Ordered A Scumback M75...

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by jumpnblues, Jul 17, 2008.

  1. jumpnblues

    jumpnblues Member

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    ...for my Louis Electric Tremblelux. Had a Hellatone 30 (broken in G12H30) in it originally, then I tried a Scumback H75 that I really liked, then a Chinese made Celestion Greenback which I liked ever so slightly better. So, I thought I'd try the Scumback version (M75). All three of these speakers just sound fabulous with that amp, but I like the slightly smoother highs of the Greenback style speaker. Jim recommended the 65 watt version for a little more mid punch. Anyone else use one or care to comment? Thanks.


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  2. dumbell78

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    I have the 65 watt versions in my 4x12 and the 25 watt version in my 1x12, could not be happier. Im sure youll love them if you like the chinese celestion greenback.
     
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    Scumback Speakers Gold Supporting Member

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    You're going to hate me. Remember I told you it would be 2-3 weeks when you ordered? Well, four showed up today. Three are sold, only one left for stock. :jo

    Three will ship out tomorrow to their rightful owners.
     
  4. Pedro58

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    You'll love the speaker... trust me.
     
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  6. jamison162

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    M75 = Best speaker I've ever heard for dirty tones, but not high gain metal mind you. Cleans are as good as anything else you'll ever find as well.

    Greenbacks are THE best sounding, most versatile speakers you can get and have the best dirty and cleans in one package. And the M75 is THE best greenback you can get. (Followed by the Emi. Private Jack, IMHO).

    I know the H75's get most of the attention around here, but I greatly prefer the M75's over H75's. The M's are "under the radar". If you'll notice, you will rarely see a used M75 for sale. H75's come up often.
     
  7. Jon Silberman

    Jon Silberman 10Q Jerry & Dickey Gold Supporting Member

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    +1!
     
  8. jamison162

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    JumpnBlues, any update? How are you liking the M75?
     
  9. pdouds

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    i just bought one (used) and it is my favorite speaker so far.i have it paired up with a classic lead 80, and they sound great together.
     
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    got one paired with a h75 in my cowtipper45. Tasty mids. Amazing overdrive tones. As good as it gets.
     

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