Jon S. wrote:Ted Weber said in response to my question of how to order a Neomag and have it sound as much like an E-series, hemp cone JBL as possible to "put in the comments section of the order form that you want the 5" large screen dome, per Ted."
I have no personal or professional association with Weber Speakers other than owning two others that I bought retail. I simply asked the question and am passing on the response.
jonarobb wrote:I'm the minority here I'm sure but the California Ceramic 12" with some custom tweaking is the closest you'll get to a JBL with a Weber.
Any idea where i can pick up a pair of E120's for my twin? I live in hoboken and would bring it into the city to have you install them and do some other garcia mods.
Jon S. wrote:jonarobb wrote:I'm the minority here I'm sure but the California Ceramic 12" with some custom tweaking is the closest you'll get to a JBL with a Weber.
I rotated a paper dust cap Ceramic Cali through several of my amps 3 or 4 years back. Didn't do much for me and eventually sold it. What do you think of the Celestion Classic Lead 80 in similar applications (I'm a fan of the CL80 for bold, clean tones that sound good and hold up well under low or high power)?
SpaceYrface43 wrote:don't want to change the topic just wondering if anyone has any experience with the Beyma Liberty,
Suppose to sound like the E-120. I was between the Beyman Liberty and the Weber Neo-Mag but i'm not liking what i'm hearing about the Neo's. Any info would be helpful before i spend my Christmas bonus. All i know is the Neo's got for around $160.00 while the Libertys are about $260.00 big price break but if its worth it i'm willing to indulge.
Rusty the Scoob wrote:Ok, I'm digging this old thread up hoping for similar info.
My goal is to build a 1x15" bass cab, either ported or sealed, that sounds like 70's Phil.
I'm being told on other forums that the JBL 2220A 15" that I've been offered is more of a mid-range PA speaker and might not make a good subsitute for the classic JBL D140f speakers that Phil used. So at $180 the Weber Neomag could fit in my budget if I stretch a little, and you can order them with aluminum domes and ribbed paper cones. What do you think?
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