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Guitar speaker from Celestion belonging to the Originals series

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  • phillouphillou

    honorable

    Celestion Rocket 50Published on 08/06/14 at 04:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I started using these HP 98 (they were sold under the appellation G12-E50 is at least what I've read right and left) ...

    I had at the time compared with what I had on hand (JBL D120F). And I much preferred the Celestion. Matter of taste. He was bcp "granular" as JBL, which was intended for him to return clear sounds. It is obvious that they do not play the same court ds ...

    This, as I see many people who claim that it is the "sea .. e", because manufactured in china, magnet ridiculous size, etc ...
    Well, precisely, I found him these qualities (especially qd we know that 95% of the models come Celestion china) ... In fact, its small magnet gives a lightness that allows use in cabs wi…
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    I started using these HP 98 (they were sold under the appellation G12-E50 is at least what I've read right and left) ...

    I had at the time compared with what I had on hand (JBL D120F). And I much preferred the Celestion. Matter of taste. He was bcp "granular" as JBL, which was intended for him to return clear sounds. It is obvious that they do not play the same court ds ...

    This, as I see many people who claim that it is the "sea .. e", because manufactured in china, magnet ridiculous size, etc ...
    Well, precisely, I found him these qualities (especially qd we know that 95% of the models come Celestion china) ... In fact, its small magnet gives a lightness that allows use in cabs without too be penalized by weight. Similarly, in a combo 1 * 12, it's nice not to dismantle a shoulder each time you raise ...
    The sound now: ben, it typically "Celestion"! Although it is not at the height of a "greenback", or "bluedog" it does its job ...
    In conclusion, given the price, we can say that the report is clearly favorable to him
    It is a choice I would do without hesitation, at least for an amp / cab that must be carted often ...
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