#1
OK so I'd like something versatile, doesn't have to be loud, I just need a practice amp that will sound decent at low volumes (dorm use.) Speaker suggestions?
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#4
^no.

eminence. they are cheaper and good.

if u had a tube combo, then ud consider a hundred dollar speaker.

with a cheap practice amp, u find a matching ohm'd B stock, cheap eminence, with the characteristics u prefer.
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#5
I currently have one of those amps... and I am getting rid of it this week (can't wait). Why not just change amps? Apparently you can get some pretty good options for the price of a good speaker and not to mention the time and effort in installing one...
#6
takes about 10 mins and costs about $40.
Jenneh

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#7
oh... my mistake then. the speakers i'm looking at must be overpriced!
#9
Jensen is probably better for American Voicing. for British, Celestion. Eminence i'd say is in the middle, but more American side. Weber makes wide range of speakers.
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