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Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker

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Awesome bottom end, great sustain, and a powerful, chunky sound. Great for blues, rock and jazz. Ideal for a one, 2, or 4x12" closed-back setup. 150W...Click To Read More About This Product

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Tone that's as thick as a brick.

Awesome bottom end, great sustain, and a powerful, chunky sound. Great for blues, rock and jazz. Ideal for a one, 2, or 4x12" closed-back setup. 150W RMS handling, 300W peak. 8 or 16 ohm impedance.

Eminence recommends the Swamp Thang-16 as an alternate replacement in the Fender FM412 Cabinet.

FEATURES
Great bottom end and an overall chunky sound
Perfect for blues, rock, and jazz

Make your rig sound down and dirty with these great speakers! Call or click to order today!

SPECIFICATIONS
150W RMS handling, 300W peak
8 or 16 ohm impedance
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EminencePatriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker
 
4.9

(based on 39 reviews)

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Pros

  • Good quality (25)
  • Improves sound (23)
  • Functional (14)
  • Easy to use (12)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Practicing (16)
  • Concerts (15)
  • Back-up (10)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (14), Professional musician (10)

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(12 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Old-school player's dream...

By SI Picker

from New York

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Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

While many of the new-generation, small-box 1X12" amps have great flexibility and potential, they are almost without exception equipped with British-voiced speakers - great if you're a hard-rock player with a humbucker-loaded axe, but somewhat limiting if your style is more eclectic; if, however, the sweet sound of those '60s New York "key club" amps defines your concept of electric guitar tone, but you can't locate/afford an original in decent shape, this will turn your low/mid-powered EL-84 based combo into a stage/studio classic in the mold of the original Ampeg Gemini/Reverberocket. Mine's installed in a Bugera V22 I bought about a year ago (and reviewed here at that time) and the difference is remarkable: tunes out the EL-84 harshness without sacrificing the chime, the bottom end sounds like a 2X12" (overall effect is very much like a really sweet '66 Ampeg B-12XT - Linden, NJ's Portaflex "Twin killer" - a buddy of mine owned back in the day), I don't have to go fishing for a decent tone when I change guitars - it's a plug-and-play proposition, where I can make tonal adjustments with a combination of preamp/power amp settings and playing dynamics alone - and the 102dB efficiency rating has turned this little practice amp into a lightweight stage rig for venues up to about 750 people. Lest you get the wrong idea, it'll do the drive thing too - if you use single-coils, want to dial some high-end into your tone, or have been looking for a way to capture the "brown" sound in something more friendly to your back than a 50W Plexi/4X12" rig, this is your setup. While this speaker might be overkill in a high-powered 6L6/6550-based amp, it's just the ticket for an EL-34/EL-84 combo in the under-50 watt range - and why the boutique makers haven't picked up on it as an option is beyond me. After nearly fifty years of playing I've seen it all, and it's a rare piece of equipment that will elicit my unreserved recommendation - this is most definitely one of them.

(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Sounds great, Big improvement in my tone

By mark-EJp-6

from windsor ny

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  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

      When I bought my 6505+ 112 combo I hated it,the stock speaker is horrible sounding. After tons of research and sound clips I decided to get this speaker for it. It even even completely broken in yet and it sounds awesome alot more punchy and everything about the tone improved. More low end, better sounding leads, more clear and doesn't break up at high volumes like the Sheffield. I would highly recommend this speaker for anyone that buys the 6505+ 112.

      (9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      One Great Speaker

      By Bubba

      from Ft.Worth, TX

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      Pros

      • Full Tone
      • Good Quality
      • Improves Sound
      • It Loves loud
      • Super Clean

      Cons

      • heavy

      Best Uses

      • Clean
      • Country
      • Jazz
      • Loud

      Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

      Took a chance and bought two to replace the cheap, [*], celestion copy speakers that were in my new Mustang IV amp. The stock speakers were very thin and laid down with any big chord. Installed the Eminence speakers and it sounded kinda funny at first. It takes some time to break these Swamp Thangs in but let my tell you, its magic now. These speakers have more of everything, bottom, mids and the highs are nice and smooth. They are also twice as loud. Clean no break up at all. If you want that frizzy, break up stuff look elsewhere. If you play ultra clean and loud and love full tone you will not find a better speaker for the price. I love these speakers but they are very heavy.

