#1
Taking advantage of Guitar Center's memorial day sale, I decided to buy the 1x12 Fender Hot Rod Deluxe extension cab. I'm not sure about the speaker.

Here are the specs:
Ohms: 8 ohms
Speakers: 1-12" Celestion G12P80, 8 ohm Speaker, (P/N 0054420000)
Features: Closed Back, Removable Glide Cups for Stacking
Covering: Black Textured Vinyl with Silver Grille Cloth
Power Handling: 80 watts

I don't know if I want the celestion, because I always here of people changing stock celestions out. My Hot Rod has a Jensen Neo in it, which had made it sound amazing (besides the other internal EQing differences I made. ), but I'm not sure if there is another speaker that will complement my Jensen, or If I should get another Jensen Neo (they aren't that cheap).

As for connecting the speaker, it is to my understanding that all you need to do is clip the wire clips onto the new speaker, the same wires going to plus and minus? No soldering? I looked at videos on how to change speakers, and a 1x12 looked especially simple. Thanks.
Guitars:
Gibson SG Standard with Bigsby
Gibson Custom ES-137
Gibson Custom 54' Les Paul VOS Goldtop
Gretsch G6129T Silver Jet
1968 Harmony Rocket H75


Amps:
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe (modded)
1970 Fender Twin Reverb (blackfaced)

#2
*bump for help
Guitars:
Gibson SG Standard with Bigsby
Gibson Custom ES-137
Gibson Custom 54' Les Paul VOS Goldtop
Gretsch G6129T Silver Jet
1968 Harmony Rocket H75


Amps:
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe (modded)
1970 Fender Twin Reverb (blackfaced)

#3
*bump... I don't want a new thread. Basically, I want another speaker for tight bass response. Maybe Jensen Jet Neo, or just another regular Neo (i like those new magnets)
Guitars:
Gibson SG Standard with Bigsby
Gibson Custom ES-137
Gibson Custom 54' Les Paul VOS Goldtop
Gretsch G6129T Silver Jet
1968 Harmony Rocket H75


Amps:
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe (modded)
1970 Fender Twin Reverb (blackfaced)