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Guitar speaker de la marque Eminence appartenant à la série Patriot

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  • Phil7292Phil7292

    Punchy but a little aggressive in acute

    Eminence Red White and BluesPublished on 08/19/12 at 11:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The strong point is striking or slamming the side of the lower medium
    The AIHUS sometimes aggressive clean.
    I have therefore installed in combination with a EVM12L
  • Mikka GrytvikenMikka Grytviken

    The US's southern sauce Yum!

    Eminence Red White and BluesPublished on 12/28/11 at 06:45
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    I just bought this HP and I use it now for three weeks. I have a collection of HP including Celestion and Eminence Red Coat who wonders in tube amps oriented british type 18W push-pull of EL84 in the example of my Crazy Horse. But to my mind Fender Blackface amps in push-pull 6V6 or 6L6, it does not stick too much to put my mind hos perhaps Tonespotter Eminence or the Tonke and the G12-65 Celestion home that s 'combine quite well to this type of amp. However I was looking for an HP that will allow me to direct the grain of these amps rather to Texas Blues, Funk, Country and Jazz in the spirit from SRV to Albert Lee through Benson and Niel Rodger with a stratum, a tele and a half box. This i…
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    I just bought this HP and I use it now for three weeks. I have a collection of HP including Celestion and Eminence Red Coat who wonders in tube amps oriented british type 18W push-pull of EL84 in the example of my Crazy Horse. But to my mind Fender Blackface amps in push-pull 6V6 or 6L6, it does not stick too much to put my mind hos perhaps Tonespotter Eminence or the Tonke and the G12-65 Celestion home that s 'combine quite well to this type of amp. However I was looking for an HP that will allow me to direct the grain of these amps rather to Texas Blues, Funk, Country and Jazz in the spirit from SRV to Albert Lee through Benson and Niel Rodger with a stratum, a tele and a half box. This is what allows me the Red White and Blues. I held her tight and bass that give precision to the lowest notes, its media and live croutillants that give a warm side and the wooded and treble and soft singing without damaging the ear. With single coils it snaps without being aggressive and with double round it without being dull with a stake in the attack that works wonders. In short, yes I would do this choice and I recommend it to those looking to enhance the grain typically US sixties / seventies their (s) amp (s).
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