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Speaker - Jensen® Vintage, 10", Alnico P10R, 25W, for Fender®

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SKU: P-A-P10R-FEN-8
Item ID: 010746
Price: $128.70
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Overall Diameter 10"
Impedance 8 ohm
Rated Power 25 watts
Magnet AlNiCo
Overall Weight 3.09 lbs
Voice Coil Diameter 1"
Magnet Weight 7 oz
Lows Loose
Mids Subdued
Highs Subtle
Overdrive Feel Crunchy

The P10R-F was designed by the Jensen factory in cooperation with Fender® for the reissue of the Fender '57 Bandmaster® and the 20th Anniversary Vibro King®. The goal was to design a P10R speaker with a more broken-in, worn sound straight out of the box. The P10R-F has a smooth, round top end and a full-bodied low end response, it distorts at lower levels; and still maintains the vintage classic tonalities of the legendary P10R. Guitarist Description: Warm, mellow tone with less bite and brightness than the standard P10R. In overdrive, this one eases into a creamy distortion. For more information about our Jensen® speakers, see our tech corner article on Jensen Speakers.

UPC/EAN: 609722167208

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Great speaker. I put it in a 68 Custom Princeton Reverb that breaks up on it's own pretty early. I wasn't sure if it was the right for the amp at first but after two weeks of playing it sounds a lot better. So it does need time to break in. This speaker is good for a smooth 50s-60s tone for playing and recording at home when you want early break-up. Probably not ideal for a band if it's your only speaker unless you're doing really raunchy blues. Not sure how much different this is than the regular p10r but it looks cooler.

Chad Jenkins - July 21st, 2015

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