#1
How exactly do you tell if you broke your speakers in? I hear your amp will sound alot better after it broke in. How long does it usually take? Cheers.
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#2
i have never heard of someone "breaking in" their speakers, because they should already be tested and inspected, but find someone who has the same cab model as you or combo or whatever and ask them.
#3
Took my Mesa cab a few days. What I did was start off kinda quiet, then gradually started to add some volume over the next few days.

And yeah, theyre already inspected and whatnot at the factory but thats only for a few seconds for each speaker...so...
#4
start by just letting the the hum through the speaker. Set your EQ to be really bassy and play full open chords at low volumes while progressively getting louder as well as doing a lot of heavy string muting. You basically just want to "move" the speaker. You don't "need" to do this but it helps. Also speakers, as with guitars, sound better over time

www.celestion.com has some tips too
Last edited by Gutch220 at Feb 12, 2007,
#5
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