      (8 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Dark Creamy Awesomeness...

      By Demon on the Mountain

      from Bloomington

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      Pros

      • Good Quality
      • Improves Sound

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          Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

          I have two old Gallien-Krueger 212gs (yep, the ones that Alex Lifeson used on the HOLD YOUR FIRE/A SHOW OF HANDS tour).

          I yanked out the old Celestions and threw in a Swamp Thang in each cabinet and put an Eminence Governor in one and a Wizard in the other.

          Excellent pairings for a stereo set up...

          On a whim, I switched out the speakers and put both Swamp Thangs in one cab and the Wizard and Governor in the other. WOW. The Swamp Thangs were rich and creamy and dark. The G/W were open and bright. The balance was a bit too much for me, so I put a ST back in each cab and man oh man the balance is perfect for me...

          I run an ISP Theta Preamp and an Engl e530 through a Rocktron Velocity 100.

          The Swamp Thangs are dark. Make no mistake. But not muffled or unclear. They have a great bottom end with smooth mids and very tamed highs. They will take the ice pick out of any preamp/poweramp or head. Pair them with one of the Red Coats and you'll have an awesomely balanced, clear but full tone.

          Can't say enough about how happy I am with my purchase... they keep sounding better and better now that I've had them for over a year.

          (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Best Single Cab Speaker

          By JazzGtr

          from PA

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Functional
          • Good Quality
          • Improves Sound

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Backup
            • Concerts
            • Practicing

            Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

            Although, the speaker have not yet been fully broken in, I like what I'm hearing so far while it begins to loosen up. Contrary to most reviewers who were replacing their Fender Blues factory installed speakers, I'm actually replacing the Eminence Red, White and Blue speaker out my Fuchs Ported Back Mini 112 cab.

            Why?

            The Eminence RWB speaker is a great all around speaker for Jazz, Blues and American Rock. It's rated 120 Watts and it can handle a lot of power which is why I'm keeping a pair in my Fuchs 2x12 speaker cab (assigned to my 100 Watt Fuchs TDS Amp head). But that's where the RWB shines when paired with another RWB speaker. Whereas the Eminence Swamp Thang is better suited for single speaker cab application over the RWB. The ST's output is louder and the bass output is tighter which explains it's bigger magnet and why it's heavier. And although the ST is rated at 150 watts compared to RWB 120, the real differences is when you drive the speaker hard. The ST doesn't flinch when pushed to it's limits which provides tons of clean headroom. The ST acts like it's a 15" speaker with it's power handling ability and sounds like it 's a 10" speaker with it's focused,tight attack. For the Jazz, Blues and Rock lovers I can't imagine a better single cab speaker. My L5 deep melodic tones just jump out of this speaker with authority and definition. Needless to say, I like the Swamp Thing. You just need to be patient breaking this speaker in, it just takes a little time.

            (7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            BOOMING, JUST STRAIT BOOMING!!

            By Royce-CRYcd

            from Houston, tx

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            Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

            I've heard this speaker described before as producing 'a wall of sound' and that pretty much sums it up. Got it paired with a texas heat in my 120w tube Peavey deuce, jeez it's awesome! Can't turn my pre-gain much past 1 without pissin off my whole band, ha! Combo-ed up with the texas heat it's rich, warm, fat, thick and i still have plenty of highs/mids. I'm sure by itself it's great as well. I play in e-flat and would recommend it to other fans of down-tuning. Like i said JUST STRAIT BOOMING. Both my speakers rock but i can feel extra 'pain' coming from the swamp thang side, lol...Great speaker, great value, easy decision. Eminence = best bang for buck in the bizz brother.

