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The T1221 was the stock speaker in Marshall lead guitar 4×12 cabinets (1960 model cabs) from the mid 1960’s up until the late 1970’s and was also used by many other brands at the time.As such it is an absolute classic speaker and can be heard on countless albums.The larger magnets have a higher power handling because they can absorb more heat.Generally speaking, the bigger the magnet, the louder and bigger the sound will be.The T1134 model was probably the first ‘G12H’ speaker Celestion ever made.According to the Celestion log book, it was first introduced in Nov 1964 and has an impedance of 10-12 Ohms.The G12H and G12M speakers are the most popular Celestion greenback models.
Through the decades we've drawn on our experience, know-how and passion for great sound to create new and exciting speakers that have given voice to guitar players of all genres and playing styles. It looks like you are visiting our site on a browser that is really old.Unfortunately, this means you can't get the full experience. This page is a collection of odds and ends information relating to speakers and speaker implementation.The 6 digit code indicates what manufacturer made the speaker and when it was made. Here is a list of some of the speaker manufacturers and their EIA codes: So, the speaker in the image above would have been made by Jensen (220) during the 27th week of 1951 or 1961.The year is confusing because it is only a single digit.