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  • Whiteback

    Warehouse Guitar Speakers ET65Publié le 05/27/14 à 01:11
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    I have 4 ET65 WGS speaker and a true English G1265.
    The value of this report is remarkable brand.
    It is very well made, it sounds right away, lapped or not.
    My favorite hp with Creamback G12M65 Celestion.
    Accurate and creamy treble this WGS these big bass and warm and round this side dug medium is perfect to my ears (sound discs)
    There is the medium, but it is not colored, it is, well, neutral.
    Avoid with an amp can be too bright, though ... With my MAZ Junior, it's good too :)
    The 12ET65 is very musical, I put everywhere! It opens the sound is great with humbuckers, it has its addictive jazz.
    Crunch, it's a "modern blues" that I love!
    In comparison with the original......
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    I have 4 ET65 WGS speaker and a true English G1265.
    The value of this report is remarkable brand.
    It is very well made, it sounds right away, lapped or not.
    My favorite hp with Creamback G12M65 Celestion.
    Accurate and creamy treble this WGS these big bass and warm and round this side dug medium is perfect to my ears (sound discs)
    There is the medium, but it is not colored, it is, well, neutral.
    Avoid with an amp can be too bright, though ... With my MAZ Junior, it's good too :)
    The 12ET65 is very musical, I put everywhere! It opens the sound is great with humbuckers, it has its addictive jazz.
    Crunch, it's a "modern blues" that I love!
    In comparison with the original Celestion G1265, it has less mids (much less), it is less sensitive, so better at low volume.
    The true sound probably better big crunch, but my fragile little ears prefer the low sensitivity of WGS.
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  • Good HP

    Warehouse Guitar Speakers ET65Publié le 02/02/13 à 08:28
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    WareHouse Guitar Speaker, 12 ", 65W, 8 Ohm, Made in USA.
    Competitor Celestion G12-65 Heritage, The HP looks very good.
    In any case, it has the mouth, all white bowl and weighs his weight!
    The ET65 is primarily an HP extension office. He reports good bass and treble but it has a pronounced hollow in the midrange.
    This is why I do not recommend it alone, it is especially value and brings more power in addition to the usual HP of your combo / HP favorite character without eating. This is a rather neutral HP "complete" your sound.
  • Upgrade the Celestion G65

    Warehouse Guitar Speakers ET65Publié le 11/07/12 à 10:43
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    I have a pair of Celestion G65 in excellent condition with media sound too dark for my taste, not to resell.

    After discovering the ET65 this recent American brand WGS what I got this little clarity is lacking in Celestion but at half the price. WGS does not deprive also present the speaker as the Celestion G65 Evolution.

    The equation is therefore better for cheaper so my Celestion be sold.

    This is only my responsibility and does not affect the score I give but then I discovered the WGS Retro 30, which has nothing to do with Vintage 30 in who you know. I would have been even more appropriate. To discover ...
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