What are Celestion V type speakers?

The V-type is a sweet sounding speaker with a superbly balanced tonal signature that imparts a vintage musicality to your tone. Clean sounds are true across the lows, mids and highs, with just enough upper-mid chime and HF sparkle to add clarity and definition.

Where are Celestion Vintage 30’s made?

Celestion V30 speakers used to be produced in the UK. In 2002, Celestion moved their production to China. They physically moved a lot of their speaker production tools and machines to China to keep manufacturing the same.

When did vintage 30s come out?

In 1986 we said of the Vintage 30, “Celestion has re-established the standard by which all other guitar speakers are judged.” Big talk back then for a brand new product!

Where is Celestion a type made?

The Celestion “Originals” series comprises a number of affordable amp speakers made in China. Built to exacting standards for exceptional reliability and consistency, these models are apt for budget-conscious players who are keen to upgrade the sub-par stock speakers in their amplifiers.

How many Watts Does the Celestion V30 support?

The Celestion V30 is a speaker that can support or handle 60 watts of power, well above the 15 watts that the Alnico Blue loudspeaker supports or the 30 watts of the G12H30 that has a ceramic H magnet, the same as the Celestion Vintage 30. Of course, it is a 12″ inch -305 mm speaker.

Where can I find the Celestion Vintage 30?

The Celestion Vintage 30 could be found in the Marshall Studio 15, where they are called “Marshall Vintage by Celestion”. Given the frequencies highlighted by the Celestion Vintage 30 or V30, our ears perceive it up to twice louder or more powerful than other speakers of the same power level.

What is the difference between a Celestion Vintage 30 and Marshall V30?

When the general public line was launched, the Vintage 30 or V30 varied a bit from the one manufactured to Marshall. The Marshall version is the warmer version with more mids. According to Steven, in the early 90’s, Celestion changed the design of the T3904 -16 ohm- model of the Vintage 30.

Is the Celestion Vintage 30 the best guitar speaker?

Since its inception in 1986, the Vintage 30, or simply the V30, has become one of Celestion’s most popular and beloved guitar speakers. With three decades on the market, it has sold more than a million units.