What 10"speaker for a '68 princeton Rev.

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  1. rbehm

    rbehm Member

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    Any thoughts on what would work well for this amp...to be used with pedals
    and want decent headroom.. for smaller gigs Country / classic rock!!
     
  2. DANOCASTER

    DANOCASTER Supporting Member

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    reverend 10 " is awesome. Basically the same as the old Naylor

    I have one in my Pro Jr and two in my BF Vibrolux Reverb
     
  3. Bryan T

    Bryan T Guitar Owner Silver Supporting Member

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    I've had an Eminence Ragin' Cajun in my Princeton Reverb for a few years and really like it.

    Bryan
     
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    hunter Supporting Member

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    Weber C10S (I think it is a Ceramic Silver Ten now).

    hunter
     
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    If you have an Oxford, can I have it? The reconed Oxford in my 65 BFPR sounds great.

    MikeY
     
  8. GuitarsFromMars

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    I recommend the Scumback SA 10 M
     
  9. FloridaSam

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    I had a Weber C10Q in my Brownface Princeton. I can't imagine a better sounding speaker for that particular amp.
     
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    +1. I've got a Weber VST C10Q in my '66 Princeton Reverb , and it's clean, tonally balanced and LOUD. It's a great speaker and really makes this amp shine. I'm really thinking of loading up my '69 and 76' Vibrolux amps with these speakers. I've got '64 CTS reconed in my '69 and '65 reconed Oxfords in my '76. I just think the C10Q's would do both amps more justice.
     
  11. Cap'n Fingers

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    I was looking at Weber's site and couldn't find a C10Q. There were
    a couple that said they replace a C10Q. Did Weber rename these
    speakers? Anyone know the equivalent model # to a C10Q you guys
    are talking about?
    Thanks
     
  12. Mike T

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    Jensen P10Q or Eminence Lil Buddy
     
  13. strumminsix

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    What about a JBL d110f?
     
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    ddeand Silver Supporting Member

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    I had a JBL D110f in a Princeton Reverb, and it was one of the nicest combinations I've ever had. The JBLs are quite clean, but they take pedals well and rrally allow the amp to "speak". They're expensive, but I think they're worth it. Another advantage is that they don't lose their value - if it doesn't suit your needs, you can probably sell it for what you paid.

    Dean
     
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    Bump.
     

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