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Guitar speaker from Eminence belonging to the Redcoat series.

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  • Excellent.

    Eminence The GovernorPublished on 10/13/13 at 04:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The Governor is part of the Red Coat series, ie the sound reproduction "English".
    On the performance of 102dB, efficiency and sound pressure at the rendezvous.
    The Governor is perfectly clear sound, provides an excellent articulation of notes and a nice balance of frequencies. Soft mediums, farms and slender bass and well defined treble give a return of high level.
    Saturation, these qualities remain and are all the more difference: no acidity humbucking bridge, no muddy neck pickup character, on the contrary, the speaker never departed from its definition, its distinction.
    This cabinet proves an ideal companion to a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe as it completes the Eminence combo.
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    The Governor is part of the Red Coat series, ie the sound reproduction "English".
    On the performance of 102dB, efficiency and sound pressure at the rendezvous.
    The Governor is perfectly clear sound, provides an excellent articulation of notes and a nice balance of frequencies. Soft mediums, farms and slender bass and well defined treble give a return of high level.
    Saturation, these qualities remain and are all the more difference: no acidity humbucking bridge, no muddy neck pickup character, on the contrary, the speaker never departed from its definition, its distinction.
    This cabinet proves an ideal companion to a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe as it completes the Eminence combo.
    Marshall head with a Class 5, it is the pair by eliminating the somewhat dark character in the clear. Coupled with another cabinet equipped with an HP Palmer Eminence Man O War, a fantastic duo are obtained for all sounds, all types of guitar pickups.
    A great product.
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  • Excellent

    Eminence The GovernorPublished on 12/23/12 at 12:58
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    HP Wizard mixture and used in a 212 Governor closed Framus CS212, replacing Celestion Vintage 30. (8 Ohms each> total impedance = 16 Ohms)

    Amp: Hughes & Kettner Statesman Dual EL34 50W. (Saturations in a spirit quite Vox clean tones or fenderiens marshallesques depending on whether or not the button "Twang").

    I thought I'd sound too smooth with the V30, too prescriptive, and really too garish. (Before the HP = bleeding ears, 30cm = this axis disappears from the mix)

    This pair of HP is hell! Not quite satisfied with the first trials after a good break, this is happiness! I have to wake the dead grain, slightly raspy saturation, and my sounds are beautiful. I hear much better......
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    HP Wizard mixture and used in a 212 Governor closed Framus CS212, replacing Celestion Vintage 30. (8 Ohms each> total impedance = 16 Ohms)

    Amp: Hughes & Kettner Statesman Dual EL34 50W. (Saturations in a spirit quite Vox clean tones or fenderiens marshallesques depending on whether or not the button "Twang").

    I thought I'd sound too smooth with the V30, too prescriptive, and really too garish. (Before the HP = bleeding ears, 30cm = this axis disappears from the mix)

    This pair of HP is hell! Not quite satisfied with the first trials after a good break, this is happiness! I have to wake the dead grain, slightly raspy saturation, and my sounds are beautiful. I hear much better again.

    HP of choice.
    (I am unable to speak only one of the two on the other hand, because I have not tested separately., But they go very well anyway!)
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  • Eminence The GovernorPublished on 09/25/06 at 09:49
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    70/75 watts RMS ... to the ear because the power is not précisée.J 've built the speaker that I use as a second chamber (for low), the only forum or on my back Rivera amp Clubster 25. 12 '/ 8 ohms. Bandwidth 70 Hz to 5.5 Khertz.Rendement db.Poids 102: 5.9 kg

    Its pleasant and versatile, well clear of basses.Rend saturé.Son area and is more blues, rock and jazz.Ce HP also has the character, not the neutrality of a dynamic Jensen.Bonne HP really made for the electric guitar.

    I use (slightly) in recent mois.Sons nice but less "rock" as the Celestion vintage.Rapport money than cool: € 59.00 + 10.00 shipping Thomann Cyberstore.HP to have. ...
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    70/75 watts RMS ... to the ear because the power is not précisée.J 've built the speaker that I use as a second chamber (for low), the only forum or on my back Rivera amp Clubster 25. 12 '/ 8 ohms. Bandwidth 70 Hz to 5.5 Khertz.Rendement db.Poids 102: 5.9 kg

    Its pleasant and versatile, well clear of basses.Rend saturé.Son area and is more blues, rock and jazz.Ce HP also has the character, not the neutrality of a dynamic Jensen.Bonne HP really made for the electric guitar.

    I use (slightly) in recent mois.Sons nice but less "rock" as the Celestion vintage.Rapport money than cool: € 59.00 + 10.00 shipping Thomann Cyberstore.HP to have.
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  • Eminence The GovernorPublished on 09/21/07 at 03:39
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    I wanted to change my HP 1960A, used Marshall heads with different ending for last 25 years, HPs origins taient ok but not forcment suited my style today. So I wanted to try but since the V30 Celestion factory in China and has become more expensive (even when a peak), I wanted to find an alternative. Eminence offers a range of HP large trs and that it visibly silent closest to the V30, hence the choice.

    Trs wide, wide trs, trs dynamic. Beautiful low neat, clear of mediums and treble too aggressive (unless the true V30). Straighter than the greenback, quite suited to contemporary music, prcis difficult to rate since this type of thing is extremely subjective, but when I would take a......
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    I wanted to change my HP 1960A, used Marshall heads with different ending for last 25 years, HPs origins taient ok but not forcment suited my style today. So I wanted to try but since the V30 Celestion factory in China and has become more expensive (even when a peak), I wanted to find an alternative. Eminence offers a range of HP large trs and that it visibly silent closest to the V30, hence the choice.

    Trs wide, wide trs, trs dynamic. Beautiful low neat, clear of mediums and treble too aggressive (unless the true V30). Straighter than the greenback, quite suited to contemporary music, prcis difficult to rate since this type of thing is extremely subjective, but when I would take a new 4 / 12, I would take for a vintage comparison. In my case, I replace the two remaining HPs in 1960 with two more governors. Please note, G12t75 of origin are far from being ridiculous! But they lack a bit of bass and are a bit "sharp" for my use. They will be better to music such as blues, rock a little scabby or punk for example. But for the 70's hard rock, hard rock and metal and 80's today, the governor is more suited.

    Hp excellent for me ... I would do so this choice that I ordered two more this morning complter the quartet ... Meanwhile take a second 4 / 12 vintage (I am Fidler marshall for 25 years, and it's not changing prs)
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  • Not my favorite

    Eminence The GovernorPublished on 06/28/10 at 09:00
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    HP-fitted in my amp BRONX, often compared to famous Celestion V30 (never tried).
    8 ohms.

    I made the exchange between my original HH invader of my Laney LC 30, to see.
    The sound is brighter, as coated with a crown of sharp.
    It's not what I want. It really does not add or presence of edge relative to HH invader, rather the very high treble.
    It saturates faster as I feel.

    I tried a little time on my Laney, then I handed the old, rounder, more balanced, which was finally better.
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