Pro Jr speaker
- Subject: Pro Jr speaker
- From: Dina Janzen and Jim Rossen <dlj@xxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 19:11:02 -0500
Might try a Weber VST C10N with H dust cap. I run two of these in a 5F6A
Bassman circuit combo. A pair of Weber P10Rs sit in boxes. To my ear the
C10N has a warm horn-y tone with high end rolloff that is nice for harp and
modest breakup. Sounds more full then an alnico and without the raspy
> Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2003 16:10:04 +1200
> From: "Knapton" <sunday@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Fender Pro Junior
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> I'm new to harp-l...and looking forward to the journey.
> I've mostly played with a very warm and clean tone (Fender PA100, =
> Electrovoice 100S speakers, AKG D321 mic and Boss analog delay).
> The current band line up requires a fat overdriven horn tone.=20
> I have a Fender Pro Junior 15watt, with 10" speaker, for the task. Mic =
> is a Shure 520 SLB (green bullet), The valves are all standard. The =
> speaker is dead and need replacing.
> Q1. Any ideas on replacement speakers? Is it better to have a speaker =
> with early 'break-up'? Or one that is cleaner with more headroom, and =
> let the valve saturation alone creat the tone?
> Q2. Any suggestions on valve combinations would be appreciated.
> Many thanks
> Pete Knapton =20
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