Celestion G12H Creamback 212 Closed


The Celestion® G12H Creamback 212 Closed is an official Celestion® DynIR captured from a pair of G12H Creamback drivers retrofitted in a closed-back 2×12 enclosure.

The late 60s saw the release of the infamous G12H. Embracing their inner frankenstein, Celestion® took the body of the iconic G12M and outfitted this with an H-type (heavy) magnet. The results? Power by the boat-load and shake-up the tonal characteristics of the source driver. With its robust bass response and a more pronounced top-end, it’s no wonder it was adopted by players seeking a distinctive edge for everything from blues-fuelled raunch to harder classic rock. This very same mantra was the spark that led to the current G12H-75 Creamback, where the ever-popular G12M-65 Creamback was modified to unleash a new breed of high-power, sonically-distinct driver. Expect unmistakeable G12H tone underpinned with a tight low-end, lashings of punch and a dynamic, articulate highs. Add to this pin-point focus, body and girth, and you’ve hit the jackpot when it comes to a larger-than-life driver perfect for searing leads and oversized rhythm tones alike. In short, it’s a tonal monster and a sure-fire guarantee for leviathan-grade sonics!

Does a wide sonic soundstage and plenty of low-end thump sound like what the doctor ordered? How about a healthy dose of unmatched clarity and primo articulation? Friends, you’re in the market for a primo 2×12 enclosure! With this closed based variant, expect boat-loads of driver compression resulting in the epitome of a tight low-end response, oodles of punch and definitive bite in your mid-range – a one-of-a-kind slant on the Creamback’s lush sonics to empower your performance with the unique edge you demand!

Part of the “Celestion® Presents: The G12H-75 Creamback” DynIR cabinet collection, the G12H Creamback 212 Closed has been expertly-captured at Celestion® HQ using stellar recording peripherals and a mic collection that affords seamless adaptability from the studio to the stage.

DynIR Capture made by Celestion from a Celestion® Guitar cabinet.
The capture was made on a 2x12 Closed-back cabinet loaded with Celestion® 12" G12H-75 Creamback speakers.

Microphones included with this DynIR Virtual Cabinet :

  • Dyn 421
    Based on Sennheiser® MD421
  • Dyn Bass20
    Based on Electro-Voice® RE20
  • Rbn 121
    Based on Royer® R-121
  • Rbn 160
    Based on beyerdynamic® M160
  • Dyn 57
    Based on Shure® SM57
  • Rbn 4038
    Based on Coles Electroacoustics® 4038
  • Dyn Bass12
    Based on AKG® D12
  • Cnd Fet 47
    Based on Neumann® U47 FET

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