#1
Okay, I have two Celestion Seventy 80s that I need to pair with two more speakers. I play metal, very loud metal, through my Randall RH150G3 head.

I want something with big bass, aggressive mids, and tame-but-not-weak treble. Must be 8 ohm speakers which can handle at least 75-80 watts each. Not looking to spend more than 120 bucks per.

I was thinking Celestion G12T-75 http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Celestion-G12T75-12-Speaker?sku=660222

Or Eminence Man O War http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Eminence-Man-O-War-12-Guitar-Speaker?sku=660068

And how should I mount them? X pattern, or two on top, two on bottom, or side by side?
#2
Eminence Texas Heat
Guitarsenal:
Genz Benz El Diablo 60
Avatar cab with Man O War, Black Powder speakers
Schecter 20th Aniv. Stealth #07 out of 100
#3
Quote by Drewski09
Eminence Texas Heat

Texas Heats arent suited that well for Metal

Id suggest a Vintage 30/Veteran 30 (Clone from Warehousespeakers.com). Check out my profile for a clip of it in my ValveKing
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#4
lol, yeah because krank's Krankenstein cabs don't make a metal sound at all since they are loaded out with them...Oh wait-
Guitarsenal:
Genz Benz El Diablo 60
Avatar cab with Man O War, Black Powder speakers
Schecter 20th Aniv. Stealth #07 out of 100
#6
Personally I'd look into the Eminence Legend V12. Personally it's my favorite for any type of harder/distorted music as it's very well balanced, but doesn't reproduce high frequencies in the same range as most other guitar speakers, it starts losing it's highs at a lower frequency (I think 4.5kHz versus the more common 6 or 6.5kHz) which equates to the lows and mids being crisper and fuller with highs that are still perfectly usable. They can handle 120 watts each (I think) and I believe they come in an 8 ohm version.
ESP LTD EC-256 and a Fender Deluxe VM