            (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Swamp Thang

            By Trevor-vCIZe

            from New York

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            Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

            My favorite speaker by far. It made me not need an eq pedal anymore. I tried it with a Fender Jazzmaster Ultralight, Blackheart Little Giant, Fender Bassman 20, and Henriksen Jazzamp, and it was great with all of them.
            This is a loud, high powered speaker with no harshness whatsoever. With the dip at 300Hz makes it really full without being muddy, and the spike around 2kHz makes the treble very clear, but smooth.

            (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Great in my '58 Gibson GA-40

            By tonefreakness

            from Midwest

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            Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

            I bought a 1958 Gibson GA-40 recently which came with the Swamp Thang speaker. This amp is a sweating monster, the natural compression, overtones and multi-layered effortless tail of chord feedback was unlike anything I've heard before, in part because of the unusual 5879 pre-amp tube. GA-40s originally came with Jensen P12s of some kind. My guitar tech told me the amp would be much better with a new alnico Jensen P12N. Tried it. Nope. The ceramic Swamp Thang brings out so much more interesting, immediate and defined layers of tone it's not even close. You can pick out strings in the chords. The Swamp Thang is said to have good sustain and I certainly find that true. Maybe not the best name in the world for a speaker this good --- Eminence likes to have fun with their names --- but don't let that get in your way, the Swamp Thang is a serious speaker. A real thumper but with great definition.

            (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Awesome speaker, mixed 2x12 w/ Celestion

            By guitarguy423

            from Upstate, SC

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            Pros

            • Deeper Low Brighter High
            • Functional
            • Good Quality
            • Improves Sound

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Backup
              • Concerts
              • Practicing

              Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

              I went with the advice of a forum and added this speaker to my Orange 2x12 cabinet, replacing one of the factory Celestion Vintage 30 (60 watt) I will say that my cabinet is closed back 2x12 and was BOOMY since Orange puts no insulation inside whatsoever. I added foam to soften and clean it up. The result is amazing! I am running a 50 watt JCM800 and a 50 watt Crate Stealth as well as a Orange Micro Terror. All amps sounds better to me after switching out one Clestion Vintage 30 for this Swamp Thang.

              The reult: deeper, punchier, more pronounced lows and nice clear highs that offer tonal characteristics outside a Celestion v30's tonal and frequency range.

              Mixing speakers and addind this one turned out to be a great idea and I am so happy.

              I will say that being new, this speaker won't sound impressive at first. I'd follow the advice I got and play on the quieter side of things initially to allow speaker cone material to break in. The speaker will get better, so be patient at first. The sound will improve and you'll get the intended awesome result.

              By itself or paired in a 2x12 with identical, I can also see a lot of potential for southern rock and country music playing, since the speaker produces a wider and smoother frequency range than a Vintage 30, voiced more for crunch and distortion. I was playing some old classic Johnny Cash style guitar and the driving low notes are awesome for that kind of sound and style. It produces highs and lows a vintage 30 doesn't which can be good or bad depending on what you want your final sound to be. I play hard rock mostly and do like to shred it up, but also like picking on the Dead and country stuff, and this speaker does well for me.

              This is a quality speaker at a great price. Check out their website for this speaker as well as others and they have all the frequency maps of each for comparison. You can find other options voiced more for your needs. Regardless, Eminence makes a great product and I am happy with what they're producing these days.

              (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Love the Swamp Thang, best speaker ever!

              By Hubenak County

              from Houston

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              Pros

              • Fantastac Speaker
              • Good Quality
              • Improves Sound

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Every Amp Ever

                Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                I tried dozens of speakers in my amps over the years, and I'e owned a ton of amps. When I finally found the Swamp Thang, I couldn't believe it. My perfect speaker st last! It sounds great in Fender Amps, cruncy 5e3 amps, Marshalls, a Kendrick I have and more. I absolutely love the Swamp Thang, highly recommended.

