I've been searching for speakers for quite some time and due to my inability to find jbl's and the other similar type speakers locally. I have had to scour the web. at this point I was about to just go ahead and start buying and reselling. I have found quite a few Jbl demos, and a few of the other favorites of you guys here and there. Today i found this, amd I thought this was a really good sounding comparison. Using a zoom q3 to record sound (a field recorder i'm familiar with- same mics as zoom h4, h4n, h1 and similar to h2 and h2n i believe) The dude also has a pretty jerry "ish" playing style and does a bunch of similar more complex licks back to back while changing speakers.
Weber Cali (paper dome), weber michigan (paper dome), JBL D120 with an 80's recone, and a weber neomag with a cloth surround.
I'm sure the difference in person is greater, but I can hear a good deal of differences among speakers.
follow the link in the first post that i'm linking- that way you can see the speaker change timeline
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I have a 2x12 and was thinking a metal dust cap in one and a paper in the other might be a good combo. Anybody got any experience? In my experience Ive found speaker combos with subtle differences works better than speakers with more drastic differences. metal and paper in one cab... yea or nay?