#1
What does the horn do in an amp?

thanks!
w/o bass n drums, there wouldn't really be rock music.

Schecter is pronounced 'Shek-ter', right? I don't want to walk in and say, "Hey, can I try out that Sketcher?" and have the helper reply with "Wtf, we don't sell shoes!"
#2
I produces the the trebly part of your tone.
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#3
yup. it only reproduces the really high frequencies that speakers often have trouble with.
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#4
Some amps use tweeters instead of horns, as in an ampeg BA115, for example.
I have:
Acoustic B200H+B115 cab, Schecter Stiletto Custom 4, Rondo Fretless, Boss EQ-7.

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#5
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Some amps use tweeters instead of horns, as in an ampeg BA115, for example.


Those are the same things.
#6
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Those are the same things.


Well, not technically.

As far as I know, a horn is an attachment that can be added to a tweeter, making a horn tweeter. Horns don't actually amplify anything- it couples the tweeter diaphragm to the air more efficiently.
#7
ok this helps.. turn it on to get the higher sounds out of my bass
w/o bass n drums, there wouldn't really be rock music.

Schecter is pronounced 'Shek-ter', right? I don't want to walk in and say, "Hey, can I try out that Sketcher?" and have the helper reply with "Wtf, we don't sell shoes!"