                (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                monster tone

                By MTloveit

                from Missoula, Montana

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                Pros

                • Clear
                • Good Quality
                • Improves Sound
                • Loud

                Cons

                • Cant Think Of Any

                Best Uses

                • Concerts
                • Metal Blues
                • Practicing

                Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                monster tone! after a little break in time these speakers are very nice. loud and clear, with no flop or flerb even with seven string dropped tune mayhem. massive magnet reminds me of a subwoofer, but the speaker sings very nicely with distorted or clean tones. i paired two of these with two texas heats and my tone is amazing. very impressed with these.

                (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                4eyed blues monster

                By csd

                from GA

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                Pros

                • Awesomeness
                • Easy To Use
                • Functional
                • Good Quality
                • Improves Sound

                Cons

                • None At The Moment

                Best Uses

                • Home Use Open Mics

                Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                I love this speaker. Installed it into my Fender Reverb Deluxe RI. Really tamed the highs. Not brittle anymore and very clean. Works well with effects. I would buy this speaker again.

                (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Simple way to improve your tone

                By Guitar1

                from Sarasota, Florida

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                Pros

                • Easy To Use
                • Functional
                • Good Quality
                • Great full tone
                • Improves Sound

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Paired with a Texas Heat

                  Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                  Sounds great paired with a Texas Heat in a 2x12" partially open back cab. I use it with a PRS 2 channel "C" amp and this speaker combo retains it's tone both on both the clean tones all the way to heavily over driven lead sounds. Great sustain and no harsh high frequency overtones.

                  (4 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  4.0

                  Great Blues Deluxe Upgrade!

                  By OddManOut

                  from Amarillo, TX

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                  Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                  First off ... try to remember tone is subject to personal taste AND the equipment being used. I swear, half of the reviews sound like they're written by adolescents discussing the virtues of product "X" after testing it for an hour in their bedrooms on 10 watt practice amps. THAT'S definitive. That said, let me explain how this speaker solved my particular tone problem. I'm play mostly blues on a MIM fat strat with Tex-Mex pups, bone nut, Callaham block, Fender mid-boost kit, and 11's. The tone on my '95 Blues Deluxe was pretty good until the mid-boost upgrade but the low range was always a bit muddy for my taste. After the mid-boost upgrade the bottom end lost any articulation and just became a window rattling boom even at low volume; the extra 25db was too much for the stock speaker which is rated at 50 watts in a 40 watt tube amp. Definitely not the Texas Blues sound I like. After reading everything I could about Blues Deluxe upgrades, I decided to give this speaker a try. After only 20 hours of break-in, for my setup, this may qualify as one of those "best under a $100 upgrades" I've ever made. Those signature strat chiming tones now extend throughout the entire range at any volume I can tolerate. I gained particular clarity in the bottom end. I also gained significant tone improvement with my PRS Tremonti. I expect even better after 100+ hours of break-in. I will probably get another one of these when I build my closed-back extension cab.So, there it is: my experience with my set up according to my idea of tone.

                  (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Clear Bottom end, overall just a great speaker

                  By Steven Puckitt

                  from Houston, TX

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                  Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                  Listen to Eminence sound samples to get an idea of what this speaker sounds like. If you like the samples you won't be disappointed with this speaker.
                  It's a speaker
                  Eminence is just great quality. I put it in my cab, no issues whatsoever. The sound quality coming out of this is just amazing. The only thing I would recommend and this may be style dependent is to put something brighter or something with more crunch to balance it out. This thing never flubs out, can handle lows, and beautiful cleans.
                  It's priced fair and I feel the quality matches the price. Eminence has earned a permanent customer from me.

                  (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Tone,Sensitivity and power handling

                  By Mighty Saturn 5

                  from New Haven Ct.

