Silver Jubilee 4x12 or 2x12?

Dan-Ibanez

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I'm considering buying a Silver Jubilee 2555x and I'm torn between the 4x12 and 2x12. I have an existing 1960 that I use for my 5150 II. It sits in the corner of a room. This new head/cab setup would sit in the same room. I don't play live; I play for myself at home. When I go to a buddy's house I grab my Boss Katana because it's light and has all of the effects built in and it keeps up with a drummer. So what I'm saying is that this new amp is a pure luxury item.

Would I be better off with a 4x12 or 2x12? I _feel_ like I'd be willing to take the amp somewhere if I had a 2x12 cabinet... but I'm not sure.

Thanks.
 

Kinkless Tetrode

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I think you answered your own question. If you already have a 4x12, you need a 2x12. For the Jubilee get one with Vintage 30s or the Marshall versions: the G12 Vintage. If the 1960 already has V30s then that complicates it a little bit. If it has G12T75s or GBs then you should expand your tool box.
 

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I say 2x12 because less weight.. Less space needed... Perfect for small car...
 

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