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I have a 2x12 w/ a v30 in it and was considering either of these. Which mixes better with the v30? and also does the power level matter? I have a 90w head and the h30 would just make the cab 90w.
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Quote by CapnPuff
I have a 2x12 w/ a v30 in it and was considering either of these. Which mixes better with the v30? and also does the power level matter? I have a 90w head and the h30 would just make the cab 90w.


i 2x12 with a G12H-30 and a V30 would be rated for 60 watts power handling, not 90. the power for the speakers is split evenly (unless you start doing impedance mismatches and other types of voodoo).

a 2x12 with a V30 and G12K-100 will rated for 120 watts.

the G12H-30 will break up much sooner than you V30, it'll have a certain low end response that some describe as 'muddy' and some describe as 'syrupy'. personally, i wasn't really impressed by the speaker and prefer a G12M-25 over it's G12H-30 counterpart. the G12H-30 does have a pretty organic response with a musical feedback. it should actually be a pretty good match with the V30, especially with some [non-metal] rock tones.

the K-100 is speaker with a much tighter bass response (can actually be used as a bass speaker) with a sound that some describe as 'tight' and other describe as 'sterile'. i used these speakers for a number of years when i was into harder music, it handles low end and massive amounts of distortion well while also delivering a great foundation for effected cleans tones or even amp modeling. the speaker is great for slack tunings or 7 string/baritone guitars (in fact you'll be hard pressed to find another speaker that can handle that low end so well). the speaker is not overly responsive and feedback can sound a bit shrill and tinny. a V30 with a G12K-100 is actually a popular mix, especially with the players of heavier music.
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