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Weber Speakers Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker   

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The Weber Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker is for lower power amps with alnico 12's, an economical replacement for CTS, Chicago Jensen...Read More

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The Weber Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker is for lower power amps with alnico 12's, an economical replacement for CTS, Chicago Jensen, and Oxford 12's. They are bright, with early 60's Fender woody/reedy, and feature medium breakup.

FEATURES
  • 12"
  • 7oz AlNiCo plug magnet
  • 25 watt
  • 1" voice coil
  • Curved seam cone

SPECIFICATIONS

Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker

  • 3lb (.90kg)
  • 12-1/8" (30.5cm) diameter
  • 5-3/8" (13.65cm) deep (no cover)
  • 6-1/4" (15.88cm) deep (with cover)
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Weber SpeakersSignature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker
 
4.9

(based on 8 reviews)

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  • Good quality (3)

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5.0

Nice purchase

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from Curitiba-PR - Brazil

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      Comments about Weber Speakers Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker:

      Everything is ok !!!!!

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      5.0

      great price and value

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      from philadelphia, pa

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

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          Comments about Weber Speakers Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker:

          GReat speaker great price. will buy again from MF

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          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Weber Alnico 12S

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          from Virginia

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          • Improves Sound

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              Comments about Weber Speakers Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker:

              I put this speaker into a red knob Fender Champ 12 (with Torres mod) about 4 months ago and wanted to wait for it to break in before I reviewed it.

              I'm really pleased with the way the amp now sounds with this speaker. It has clear, warm cleans with nice melodic break up. The Champ 12's notoriously iffy overdrive channel is much more musical with this speaker. Sweet, organic (if that makes sense) vintage tones and great response, clean and overdriven. Lost a little low end and a little clean headroom, but the tone improvement is definitely worth it, especially for a small amp I wouldn't use on a big stage anyway.

              I don't have much experience with more well known and expensive alnico speakers or rare vintage amps, so I can't make a comparison there, but I can say I am 100% happy with the Weber in this amp. It is great sounding, USA made, high quality, easy to install, cool looking and an awesome bargain. To me it could cost twice as much as it does and still be a good deal. If you're after high volume and modern high gain, try something else but if you want to sweeten a little tube amp and make it sound old school cool, this might be exactly what you're looking for.

              God bless and happy playing!

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              5.0

              WEBER Speaker Kills it !

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              from HAWAII

              About Me Professional Musician

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                    Comments about Weber Speakers Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker:

                    I swaped my stock ceramic speaker in my late 90s
                    USA made Fender Blues JR and transformed my amp!!
                    This speaker nails the warm, clean, vintage sound.
                    Compare the Celestion Alnico Blue at almost SIX
                    TIMES THE PRICE !! This Weber is a no brainer.
                    GREAT SPEAKER !

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                    (5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    Weber Signature 12S 25 watt 12" Speaker

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                    from Corpus Christi, Tx

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                    Comments about Weber Speakers Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker:

                    Great speak if you dont play on stage, and are looking for that old 50's vibe sound and early break up, with early Tweed cleans.....
                    Finally got it in my Classic 30, but I had to use a dummy plug in the speaker out to knock the impedance down to 8 ohms.
                    AANNNYWAAY..................................I had a Texas Heat in My PV C30, great speaker, loud, clean agressive...But I wanted a more vintage vibe, and the Weber 12S did it.
                    Although it's only 25 watts, it's pretty loud.
                    The only way I can decrible the sound is SUWWWEEEET and smooth cleans, and gradual breakup.
                    I use JJ EL34's and 12Ax7's exept for the OD pre amp tube,(V2) its a Sovtek 5751. Tames to OD a bit.
                    I has more bottom than I expected, the build is good, and super clean!.
                    Nice full tone w/o ice pick in my ear....
                    I crank my amp and use the guitar volume and p/u switch to go from country, early fender tweed cleans to down right dirty almost voxy od.
                    It compresses better than the TH, and is just the "flavor" I was looking for.
                    Im keeping the Texas Heat in case I ever need to play loud.
                    BTW, this alnico speaker sucks with my Digitech 155. So if you try and do metal, or any distortion though a pedal with this, be aware. Flub Flub Flub. It breaks up to early for that.
                    But does play clean w/o pedals at moderate volume...
                    Overall, a great deal Assuming you dont play loud, and are into the 50's and 60's blues/rock tone.

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                    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    Excellent Budget Speaker

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                    from Milwaukee, WI

                    Comments about Weber Speakers Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker:

                    I've used this speaker in a Fender Champ 12 and an Ampeg Reverbojet for the past several months. The tone is stiff at first, but quickly breaks in. It never gains a large amount of bass response, but it has a nice warm top-end and midrange which suit clean and lightly overdriven blues and jazz playing. It's a very vintage sounding speaker - I'd look elsewhere if you want post-1962 tones, but for early rock it is fantastic. Think edgy rockabilly and Sun Studio tones. It also breaks up very well, gaining a lot of warmth as it is driven hard. The wattage could be higher, but it is an excellent budget speaker that is very well made (in America!).

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                    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    4.0

                    not for everyone..

                    Comments about Weber Speakers Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker:

                    I couldn't dis the speaker, it's a Weber.. well made, high quality.However, Weber had a sale, I bought mine there, on the recommendation from Weber. And boy, this isn't the right speaker for me. No low end to speak of at all. They describe it as woody reedy.. well guess what? For once it's not just words! Think bamboo reeds, and pine wood. Mounted in a Stock epiphone VJ cabinet with a fully modified *marshall* valve junior head, this is not a good combination. I chose an unlabelled eminence 12" to replace the lady luck this cab came stock with.. and thought this weber should top that. But it doesn't. It's thin.. maybe nice for recording? where the board can add what it lacks. But for live, even satisfactory practice, go with a ceramic magnet and skip this. For a 4X12 cab. maybe ok. But boy.. no lows here. Dont misunderstand me. Great little speaker. But voiced in a way that simply make the vj sound bad.I'm going to try it as part of a 2X12. hoping that will at least sound good.But really.. no lows to speak of.. makes the mids and highs,nice as they are, stand out way too much.can only recommend it IF you like that kind of sound. (and I've never heard a 12" speaker with this MUCH voice.. sheesh!)

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                    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    Nice alternative to the Fender Jensen sound

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                    from Colorado

                    Comments about Weber Speakers Signature Series Alnico 12S 25 Watt 12" Speaker:

                    I recently picked up one of these as a candidate for a replacement speaker for my BillM modded Blues Jr. I have to admit that I was trying to get closer to that Fender Twin sound -- so I also picked up the 50 watt Jensen. In running them head to head ... the Jensen does sound more like a Twin it is smoother, more chime, etc. but I really like this Weber too -- can't believe the price - great build. The Weber keeps some of that rawness that the Blues Jr offers and the bass tones are superior -- very woody sounding (think early Johnny Cass records). Worth considering if you are going for that sound -- not much of a distortnick so I am no expert, but for me the Weber "sings" a bit more than the Jensen at higher volumes. Lotza fun for not much cash (By the way I bought the beam blocker too -- I recommend it -- it tames some of the harshness of this speaker without taking all of its rawer edge).

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