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I would e-mail Ted Weber and ask, but I think the Weber 10F150's would work well, they are pretty punchy.
I am assuming you are looking for more the traditional speaker that matches up with a Fender.
If not check out the Eminence line, like the Ragin Cajun
If think they were CTS or Oxfords. I actually haven't got the amp yet. I sold it to someone I know 11years ago and he recently emailed me asking if i knew anyone who wanted it. I said I might be interested myself so he offered it to me for a very good price so I said I would buy it back as I realise now with the right speakers it will sound great!What speakers are in it now? The 10F150 is real nice as well as the Eminence Legend 105.
I read somwhere on an earlier post that the Weber 10f150's sound too bright! It doesn't matter what make they are as long as it gives me more clean headroom with the smoother American sound, not too ice picky, and not the celestion British gritty sound!
Have you tried an a 10F150 with either a 10A125 or 10A150? I would be worried that the ceramic magnet speaker would dominate in efficiency over the alnico magnet speaker.I have a 10f150 in my 72vlx and it's not to bright by any means. I also have a rajun cajun in it and the two sound great together. Options I would also consider would be
I would use one 10f150 for sure.
I had a 10F150T and a 10A125 for a while in my ´76 VR. Now I must honestly say that the 10A125 is absolutely NOT a good speaker in a Vibrolux. Even the 30-watt version breaks up way too early, and the speaker sounds just, well, not musical in that amp.Have you tried an a 10F150 with either a 10A125 or 10A150? I would be worried that the ceramic magnet speaker would dominate in efficiency over the alnico magnet speaker.
Listened to all the above on the Emi site all in all liked the Legend 105 best, plus they are quite a lot cheaper than the others!Sounds like you're describing the Emi Ragin' Cajun or Copperhead. From what I've read, the Copperhead is better if you like to play straight into the amp, the Cajun better if you like to employ OD pedals. You could also consider the Legend 105 which I've found to be a very nice all-around speaker.
So were the 10F150T and 10A125 about the same efficiency or volume?I had a 10F150T and a 10A125 for a while in my ´76 VR. Now I must honestly say that the 10A125 is absolutely NOT a good speaker in a Vibrolux. Even the 30-watt version breaks up way too early, and the speaker sounds just, well, not musical in that amp.
I sold it after a few gigs and a studio session, it just doesn´t sound right in that amp. In a tweed it´s probably magnificent as it´s advertised. I heard it (as I sold it) in a 2 watt Valco amp, and it sounded absolutely beautiful. It just doesn´t have the headroom a VR needs IMHO.
I went back to a 10F150T & Ragin Cajun combo - the RC is not the perfect speaker for everything, but as it´s broken in it´s actually pretty decent - and it´s priced accordingly aswell. Don´t let the first week fool you - it WILL start to compress pretty nicely when given it´s time.
They were pretty close, I think. Of course, the F is more efficient, has more bass and is a bit "quicker" than the A. So even though they were close enough in volume, I think the F overpowered the A in performance. If you know what I mean.So were the 10F150T and 10A125 about the same efficiency or volume?