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Thinking about picking one up for each of my amps. Any experience with them?
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Why...?!?I put one in my Deluxe and IMO it helps somewhat but I wouldnt really go as far as some of the other respondants. One thing for sure: it doesnt hurt anything and it doesnt cost much. Concept makes total sense. I believe you need to use a router or something to sink the frame of it 1/4" into the baffle, at least thats how I did it
+1 Great for any speaker-bright or not! BobI've been using them in my 2x12 closed back cab for the past year. They're one of the best things I've done for my tone. The cab sounds the same (fantastic) no matter where I stand and it's much easier to hear my rig on stage due to better sound dispersion. I can run my amp a bit louder on stage with out blasting the people in the front row.
Plus, the cab just sounds better.
A great product all around!
I concur.I tried them and didn't like them. I think your better off finding speakers you really like then putting band aids on a less then perfect solution.
When I used them I didn't like how they made things sound...btw, I like most Weber products, just not the beam blocker.