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The C12K is a good match for the brighter sounding DRRI because it has a little less high end than some 12" speakers.
I have the 50W light dope in mine and it's amazing. I should trade out for a 25W -- I was using a lot more pedals back when I bought it. But that speaker just works in a Deluxe.^^^Yeah, I want to know more about the Weber 12F150. Just picked up a new DRRI a couple of weeks ago. Like it, but know it can be better - tubes and speaker exchange.
I've been rely thinking about popping a Type A into my Reverberocket 2. On paper it sounds perfect, we'll seeTo my ear it is very close. It is perhaps slightly less scooped in the mids. Less farty and tighter in the bass as you wind up the volume. Check out the Pete Thorn vid for a spot on representation of the sound of the type A.
Hard to have cone cry with the amount of Dope that Jensen puts on thier speakers. Are you sure that was cone cry that you heard?me. i'm embarrassed to say how many speakers have been in my real deluxe reverb over the last 25 years. the best by far were two different C12N "Vibranto" 12's that were absolutely magical, but they both blew and i sold them long ago. a C12K needs to be broken in for a VERY long time before it settles down, and when it does it sounds great. out of the box they're quite shrill and have a fair amount of cone cry, but it all levels out over time. mine has no cone cry now and the highs are excellent. they're very C12N like but more efficient, and they don't cave in as easily as an N. they're also stiffer feeling, probably because of the former used, but i can deal with it. if i had a nit to pick it's that it has too much low end for me. but nonetheless it definitely stays