N. (O)))) Supporting Member

    Oct 6, 2008
    Los Angeles, CA
    My guess is it's mid-late 70s, and originally might have been a organ/keyboard cab. There's pictures of Robin Trower using those cabs in '75, with Celestion powercells with aluminum dustcaps. If I recall discussion I read before, they were organ/lead cabs, but can't recall the model number. Very col cabs though, always wanted to find one.

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  5. Eliack001

    Eliack001

    Oct 9, 2023
    That’s a huge lead! Thank you, when I originally bought it, the cab was listed as an 80’s 2-15. I never thought to question the era of it so that’s good to know to expand the range back to the 70’s
     
  6. Eliack001

    Eliack001

    Oct 9, 2023
    So after doing some more research and emailing Marshall to try and get more info, there are no official records of this cabinet anywhere. They stated it could be a custom cabinet but they have no records of artist requests from the mid 70’s. The only related info they had was that the same speakers were used in the 2065B cabinet but only in a single speaker configuration.