Guys....I Love my Vox Valvetronix head and I normally run it through it's matching Vox AD 2X12 cab...This cab has the Neo-Dog "Neodyium" Celestion speakers in a closed back cab...
These speakers project very well,but I'm starting to feel like they lack the lows and they are a bit too crisp overall...The speakers are tight,crisp,and a bit thin in the lows with my single coil guitars.."MAX INPUT: 80W x 2 (L/R) stereo / 160 x 1 mono
INPUT IMPEDANCE: 8 ohm (L/R) stereo / 16 ohm mono / 4 ohm mono
SPEAKERS: VOX Original Neodog Speaker (made by Celestion), 12" 8 ohm x 2
ENCLOSURE: Closed back
DIMENSIONS: 701(W) X 271(D) X 501(H)mm / 27.6"(W) X 10.7"(D) x 19.7"(H)
When I Plug this head into my Marshall V30 4x12 slant cab,I'm in heaven,but I can't always carry a 4x12 around and I prefer the 2x12 for our gigs....
I want another set of 8 ohm 2x12s to try in this Vox cab and before I buy a set of Celestion V30s,I'm wondering if there might be another or better choice? I Like the tightness and projection,but I also need warmer,less peaky highs,and strong lows from my speakers...The G12H-30s intrique me,but they are only 30 watt rated speakers and my head is 60 watts per side....I've also been confused with all of the Emminence speakers available for my needs?Other speakers I'm reading about would be the 60 watt Hellatones on the Avatar sight and the Weber ceramics....Way too many choices and I'm overwhelmed with it!
I love V30s but maybe I'd like something that is a bit less harsh in the highs? I could take 2 of my V30s out of my Marshall cab and try them,but I don't want to hack into my un-touched 4x12 cab...
The cab is closed back and I think I'm looking for a clean,warm,BF Fender speaker tone vs a British Marshall midrange tone that cuts well but isn't shrill in the highs....Follow me?
Any ideas guys?