#1
I have a 90's 4x12 Randall Cab and I really hate the speakers. Whats the best speaker upgrade I could do on this cab for under 300?

I'm very much into vintage cleans and tight crisp sounds.
Last edited by Funk Monk at Jul 23, 2010,
#2
What do you hate about the speakers? Too trebly, too hot?

I think you could find a decent cab used for $300 that would be more suited to your ears.
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#3
Quote by sammo_boi
What do you hate about the speakers? Too trebly, too hot?

I think you could find a decent cab used for $300 that would be more suited to your ears.


Way too hot and treble-ish.

I can get the tone I want from it to get by the day, but I really would like something that just sounds tighter with clarity like a blank canvas.
Last edited by Funk Monk at Jul 23, 2010,
#4
You could buy a new Avatar Cab with V30's or a used Marshall 1960A for that price and flip the one you have now
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#5
Quote by sammo_boi
You could buy a new Avatar Cab with V30's or a used Marshall 1960A for that price and flip the one you have now


Good Idea Man, Great Idea.


How does the that Avatar with V30's stack up to a Marshall 1960A cab?
#6
I found one loaded with Vintage 30's for an awesome price. I haven't really had much experience with these speakers, will they be too hot? I mean if it's punchy cleans then i'm all for it.
#7
Well I'm no expert on speakers but Vintage 30's are known for punchy middy cleans. They also have a very tight and heavy low end. From memory I think they are hot but not over the top hot, so they should be a lot better. You should probably try before you buy.
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