AC50 speaker cabinet from 1966
Below, a small set of pictures of an AC50 with Goodmans 12" ceramic drivers - model 241, 15 ohms apiece, and wired in parallel for a total impedance of 8 ohms.
241s are great speakers and were regularly used by Selmer.
The left-hand driver in the AC50 cab is certainly original. Note the tautness of the loom leading to its terminals. The right-hand unit, with a slightly newer style of frame, is probably a replacement. The loom is not quite so tight.
Goodmans 241s were used for a comparatively short time by Vox in 1966, apparently being confined principally to cabs destined for export. Two AC100s that found their way to Italy have them, and one now in the USA, but to date no others.
An AC100 cab found in Italy now in the UK
Typically where Goodmans ceramics were fitted, the wiring looms were made particularly heavy.
The cab below is the only AC50 cab to have turned up with Goodmans so far. But there are likely to be others.
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