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I'm thinking a Speaker Upgrade for my B-52 AT112. The amp is a 60 watt open back combo. I'm wanting a tight compressed rythym tone for metal. I Eq my amp and EQ to a slight scooped Metal sound. I know I'm getting a Celestion so do I go with the Vintage 30 or a G12T-75?
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Quote by Titans36
I'm thinking a Speaker Upgrade for my B-52 AT112. The amp is a 60 watt open back combo. I'm wanting a tight compressed rythym tone for metal. I Eq my amp and EQ to a slight scooped Metal sound. I know I'm getting a Celestion so do I go with the Vintage 30 or a G12T-75?

That tight compressed rhythm tone is more gain structure than speaker really
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That tight compressed rhythm tone is more gain structure than speaker really


Seems like everytime I make a thread nobody can give me a straight answer. Im looking for a speaker to compliment my tone.
#5
What will work best in a 60 watt closed back combo for a slight scooped Metal rythym tone.
#6
I guess I'll just go with the Celestion G12T-75. I have heard the V30 is kinda harsh.
#7
You could look into a WGS Veteran 30 if you want a Vintage 30, but no ice pick.
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Stay away from vintage 30s and veteran 30s in an open back amplifier. I do recommend you get the warehouse version of the G12T-75. It's got nicer high end.
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