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I have bought this to replace the stock speaker that was in my vox ac15c1, the speaker gave nice overall feel to amp sound it is now more articulated, clear and punchy. i have compared the amp now to a reverb deluxe fender, altough the power tubes are different, but the spe4aker give indeed the sound characteristic of the amp. very crucial part of the sound shaping. now with this speaker i can do fenderish sound as well as old marshal sound, ofcourse i play blues and rock (SRV, hendrix, john mayer etc) the amp itself is very versatile and especially now with this speaker. i think it is a perfect match. you might opt however to go for the 16 ohms, i personally took the 8 ohms to have the options in case i want to use it in a fender amp. watts wise, i think it is of for the amp 15 watts it is also recommended watts wise jensen website. regards
I bought two of these to go in a Harley Benton 2x12 cab for my 1968 Fender Bandmaster amp. The sound is very clean and sparkly, just as you would expect Fender 'cleans' to be. I think they have a good vintage 60's and 70's sound, kind of a Troggs, Animals, Beatles and West Coast surf kind of flavour. These do seem to be quite a good match for the 60's Fender amps, at least to my ear. They only have a relatively small magnet so don't take large amounts of bass well, but then this is not a speaker you would be looking at if you wanted to play Guns'n'Roses or Iron Maiden. As someone who is more used to a Gibson through a Marshall with a 2x12 of Vintage 30's, I was pleasantly surprised at how much I am enjoying the Bandmaster played with a Strat through my new cab. The Harley cab I put them in is a closed back and I think they need that. My guess would be that they would sound too thin in an open or semi open. At this price they are good value and sound just the way I had hoped they would.