You are here

Speaker - Celestion, 12", G12H, 30W

Speaker - Celestion, 12", G12H, 30W image 1
Customer image:<br/>"2x12 cab, open or closed back"
Customer image:<br/>"Here&#039;s the amp and cabinet"
Customer image:<br/>"same cabinet, with closed back"
Click to zoom in
Speaker - Celestion, 12", G12H, 30W image 1
Customer Images:
Customer image: "2x12 cab, open or closed back"Customer image: "Here&#039;s the amp and cabinet"Customer image: "same cabinet, with closed back"
Item ID: 001935
Price: $149.00
In stock
View Specifications, Files, and Documents

Used singly it exhibits a pleasing, strong low-end, but it's in a 4x12 configuration that it generates the great chugging "thump" that the guitar heroes of the day were renowned for. With a densely complex and buttery mid-range and a finely detailed top-end, the G12H is excellent for cranking out huge, dark power chords, with smooth and rich bridge pickup tones and flutey neck pickup tones. With fatter lows and brighter highs, it is slightly more aggressive than its Heritage cousin. Celestion Classic Series guitar speaker. With a heavier magnet than the G12M, this faithful recreation captures the unmistakable mojo of late 60s rock guitar tones.

Part Numbers
ImpedanceOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
16 ΩP-A-G12H-16739894453455
8 ΩP-A-G12H-8739894453356

RoHS Compliant

View Product Measurements

My Project Lists

You must be logged in to add items to a project list.

Specifications, Files, and Documents

Sound Samples:

Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
5 out of 5

This is a great sounding speaker! It was recommended by a friend of mine. I bought 2 of these. I build several guitar amps each year and of course need speakers for them. I built a pair of test boxes 19x16x12 deep both with closed or open back options. I use these test boxes to A/B different speakers and also the same type speaker in an open or closed back application. These Celestion G12H/30W speakers compared very close to the Eminence "Private Jack" but the Celestion's are the hands down winner. These will wind up going into a pair of 15 watt 6V6 amps I built a few years ago using many parts and pieces from Antique Electronic Supply.

- August 24th, 2018

Questions and Answers

Click each question to see its answers.