Interesting look but not normal Orange shapeJulian used this cab with his band for a whileCelestion Rola G18C no date code.. shameBase has holes for rubber feet not the wooden rails Orange normally useUnusual Orange Label with White on Black?Interesting label is printed paper on black plastic covered in cellophane! “FAKE”Rear of label is the true original label!Nice Pearlesent Shine to the Silver! very 70sSounding good with my Bass!Now how to I create room for this? may have to sell it..Speaker removed showed chipboard had got damp around the speaker…Chipboard blown out a bit (this is probably why it is not sounding good at high volume!Speaker cleaned up amd a few white marks on the the speaker darkened with a black marker penSpider looks goodI sold this to use the cab as a large 2×12 cabCould not help myself as I like oversized 2×12 ported speakers//The speakers are vintage 70s McKenzie 12″ driversA;; back together, the “Plug Inn” sign relocated so it did not cover the speaker. Sounding good with my Laney L100. Very loud and with loads of bottom end but not boomyNo flash..Cannot let it rest just put in some 12″ 1973 eminence speakersSounds great with both bass and guitar heads! Interesting Orange cabinet picked up cheaply, not the normal shape for Orange but looked genuine. Turns out it was a cab made for (or by) “Plug Inn” Music shop in Liverpool. Was once owned by Julian Cope
Interesting comments by an ex employee of “Plug Inn”.
We had signs made for Plug Inn and did put them on cabs as some companies put stickers on guitars cases etc though we also had cabs made by a company from Manchester called Leech though never any in the orange colour they were all black and the same as Stagg speakers also made in the Northwest. Unless it was painted orange it looks genuine we sold quite a lot of Orange amps & cabs from 1974 to 1979.
I hope this helps