Crystal clear, fat and warm 10" speakers

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  1. dB

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    What are the options?

    I am putting together a rig with 1x12 Scumback H75 and 2x10's, run with a Carr Rambler head. I'd like the 10's to balance the Scumback - they need to be very clear and articulate, but warm. This will be used for jazz/country/western swing. All my OD comes from a pedal...so the speaker can just focus on being clean and clear and full. I'm thinking about Tone Tubby, but they are $$$. What else would round out this rig?
     
  2. RSK

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    Emi 1028 Alnicos - 35 watt - are unbelievable speakers. I have all the high end celestions/cabs and still keep coming back to these for warm and articulate
     
  3. gkoelling

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    Have you asked Jim @ Southbay?
     
  4. jokerjkny

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  5. dB

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    anyone else?
     
  6. ROKY

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    Maybe the Eminence Lil Buddy hempcone 10"-ers ?

    Haven't tried them, though I like the equivalent 12" Cannabis Rexs . . .
     
  7. slegros

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    I heard the Weber blue pups and loved them, fantastic speaker.
     
  8. ROKY

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    Hmmm, yeah, the silver pups might be good choices, also .
     
  9. bosstone

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    I love Blue Pup and Silver Ten ceramics but EV FORCE is the speaker jackevorkin is describing.
     
  10. solitaire

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    Weber 10" Californias or NeoMags. 10" Michigans for more bottom end or NeoMags with bass cone.
     

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