Mine is light dope, cloth surround guitar, aluminum dustcap...
I asked for my Weber Cali the same. I like it- I'll have to try a Neo next and decide. I went with the Cali because I like E120 era Jer tone the best- but I like the logic of being able to push the lower wattage webers in a way that Jerry did without having to play in a stadium- I play bars and clubs at most!
hogan wrote:D120 alnico mag 75-80 watt handling
K120 Alnico mag 100 watt handling
E120 Ceramic mag 300 watt handling
I believe they were introduced in that order.
The difference between d and k's to my ears is next to nil. I prefer d's and k's because I can actually push them w/o having to use huge power. Same w/ the Weber neo mags. Sweet pushed jbl tone at lower (yet still plenty loud) volumes.
RiverRat wrote:150W continuous sine and 300W continuous program.... So they are rated for 300W.
JBL wrote:The continuous program power method of rating is acceptable for loudspeakers at home, because the dynamic range of music they reproduce has been greatly compressed in the recording process and playback levels are relatively moderate. As a result, demands placed on home entertainment loudspeakers are far less critical than those used with amplified musical instruments.
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