#1
Im wanting to swap out the sheffield speaker in my Triple XXX combo, but im not sure what to replace it with. I was thinking Vintage 30, would this be a good option? Or is there a better alternative?
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#2
v30 would do the trick
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#3
Quote by Serjem
v30 would do the trick


sweet man, anyone else wanna contribute?
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#4
What do you think the XXX is lacking first of all? What do you want the speaker change to do to your tone?
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#5
Quote by Yngwi3
What do you think the XXX is lacking first of all? What do you want the speaker change to do to your tone?


well ive found that when I crank the amp a little the tone starts to sound not as good, ive tried tweaking the settings but it doesnt sound as good as when its set at a lower volume. Ive also noticed that when I sit right next to the speaker on the floor it has the same sort of sound, the bass is buzzy and the highs are horrid. So i basically want a speaker that sounds good all the time, one that doesnt fart out when i give it a bit of volume and provides a good modern metal tone.
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#6
Anyone?
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#8
Quote by Horlicks
V30 or G12H, V30 would be more suitable if you scoop your mids


awesome, thanks man, V30 it is
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#9
I would look into a veteran 30... its a cheap vintage 30 copy thats like a fraction of the price

http://warehousespeakers.com/proddetail.php?prod=veteran30_12

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#10
If you want to make the amp less trebley, look into the Eminence Governor, it's their copy of a V30 but it has less top-end
#11
Quote by guitarded88
I would look into a veteran 30... its a cheap vintage 30 copy thats like a fraction of the price

http://warehousespeakers.com/proddetail.php?prod=veteran30_12

People say good things!


Ive just done a search but I cant seem to find any UK website which stock these speakers, shame since every person who's tried them says they're better than vintage 30's.

Quote by Horlicks
If you want to make the amp less trebley, look into the Eminence Governor, it's their copy of a V30 but it has less top-end


I read reviews on them and someone said that they only sound great in a 212 or 412 cabs, on their own they sound crap
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#12
Quote by Horlicks
If you want to make the amp less trebley, look into the Eminence Governor, it's their copy of a V30 but it has less top-end


Over at the Eminence website, I like the clips of the Swamp Thang the best. I recommend listening to the clips and picking your own favorite.