Everything is in that cone

DrBGood

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The more I search, the more I realize that 90% of the tone I like is in ... the cab. I have a 2X10" that I love. Whether I'm plugin in it my Super Champ XD, my new Bassbreaker or my Egnater Rebel, I'm always able to dial in my tone. Whether I switch from my LP with $500 PAFs to my SG, my PRS, my LP Jr or my LP Special with P90, my tone is there.

Damned friggin gear

A few months ago I had two of these identical cabs, same speakers. I sold two of the 10" that I love because I thought I would find different/better elsewhere. They say you learn from your mistakes.

I won't tell you what my fetish speakers are, because the next ones that come around, I'll pick up before you and then I'll have two 10" to sell.
 

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I used to prefer a certain Celestion but they’re all 45yr old paper now.
 

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The more I search, the more I realize that 90% of the tone I like is in ... the cab.

Absolutely. When dealing strictly with an amp/cab, changing speakers - the part you actually hear - has made more of a difference in actual tone than any other change in my amps.

I’ve made some actual circuit changes which have been noticeable, though.
 


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