Re: Who is correct? Bassman speakers

I'm not so sure this answers the question in my mind.  If your real '59 
Bassman has Jensen P10R speakers and that is what the Victoria has and Fender 
puts the Celestion Vintage 30 in the custom shop '59 Bassman, why is that 
people are saying the Jensen P10R reissues are some of the worst speakers on 
the market and why is it that Fender is putting the Celestion Vintage 30 in 
the custom '59?  Again, the real question is not duplication of equipment, 
but tone.  Who has the closest duplication of tone that you can get from a 
speaker: Fender or Victoria?  Why didn't Fender go back to the original 
speaker (P10R) themselves?  They kept to the other specifications of the amp.
Best regards,

In a message dated 1/12/03 1:19:08 AM Central Standard Time, 
bbqbob917@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:

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>> Sent: Saturday, January 11, 2003 9:32 PM
>> Subject: Who is correct? Bassman speakers
>> Okay, you get Celestion Vintage 30 speakers on a '59 Fender Custom shop 
>> Bassman and Jensen P10R on the Victoria '59 Fender Bassman remake.  What 
>> is the closest thing to the original Bassman speaker in terms of tone? 
>> Boogie 
>> As an owner of a REAL '59 Bassman, the original speakers were Jensen 
>> P10R's, which have recently been reissued, but the alternative would be an 
>> Eminence, or Mojotone MP10R.
>> Sincerely,
>> Barbeque Bob Maglinte
>> Boston, MA

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