> The speakers can never be celestion speakers.
> Celestion speakers are British speakers with a
> British sound. Fender used Jensen speakers from
> Chicago, and they sound truly American.
Are you serious?
That's not quite a "killer-arguement" is it?
> speakers in these amps are all new,
Yep, they look new.
> and I bet they
> are something specials as there is no label on them.
The label of my Celestion came off easy.
I've had Celestin Green Backs, where the cover consists of a green plastic whatnot.
You can use it as sourcer for a pot of plants, but there goes your label.
Maybe Keith and his technican actually consider Celestions as something special, and they have proofen to sound great.
> They could be anything really, like EVM or
> old Altec Lansings.
Nope, Electro Voice and Altec Lansing have a different chasis build.
The size of the magnet, the ventilation hole, how many spokes, painted or not - all that narrows the possible contenders down to a few.
Benon mentioned the Weber, that could be a possible contender - but only the Blue Dog Silver Bell Ceramic series.
> But they are not Celestions,
> and most probably not new Jensen's, as they sound
> nothing like the old ones
There ya go talking about the sound again - but we've only just learned what Keith uses behind his amps.
I mean all those speakers don't sound like crap - they just sound different.
I'm still on the Celestion track.
I opened the back of my old amp and snapped my 2 Celestions - they must be about 20 years old, still going strong.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2007-03-27 17:34 by open-g.