Titans36
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Ive searched and Ive found nothing much about these. I have a pair of them in my Ampeg. I was wondering if anyone has any info on the Celestions? Looking for frequency response and voicing info.

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theoreticmusic
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#2
speaker thread should help, yo.
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for a couple months in order to pimp my ride.


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Johnbryant
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#3
They are the same as the G12k-100, I had the same problem, emailed Celestion and thats what they told me. They are great sounding speakers, sound like a cross between a g12-60 and a vintage 30 with a huge lowend.
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zakkwyldefan79
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#4
I've got one that came out of a 80's model Crate G80XL. I've been told it's a lower wattage version of the G12K-100. The old Crate amp died so I'm using it in my Vypyr 30 now. It's a great speaker for Metal and Hard Rock.
Johnbryant
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#5
^No its not a lower wattage version, its the exact same speaker, acroding to Celestion after futher testing they concluded that the G12k-85 could handle 15 more watts of power so they changed the specs to 100w and the name to a G12k-100.
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Titans36
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#6
I love the speakers they sound really good. I was just wondering about them. If my amp ever goes out I'll be able to have some nice speakers for other amps or juat make a cab.