                  Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                  I play bass through a Bi-amped set up, the upper bass/mids are ran through a 1000 watt Crest power amp which feeds an upright 4x12 cabinet, the sound I attempt to obtain at this cab is basically a loud but tight-punchy yet slightly overdriven tone. I've tried many different speaker combinations in this cab with mixed results (Celestion,EV,JBL,Selenium,B&C to name a few). I happened upon the Eminence site and was glad to see they gave not only a "tone" description but also a graph to pick out what I was looking for in speaker response and sensitivity, since I used above average power I had to additionally find a speaker that could handle the high powered "hot" tone I use for hours at a stretch. Based on these criteria I purchased 4 Eminence 16 ohm Swamp Thangs... after the install I put the cab with these new speakers through its paces-I was very pleased with the excellent tone at medium and low levels-very aggresive yet smooth tone all around however when really pushed these things literally shocked me with overwhelming tone that has to be heard to appreciate-- my Decibel meter showed that at 6 feet away I was pushing an average of 130 db yet I was still obtaining tight upper bass, however the aggresive mids heard at low levels turned into an incredible roaring growl that I've not heard from any of the other speakers I've used, when I added the low frequency speakers in my system (an 18" and 15" driven by another amp)I had the quintensential tone I've always wanted. I would say without a doubt that these are by far the best speakers I've used in this application.

                  (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Great Speaker

                  By AwedMusic

                  from Merced Co. CA

                  Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                  Installed these speakers in place of the stock Celestions in a Line 6 Flextone III. Amp sounds great and the modeling seems to still work. These Swamp Thang's are very efficient and have a very balanced tone. Love 'em

                  (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  4.0

                  It Thumps

                  By JW

                  from Sacramento CA

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                  Pros

                  • Easy To Use
                  • Functional
                  • Good Quality
                  • Improves Sound

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                      I installed a New Swamp Thang in my Fender Blues Deluxe, Anthony at Eminence was a lot of help in picking the right speaker. I play Modern country so there's a lot of drop D and lows and the Swamp Thang really pumps it, and the highs sing using boost and distortion but I'm not real happy with the clean sound, the amp has lost the Fender bell like tones it's more harsh, I've put 8 hrs of hard gigging so far and it seems to be loosening up so time will tell, other than that I love it.

                      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      5.0

                      HeadRoom!

                      By R.S.

                      from The US of A

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                      Pros

                      • Easy To Use
                      • Functional
                      • Good Quality
                      • Improves Sound

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Backup
                        • Concerts
                        • Practicing

                        Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                        I got these for my Fender Frontman 212r. The stock speakers were only 50-watt, so I swapped those out for Celestion 75-watt, still too much breakup for my taste. Researched, found these, got 'em, badda-bing badda-boom---->Headroom! Nice un-coloured sound, lets your amp and guitar speak clean verses for themselves. My wah and flanger were major sources for wayward frequencies that lead to speaker-breakup, I wanted cleaner than clean with AND without pedals engaged. These do the trick...WONDERFUL absolutely wonderful!

                        (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                         
                        5.0

                        This speaker is punchy and powerful!!!

                        By Seattle metal head

                        from Seatac , wa

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                        Pros

                        • Good Quality
                        • Improves Sound

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Concerts
                          • Practicing

                          Comments about Eminence Patriot Swamp Thang 12" 150W Guitar Speaker:

                          I put the swamp thang in my 2x12 cab with a Fender special design speaker and what a difference. The swamp thang is loud, with powerful bass and alot of punch. I play heavy death metal and thrash tuned to low B and this speaker can take as much distortion and you can throw at it. If you want a louder more powerful tone then try these speakers before buying a new amp. My Marshall Mg 100 sounds good now!!!!! I would choose the swamp thang over the vintage 30 any day. Its nothing but good fat tone. Now my drummer can hear my guitar better during practice. Thanks Eminence.

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