I have a pretty bright amp and play P-90's. Will possibly pair it with a Vintage 30 or Greenback (w/ 55Hz cone). Looking for thick mids. Thanks.
It's hard to tell but if the Scumbacks are accurate representations (H75 & H55) http://www.southbayampworks.com/speakers.html (and I bet they are), the 75 sounds more open and the 55 sounds pretty muffled. I almost think the 75 sounds better. What do you guys think? Is the 55Hz G12H muffled sounding?
I would steer you towards the M75-LHDC if you like the harder tones. The large dustcap does a nice job of letting you turn up the treble, or your OD stompbox without the treble getting too piercing.Not to hijack, but is the H75 good for hard rock and metal?
as a side note and it might not apply but you might be surprised how much grill cloth can affect a speakers tone
The V30 has a 444 cone # which is a 55hz cone. You should match up that cone with a 75 hz cone. Since the V30 is an H magnet and 100db, a speaker with an H magnet and 75 hz would be the best choice to fatten your frequency response. In my line, that would be the H75-HP model. Handles 65 watts, you only need to figure out the ohm rating you need. The 16 ohm models I have in stock right now.So...after much blistered typing...do I want the 55Hz or 75Hz cones to match up with a Vintage 30 or Weber Alnico Silverbell with one amp that needs help in the mid range and one that has a tendency to be bright? Thank you and goodnight !