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    Cab and Speaker ID Help Please

    Iím thinking someone here will know what this / these are at a brief glance...guesses? The handle says Randall Click image for larger version. 

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    220 is the code for Jensen. You can find a chart, search for EIA codes. EDIT: i see it's 230? That is Littlefuse, which i don't think made speakers. That frame looks like a EV? Second thought, it may be 1992 date coded so could be foreign manf., i have no idea.

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    Doesn't look EV to me, I was guessing maybe a Fane?

    Obviously the cab used to be a combo, and they filled in the amp space with a flat metal panel. If the handle says Randall, I'll believe it used to be one. Now it is just a wooden box.

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    That's a Jensen SM12, from a leslie 825.
    (thanks @ The Dude who has posted about it here before)

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    Thank you Mozz. That was really helpful in that it was in fact a Jensen. I don't know why it has the wrong number, other than my friends say I have a complication aura.

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    Thank G1 (and @ The Dude)!

    You're both super helpful.

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    Thanks Enzo.

    Haha--Yes, the amp used to be an RG80-112SC and is now just a box. A potentially useful box though as I was looking to put a reverb unit in a little speaker cab and this one is already set up for that, and already has a little reverb unit in it. Serendipitious perhaps, except I didn't readily find specs for the reverb...so I don't know if the juice is worth the squeeze.Click image for larger version. 

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    It's a 220, just smudged a bit.

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    Just getting back--thanks for the help guys.

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