#1
So i was playing and then i realized that i never asked how good the speaker was in my amp.

Its a Red coat The governor.

Any opinions?

edit: Well i love it but i dont know a **** load about speakers so ;p

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#2
Well, that's not a speaker with a very well known name. It's not like Celestions, which are pretty much legendary accordin to some. So, take that with a grain of salt.
#3
Yeah, it is a legendary speaker. Red Coat line made by eminence. It's probably pretty good, definitely better than most stock speakers. I don't know if it's voiced to your playing style. It's for a British tone (Red coat).

Depending on what kind of music you play it may/may not be the best, but it's a quality speaker

edit: check out the eminence website, they have tons of info on it.

Check this out for a description
http://www.eminence.com/pdf/tone_guide.pdf
Last edited by pak1351 at Jun 9, 2008,
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Quote by pak1351
Yeah, it is a legendary speaker. Red Coat line made by eminence. It's probably pretty good, definitely better than most stock speakers. I don't know if it's voiced to your playing style. It's for a British tone (Red coat).

Depending on what kind of music you play it may/may not be the best, but it's a quality speaker

edit: check out the eminence website, they have tons of info on it.

Check this out for a description
http://www.eminence.com/pdf/tone_guide.pdf

Yup its very british sounding.

O well thats nice to know that i buyed a nice amp whit a nice speaker


thanks guys.
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Quote by pak1351
Yeah, it is a legendary speaker. Red Coat line made by eminence. It's probably pretty good, definitely better than most stock speakers. I don't know if it's voiced to your playing style. It's for a British tone (Red coat).

Depending on what kind of music you play it may/may not be the best, but it's a quality speaker

edit: check out the eminence website, they have tons of info on it.

Check this out for a description
http://www.eminence.com/pdf/tone_guide.pdf


agreed. i haven't tried the governor, but eminence make nice speakers.
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i haven't tried the governor, but eminence make nice speakers.


Very nice, IMHO.

The Governor is supposed to be Eminence's take on the Celestion V30, so it probably wouldn't be my first choice. But the brand is excellent. I have a Red Fang that I swear by.
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