I don't really agree with that. Blues have a smoother top end, which is arguably more muted at that.the Greenbacks are warmer than the Blues, depends what your looking for.
If it was for the same price i'd get it with Celestion Blue.. If you don't like it you can sell that speaker for the price of 2-3 greenbacks
For the same price, there isn't a decision to be made. Like the guy said above...get the blue. If you don't like it (and you will), sell it.
+4Yah do what he said ^
A good choiceThanks for all the input guys! The alnico blue will be mine!
Though some did indeed come with Fanes. I think it's safe to say that the Celestion alnico Bulldog emphasizes the midrange jangle quite a bit. If that is the intention of the OP then go for it. Should you however want something a bit broader and warmer go the M Greenback route or for even more warmth then perhaps the Fane Axathe Celestion Alnico is very much part of the VOX sound.
I've tried new VOX amps, and they sound best with the Blue.
more like depends on your definition of "warmer" is. i feel the exact opposite. the G12M is undeniably a very mid-centric speaker. this could work well in a vox. the blue, while still very mid-centric has a slightly more "rolled" sound. a little smoother sounding overall.the Greenbacks are warmer than the Blues, depends what your looking for.