#2
If you like a Celestion G12-T75, you'll like the Man O War. It has that characteristic mid scoop with tight, pronounced bass and a healthy treble response.

If you want a speaker with more prominent mids in the 800Hz to 2kHz range, the Man O War may not be the right choice. I like them personally, and think they do well paired with other speakers that have complimentary frequency responses.
#3
wait is the manowar tight in the bass? the g12t75 is pretty loose in the bass, I think.
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#4
Quote by Dave_Mc
wait is the manowar tight in the bass? the g12t75 is pretty loose in the bass, I think.


Oh yeah, the MOW has a tight low end.
#5
Man O War has a brighter, more articulate tone with nice crunch.
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#6
^ sounds good FWIW I think it can be fizzy (craig will confirm), but other than that it actually sounds pretty good for what you want. I just didn't think of it when i was recommending speakers in your other thread.

Quote by CECamps
Oh yeah, the MOW has a tight low end.


ah so it's kind of an improved g12t75 then?

fwiw i don't actually dislike the g12t75, for certain things it's pretty nice (80s metal, say). and as you said, combined with something that complements it (v30) it's pretty nice.
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