Weber Sig 12B

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by frank4001, Feb 6, 2008.


  1. frank4001

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    Anyone have any experience with them? I just ordered a couple and I'm looking for some late re-assurance...Seriously I thought they'd be close the the All-Tone 1250 which I like but can't find anymore. Many thanks.
     
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    Welll here's update if anyone cares..I put a pre-broken in pair in a 2x12 open back cab and ran a BF Tremolux though it. With a Telecaster they were sounding good and not offensive anywhere..Has good clean and "chime" at lower volumes (my amp on like 8 and volume down on th guitar) and fattened up nicely for leads. So far so good...I'll gig them soon but I can tell already they will work out just fine..Hats off Weber for making a great sounding cheap speaker....Good balance lows to highs.
     
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    Thanks for the update. They are on my short list for reasonably priced speakers. Do they sound much different than the Reverend All-tone 1250's?
     
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    They seem to have the same charactaristics. Jensen like clean that gets fatter as you turn it up..I have an All-Tone in a Deluxe Reverb and I'll do a head to head at some point....
     
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    Compared them(without changing amp or guitar settings however I left the Sig in the 2x12 cab and disconnected one)... and they are very close.....
     
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    I have one that I've used in a lot of different amps and it always sounds good. Ted says it's basically a Celestion Modern Lead design (GM 70?). Great speaker for the money.
     
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    I used one in a Deluxe Reverb II I had once. Made a great ripping little amp!
     

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