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> Eminence Speakers, GB12 or V12
Power_Arctica
post Dec 30 2008, 03:00 PM
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Hi people!
I want to change speakers and want to try the Eminence... cause i heard they are great speakers...
Someone try them?? Im in doubt between the GB12 and the V12, both are 12" , 8 ohms and 120w.
I play heavy music, and want powerful rhytms.. my actual speakers dont have good basses...

Well, thanks for your replies!


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vikingraider1
post Jan 3 2009, 08:56 PM
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If its powerful rhythm you want then you should really go for the CELESTION G12K-100. I was on the verge of selling my Peavey 5150 combo until someone put me onto these. Now I have the ultimate guitar tone. I know Eminence are good but these celestions really are the ultimate heavy speakers. Their description is pretty accurate too:

The G12K-100 is Celestion’s premium 100-Watt driver and it’s a beast! Featuring the heaviest G12 magnet currently in use, it combines substantial power handling with exceptional sensitivity, detail and clarity.
Frequency response is awesome: the K-100 has, without doubt, the biggest bottom end of any G12. The undisputed king of metal, down-tuners in particular will love this speaker’s aggressive grind.


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