Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by guitarb, Feb 19, 2009.
I need something to tighten the bottom end...what do you suggest or have had success with? Thanks.
Eminence Raggin cajuns
Thanks Mik......I don't know if that's the answer or not....I want to keep the high end sparkle...but improve and tighten the bottom end.
I don't know if this helps the OP out or not, but we put my friend's Deville through a cab with vintage greenbacks, and it sounded awesome! Maybe some nice British type tens would kill in there. Without a doubt, almost anything would be an improvement over the stock bland speakers.
I do like the Greenbacks...but.....damn..they are expensive. Anyone have experience with 10" Celestions?
:AOK Me too.
must admit...they do sound good
Celestion makes a 10" greenback now, but four wouldn't be cheap. Warehouse Speakers makes a 30 watt 10" British cone speaker that's about $40, but I haven't heard any feedback about those. I was going to suggest that my friend put a couple of those in his amp, but he sold it.
I'd mix Weber Silver and Blue Bells. That would kick ass!!
Guitarb, you should try mixing speakers, good match is 2 Eminence Ragin Cajuns and 2 Eminence Copperheads, gives a completely balanced sound, tight bottom, clear highs! Also, try changing the output tranny in your deville to a Mercury Magnetics it will make a HUGE difference as well!
Delta Demons and Tone Tubby's......
Mik...readin your mind...I'm either going with your mix Cajuns and Copperheads or Celestion Vintage 10's and Greenbacks.
Thanks to all for the input.
Ok....ended up going with 2 Cajuns and 2 Copperheads. Looking forward to seeing how this turns out!