Yesterday I installed a set of Ragin Cajun's in a 65 Super reverb for a customer and I loved the results so much I thought I'd pass the info here; First of all, these speakers didn't require removal of the chassis to install, installation took minutes. Next, with the amp on "4", the tone I was able to get was very Twin Reverb like in nature, very full, tight low end, and chime for days. I've never been a fan of 10" speaker loaded Fenders, especially SR's. Those who can play these amps make them sound great, I've never been one of them. This amp with the Cagin's produced such a great open tone, I could have played it all day long. I used a strat tuned down to Eb, and even when I bumped the volume up to about 7, I could still hear the integrity of every note, yet the right amount of compression was still there. The speakers that came out were Jensen C10Q's, and the Eminence Cagin's walked all over them. I should point out that there is also a major increase in volume with these speakers, a good thing for someone wanting more headroom at a higher level. I have a Princeton Reverb, and Tweed Princeton here that I also ran on a Cagin. Both amplifiers shined better than ever on this speaker. I highly recomend anyone using 10" speakers to try a set of these, you'll be amazed. Doug BTW, you can't beat the price of these for what they do. One of the best 10" speakers I've ever played through.