best speaker for 1-10 Tweed combo ?

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  1. es137p

    es137p Member

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    its a Victoria Ivy League, 2-6V6 low wattage tweed amp. 14 watts. It has an Eminence Legend ceramic speaker, which is great, but I'm curious about an alnico speaker. I tried the Weber 10A150T, but it seemed like too much speaker for the amp.
    I want to keep this as a low volume, small gig amp.
     
  2. es137p

    es137p Member

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    nobody? BEULLER? BEULLER? BEULLER???????????
     
  3. Chicago Slim

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    The Eminence Legend 105, is my favorite.
     
  4. bazooka47

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    Weber Blue Pup could work in that rig.
     
  5. thosk

    thosk Silver Supporting Member

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    Weber AlNiCo Sig10s. Cheap and sweet.:aok
     
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    WGS Veteran 10
     
  8. Jahn

    Jahn Listens to Johnny Marr, plays like John Denver Supporting Member

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    A P10R variant is the way to go. I like the celestion G10 gold myself, but that's because I want zero flub when I blast it. One step further in that direction would be the fane axa but like you said, blasting it isn't your main concern. So P10R it is!
     
  9. Hulakatt

    Hulakatt Supporting Member

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    +1 on the Weber Sig. Seriously undervalued speakers
     
  10. Red House

    Red House Silver Supporting Member

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    Get an organ pull 1950's original P10R, a match made in heaven!

    I would stay away from British-types, IMO, being a tweed.
    :beer
     
  11. Fenderosa

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    I would go with either a Jensen reissue P10R or a Weber 10A100T which is the Weber take on a late 50s P10R.
     

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