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Celestion Seventy 80
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Celestion Seventy 80

Guitar speaker from Celestion belonging to the Originals series.

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«  Not terrible »

Published on 11/14/13 at 14:55
I have 16ohms version taken in my Ampeg combo 50W (gvt50112).
It is rather effective hp (louder than my single cab kustom kg212 ...), and no lack of treble, they are pretty spicy!
Mediums are cold and synthetic, really ugly, and back in the overall picture (V actually).
The bass is well defined and flatulent everything they can as soon as you mount the volume (bad cat 15w, Ampeg, Roland BluesCUBE, bugera 1990) therefore be used eventually.

So what is the hp, I would see the limit on a line6 spider-peavey bandit or that sort of thing rather than a normal guitar amp, though a broadband is preferable to model ...
It sounds pretty cool actually, it's probably better than the original hp inexpensive amps, 80w and it leaves room.

There wanting to buy one, probably not seen the incredible offers currently available in cool prizes (100 roros), there is much more to do.

Well, I do not like Celestion agree but frankly this one is not terrible at all.
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