Since 1956, all Celestion chassis drivers have been stamped with a date code (2 numbers and 2 letters), denoting the exact date of manufacture.
The codes are added on the production line and are placed on the speaker's housing leg or the magnet edge.
The following lists provide an accurate record of the date codes used.
These are real heavyweights - cast iron frame, thick paper cone, and sturdy terminal board.
The amp also features quicker gain onset and reduced negative feedback for greater touch sensitivity.
Effectively the same as the speaker illustrated above, but sprayed silver (poly grey).
A G12C from the early 1970s, identical in build to the speakers sprayed grey for Vox in the late 1960s.
The 250 had a 26lb magnet assy, and the 200 had a 14lb assy.
The VOX AC30 combo amp has been an icon for decades, known as the sound that powered the 1960s’ “British Invasion.” Based on the classic AC30 design, the Custom Series AC30C2 and AC30C2X offer numerous up-to-date enhancements, delivering the most versatile AC30 design in VOX history.