What's a good 12"er for my DRRI that'll marry nicely with fuzz? Since I pretty much always have one turned on.
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And also a Tone Tubby 40/40, even better IMHO. If you look at curves for both Rex and TT you'll see the the Rex has a slope off from about 2k and above, the TT has a peaks pushing up more into 3.5-4k range before sloping off. There are a lot of harmonics/overtones with fuzz pedals that hit that upper range. TT is more forward in that range, Rex is smoother more subdued. Both are great speakers with fuzz.Emi CRex speaker does well with fuzz. Rolls off the top end, and doesn't get flubby.
So, you think the OP's still lookin' for a speaker?I'm getting great fuzz tones with my Tayden True Brits (UK made Greenback clones). I agree that British voiced 12" speakers sound best with fuzz. American type sound a bit too bright for me especially with a clean amp and if they are smaller than 12".