#1
Does anyone owns Neo Creamback and can tell me about the features? How does it sound compared to G12H-75 or vintage 30? I prefer to play Heavy/thrash metal and thinking about getting one of these. 
#2
I haven't tried any of the creambacks (far as I'm aware they have a very good rep, including the neo one, though), but what type of heavy/thrash metal, and what amp? If they're anything like the lower-wattage speakers they're based on they might be a little vintage-sounding for what you want (though you may well love them, depending on the exact tone you want and personal preference).
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#3
DSL40c. My biggest influences is Metallica, Black Sabbath, 80's thrash movement, NWOBHM and recently i'm obsessed with mastodon. This is the bands that influence my playing style the most.
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Can't speak for the NEO. I do however have a G12H-75 and a V30 in a 212 cab. I play mostly 80s - early 90s Thrash and Hair metal. They compliment each other very well.

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DSL40c. My biggest influences is Metallica, Black Sabbath, 80's thrash movement, NWOBHM and recently i'm obsessed with mastodon. This is the bands that influence my playing style the most.


Ok, thanks. I'm not that well up on mastodon, but (big caveat here!) if it sounds like the non-creamback version, the G12H-75 creamback may well get modern enough for most of those tones. Of course, the neo version may well do it as well. I'm not sure I'd want to use a V30 along for a lot of those tones- it'd be fine combined with something else, but may be too middy, compressed and modern-sounding on its own.
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I'll have to put the Classic T models on my to-try list. Shame the finish options there are Anachronism Gold, Nuclear Waste and Aged Clown, because in principle the plaintop is right up my alley.

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