Speakers & Components
Speakers. The last opportunity to modify your tone. Unlike hi-fi speakers which attempt to create sounds that are true to the musical source fed them, guitar speakers impart their own tone. Your amp/cabinet pretty much determines three things about what speaker to select; speaker size, impedance and power rating. (See our tech corner article on Speaker Impedance, Power Handling and Wiring). But the tone is up to you! Speaker replacement is probably the easiest mod you can perform.
Red CoatThe Redcoat series captures some of the most well-known amp tones ever recorded and revered for decades. Ranging from tight and bright to growling grit, thereâ€™s a Redcoat model thatâ€™ll bring classic sounds alive for todayâ€™s players.
EminenceAn American manufacturer of guitar speakers, bass speakers, and PA loudspeakers since 1966.
Speaker - Eminence® Redcoat, 12", CV-75, 75W, 8 Ω
British lead/rhythm guitar 12" speaker. The epitome of British tone with a complete tonal balance, grunt and punch in the lows, warm/tailored mids, and nice, clear, open/airy highs.
Speaker - Eminence® Redcoat, 10", Ramrod, 75W, 8Ω
Lead/rhythm guitar 10" British speaker. Very loud, gutsy, and meaty tone with singing highs and nice, clear overtones
Speaker - Eminence® Redcoat, 12", The Governor, 75W
Lead/rhythm guitar 12" British speaker. Classic British tone. Thick and raunchy with lots of mids.
Speaker - Eminence® Redcoat, 12", The Wizard, 75W, 8 Ω
Lead/rhythm guitar 12" British speakers. Very articulate, but with a hint of grit. Nice sustain and exceptionally good tight bottom. Cross between Private Jack and The Governor
Speaker - Eminence® Redcoat, 12", Private Jack, 50W, 8 Ω
Lead/rhythm guitar 12" speaker. Thick and smooth, with lots of mids and extended highs. Very well balanced speaker. Classic British flavor