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12" driver handles up to 50W RMS, 100W peak with a 38oz. Magnet. Durable hemp cone sounds smoky smooth with...
The world's first 12" guitar speaker. Originally designed in the '50s and used in early Vox and Marshall...
Rich low-end, creamy midrange and vintage chiming top-end.
Awesome bottom end, great sustain, and a powerful, chunky sound. Great for blues, rock and jazz. 150W RMS...
12" speaker with 75W RMS, 150W peak power handling, 8 or 16 ohm impedance, and 56 oz. magnet. '60s/'70s...
This Monster Metal kit gets you 2 12" Eminence speakers—one Texas Heat and one Swamp Thang.<br />
Emulates the Celestion Alnico Blue but with higher power rating.
The Texas Heat 12" driver has a power rating of up to 150W RMS, 300W peak and a 38 oz. magnet. Nice warm, fat...
You love your amp and you use it all the time so you want to keep it sounding great. With a simple replacement of an amp speaker, you can customize and transform your well-loved amp into peak form. This kind of tweak can easily make your guitar tone sound even more brilliant. When you’re looking at picking up a replacement speaker you will first have to consider voltage. The power of your speaker has to match the wattage of your amplifier. 60W speaker and a 60W amp will pair perfectly for instance. Impedance is the other consideration. If your amp has a rating of 4 ohms, you cannot pair it with a speaker that has a rating of any less than that. Keeping this in mind will ensure your install is a success. More importantly than that though, is finding a tone you love. Once you’re ready to truly customize the way you project your sound, finding an enhanced speaker for your amp is a great way to truly create an original tone. If you’re after a more vintage tone, options like the Celestion G12M-65 features a custom ceramic magnet that projects a warm bluesy vibe while the Jensen MOD15-120 touts having a heavier feel. If you’re serious about creating a certain sound, there is a speaker that can make that happen. If you’re replacing cabinet speakers you can easily find a selection that includes all four in one. Options like the Celestion Blues/Rock or Metal/Hard Rock combos include four by twelve speakers that are created to echo what you play in perfect harmony. Even if you don’t have a large cabinet, speaker sets a great way to stock up or install into your collection of amps. Picking up a replacement speaker is an easy way to alter your guitar’s tone without ever touching the guitar itself. Finding one that will give you the sound you want will encourage more performances to get you practicing even more than you already do.