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Electro-Harmonix 12TS
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Lonewolf Lonewolf
Publié le 10/21/06 à 06:12
Too mconnus Electro Harmonix 12TS, made by Eminence, they are physically close to the trs Tonkerlite (of Eminence of course), and display very similar specs.

These are HP trs light (approx 2kg, such as Celestion Century), with a small magnet, but they offer a sound trs trs good with a hollow in the mids, a beautiful place in low and treble / high meds trs brilliant, allows a clear view of crystal clear saturation and extremely clean, they pierce aisment in the mix. mounted in a 2x12 combo or I'll see more in the set of a soloist, in a 4x12, with plumes that are Plott V30 mates and comfortable in the low meds, they will leave a trs are balanced and complement each other perfectly.

Plutt destine for Fender, Mesa, and other Europen dj amps Rican than bright enough in nature and may find themselves a little too aggressive (this is for me a spare me, my dj Screamer with enough natural medium).

To test for those seeking power and brilance
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