Those with lower power amps might prefer Greenbacks, but on the end of a Mesa Lonestar head and a Hughes & Kettner Puretone, this configuration shows a good, versatile balance of power handling, sweetness, low-end weight and projection.
The price is very reasonable given the custom options, build quality and spec, making Zilla highly recommended to anyone in search of a custom cab. Read the full review here
English custom-made extention cabs
These new cabinets from British maker Zilla Music aim to offer both quality and versatility. Daniel Hodgson checks them out
As with the other examples of Zilla’s cabinets we’ve seen, both the Mini Modern 1x12 and Studio Pro 2x12 are very impressive indeed. The Mini Modern could be just the bit of kit to complete a compact rig – pair it with an Orange Tiny Terror or Marshall style 18-watter and you have a hugely portable classic rock or blues rig, all without compromising on your tone. The Studio Pro is a great jack of all trades, capable of taking just about any musical style or setting in its stride – it would be a huge shame if it were merely confined to the studio! The standard of construction is high... Read the whole review here
Custom built in th UK, Zilla Guitar cabs are making big noises, David Greeves goes in search of monster tone
At the end of the day, neither of these cabs is going to disappoint. They sound very good, especially overdriven, where the Modern serves up plenty of jangle and snarl, in contrast to the Fatboy’s darker, smoother and altogether heavier tone, which is indeed, as Zilla suggests, not unlike a full-sized 4x12. The standard of construction is high and the pricing competitive, especially when you consider that these cabs are hand-built in the UK, with many custom options coming at no extra charge. We have no hesitation in recommending these Zilla cabs, though which one will very much be up to you. GB. Read the whole review here