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Weber 10f-150 10'' alternative? What's your preference

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by beedoola, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. beedoola

    beedoola Senior Member

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    I currently have this speaker in my old Epiphone pacemaker tube combo, I got the speaker for cheap a few years ago. It sounds alright but I'm curious as to what might be a better choice speaker.

    I'm using les Pauls, the amp is single channel, I like it clean, use pedals for dirt. I downtune sometimes so a speaker that can handle lower frequencies; or as best as a single 10'' can, would be great.

    Impedance on the amp is 8 ohm.
     
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  2. rhythmrocker

    rhythmrocker 1966 Battle of the Bands Supporting Member

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    I have a couple of the same Webers and they are great in my Fender. The only competition in my experience is an EVM-10M, Fane AXA10 and the Celestion G10S-50. In your experimentation, I would start with the Fane. Have heard good things about the WGS10 (C?)
     
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    Or the Fane Medusa 10-75. There are two for sale in the emporium, but doesn't say the impedance.
     
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    I would buy as many G10S-50's as I could find, and then I would buy as many old Fanes as I could find. I have a 10F150T in my '59 Gibson GA-18T Explorer, but the reconed G10S-50's that I put in my Tremolux cab are unbelievably good. The Neo 10 is very good as well. I preferred the Neo over the 10F150T in my SF no-verb Princeton, but the 10F150T sounds a little better in the Explorer.
     
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    beedoola Senior Member

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    Will take a look there, thanks!
     
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    How about a Celestion G10E 30? got offered one in a trade
     
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    The Fanes are know for their tight low end, fast recovery, crisp detailed mids
    and lots of jangle on the top end.

    A Celestion Gold 10 or EVM10M would be my other speakers to consider.
     

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