|01-19-2013, 11:19 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2012
Trade WTT WTF 12" Speakers: Vintage JBL, Eminence, CTS, etc. TN
Somehow, for very little money, I'd like to get a couple of Eminence Mavericks, the adjustable-sensitivity speakers. I'd go buy some but work is sooo slow; I'm tapped.
But, I have speakers to trade and will give or take some cash to even things out:
12", 8 ohms, 200 watts, 102 db, 60-7000 hz
It's the Rolls-Royce of guitar speakers. No bass mud, crisp, clear and with depth all the way through the frequency range. No metal dustcaps; it came with paper so the treble end is just right. It's flawless. It cost me $275 new in the mid-eighties and it's only been a few times that I used it at any volume, just household use mainly. I have two and only need the one. If I wasn't so poor right now, I'd keep it. They are next to impossible to find in this condition.
12", 75 watt, 8 ohm, made 1991
It's a pretty efficient one; it's a loud one. It's not mushy sounding at all, anywhere. Tight, strong bass. No flab. Clear, too. The highs ring. Perfect condition.
12", 75 watt,* 8 ohm, , made 1975 or so
A fairly inefficient speaker, sounds and works great. Aside from dust, it's in almost-new condition. It was in a 1976 Univox solid state 17 watt combo that was hardly touched. I know this speaker's had an easy life because that amp couldn't beat this speaker up if it tried.
* I said 75 watts because someone on a forum looked up some numbers and told me so. It seems to be, though, judging from the magnet size. They're pretty big.
12", 16 ohm, made 1979, with the big square magnets
They work perfectly. They sound perfect for blues & rock and roll, thick, fat, & woody. You know what I mean. No mid-scoop-age, I guess. Perfect for a 2x12.
If interested, please PM me with your phone number. I'll be notified and you'll get a timely reply. Thanks.
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