Marshall 1922


The Marshall 1922 guitar cabinet delivers rich and dynamic sound that will take your music performance to the next level.

SKU: 6924524 Category: Tags: , ,


Marshall 1922 properties

Product name 1922
Brand Marshall
Type Guitar Cabinets
Power Output (RMS) 150.0 W
Amplifier Model Hybrid Combo

Additional information


Product type

Power Output-RMS

Amplifier Model


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Marshall 1922”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the recommended power output for connecting my Marshall 1922 cabinet with my guitar amplifier head?

The Marshall 1922 cabinet (4x12") can accommodate any of Marshall's tube or solid-state amp heads designed to work with a 4x12" cabinet, including the JCM800, JVM, JMP, and JC series. The recommended power output for connecting your Marshall 1922 cabinet will depend on your specific amplifier head.

To get the best sound from your amp-cabinet combination, it's essential to match the power rating of your guitar amplifier head with that of your Marshall 1922 cabinet:

- If you have a low to medium powered head (e.g., 30W or less), it will work well with the 4x12" cab but won't produce the highest volume levels.
- For medium-powered heads (e.g., 50-80W), they will provide an excellent balance of power, tone, and headroom for most playing situations. This combination is versatile and popular among guitarists.
- High-power heads (e.g., 100+W) can also be used with the Marshall 1922 cabinet but may require adjustments to the amplifier's master volume or a separate attenuator to achieve optimal sound levels and tone at lower volumes.

Remember that matching power output is essential for avoiding speaker damage and ensuring your amp-cabinet combination sounds its best. It’s always recommended to consult your amp head’s user manual for specific compatibility and power recommendations with your Marshall 1922 cabinet.

What unique features distinguish the Marshall 1922 Guitar Cabinet from other models, and how do these characteristics impact its sound quality?

The Marshall 1922 Guitar Cabinet stands out from other models due to its use of custom-designed Celestion Heritage G12H30 speakers. These speakers offer a warm and vintage tone that is reminiscent of the classic Celestion Blue and Greenback designs from the 1960s and '70s. The Heritage G12H30 speakers also feature a modified top plate and magnet structure, which further enhances their sonic characteristics. Another unique feature of the Marshall 1922 Guitar Cabinet is its closed-back design, which helps to minimize unwanted resonance and feedback at high volumes. This makes it an ideal choice for stage performances and studio recordings where clarity and definition are essential. The closed-back construction also contributes to the cabinet's impressive low-frequency response, delivering a powerful and deep bass that is both rich and punchy. The Marshall 1922 Guitar Cabinet's high-quality construction and materials further set it apart from other models in its class. The cabinet is made from solid birch plywood, which offers superior durability and tonal character compared to particle board or MDF. The grille cloth is also a premium vinyl material that is tear-resistant and easy to clean. Overall, the combination of custom Celestion Heritage speakers, closed-back design, high-quality construction materials, and Marshall's signature tone shaping circuitry results in a guitar cabinet that offers exceptional sound quality, versatility, and durability. Whether playing classic rock or modern metal, the Marshall 1922 Guitar Cabinet is an excellent choice for any serious guitarist looking to take their sound to the next level.

How does the transformer design in the Marshall 1922 cabinet differ from traditional models, resulting in increased low-frequency response and improved overall tone?

The Marshall 1922 cabinet features a proprietary transformer design that differs from traditional models. This innovative approach results in an increased low-frequency response and improved overall tone due to the transformation of the high voltage AC input signal into a high current, low voltage signal suitable for driving the guitar speaker. The new transformer design allows for greater efficiency and reduced noise, leading to a richer, fuller sound that is particularly noticeable at lower frequencies. Overall, this unique approach sets the Marshall 1922 cabinet apart from traditional models in terms of tone quality and performance.

How does the unique design and circuitry of the Marshall 1922 amplifier head contribute to its highly sought-after tone and versatility in a live music setting?

The Marshall 1922 amplifier head is a legendary piece of equipment in the world of guitar amplification. Its unique design and circuitry make it highly sought-after by musicians seeking a specific tone and versatility for their live performances. Firstly, the 1922's preamp section utilizes a combination of JFETs and ECC83 tubes to provide a natural and transparent sound that is highly responsive to the player's touch. The FET input stage allows for a clear and articulate signal, while the ECC83 tubes in the gain stage add warmth and complexity to the tone. Secondly, the 1922 features a unique master volume control that allows for more clean headroom at lower volumes without sacrificing power and sustain at higher volumes. This makes it an ideal choice for live performances where volume levels can vary widely between venues and situations. Additionally, the 1922's power section utilizes four EL34 tubes in a push-pull configuration, providing a rich and harmonically complex output stage that is highly responsive to playing dynamics. The use of EL34 tubes also adds a distinctive midrange presence that is sought after by many players. Finally, the 1922's versatility comes from its ability to be used in a variety of settings and genres. Its clean tones are clear and articulate, making it well-suited for blues and jazz styles, while its gain stages offer plenty of distortion and saturation for more aggressive rock and metal styles. In summary, the unique design and circuitry of the Marshall 1922 amplifier head contribute to its highly sought-after tone and versatility in a live music setting by providing a natural and transparent preamp stage, a master volume control for flexible volume levels, a harmonically complex power section, and versatile clean and gain stages. These features make it an essential piece of equipment for many musicians seeking the ultimate live performance experience.