Weber's Signature series alnico speakers are a great bargain, but do they really sound good, or is it a matter of "you get what you pay for"?
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Oddly enough, that's the one speaker that Weber sells that's just simply an off-the-shelf rebadged Eminence speaker!I've heard very good things about the ceramic Sig 12B, which is supposed to be very close to the Reverend Alltone 12... Which was a very good speaker (I had one in a Hellhound amp).
In fact, those two speakers can be compared, and the strengths and weaknesses and uniqueness of each can be highlighted. Certainly the Signature is inferior if the 12A125A is producing the sound you're after. On the other hand, the 12A125A is inferior if the Signature is producing the sound you're after. One size does not fit all.> "I guess what I'm after here are (for instance) comparisons between the Weber alnico Sig 12" and say the Weber 12A125A"
No comparison. The Signature is far inferior.