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 #61307  by hogan
 Wed May 27, 2009 11:26 am
I am now offering WeberVST speakers in loaded cabs. However I will of course, load cabs with any speaker a customer provides.

Loaded 2X12 w/ Weber neomags are $600 plus shipping
Loaded 2X10 are $575 plus shipping

2X12 with Ceramic California 12s are $550 plus shipping
2X10 with Ceramic California 10s are $530 plus shipping

If the whole clean Jerry thing isn't what your after and you want another type of Weber speaker instead, email me the configuration and i'll get you a price.

Unloaded 2x12 and 2x10 cabs are $425 plus shipping.

Thanks For reading.
Regards ~MJH
Last edited by hogan on Wed Jun 10, 2009 7:07 am, edited 2 times in total.
 #61308  by hogan
 Wed May 27, 2009 11:29 am
I can't edit, so contact me at fulminis@hotmail.com or just pm me on this board. Thanks ~MJH
 #61310  by strumminsix
 Wed May 27, 2009 1:13 pm
Counterstriker wrote:
hogan wrote: Loaded 2X12 w/ Weber neomags are $575 plus shipping

2X12 with Ceramic California 12s are $530 plus shipping

What's the biggest difference between the speaker?
Get the neomags. I've owned both. Will never use Cali's again.

The neomags sound, feel and respond like old JBLs.

The cali's just have the flatter response and big clean headroom.
 #61311  by Tennessee Jedi
 Wed May 27, 2009 1:30 pm
strumminsix wrote:
Counterstriker wrote:
hogan wrote: Loaded 2X12 w/ Weber neomags are $575 plus shipping

2X12 with Ceramic California 12s are $530 plus shipping

What's the biggest difference between the speaker?
Get the neomags. I've owned both. Will never use Cali's again.

The neomags sound, feel and respond like old JBLs.

The cali's just have the flatter response and big clean headroom.
I was wondering about the Neomags but didnt wanna ask some dumb questions ....
So - they are good speakers for the Jerry sound ?
I dont know squat about speakers ....
:D
 #61312  by hogan
 Wed May 27, 2009 1:33 pm
The Neo's weigh less also.

In regards to what SS said about the cali's, I still like them, but they are a different speaker. I just did a 2x10 for a guy that went w/ neo 10s and I happenned to have a cab w/ cali 10 in it. I a/b'ed the two using an acoustic image Clarus amp. It was night and day. THe neo's are incredibly sharp, and detailed. It's funny, because that's what a lot of folks say about the Cali. Is one better than the other? Not for me to say. I practice on Cali's but gig thru Neo's if that means anything. I also did a cab for paulinnc from this board that sounded fantastic that was loaded w/ cali 12's.
~MJH
 #61314  by hogan
 Wed May 27, 2009 1:38 pm
Yeah, they do the trick. If you are doing the whole power amp thing though watch how much power you hit them w/. They handle 75 watts a piece.
~MJH
 #61324  by Naataanii
 Wed May 27, 2009 5:42 pm
not price but spec's. Let's say (I have a friend) who is a machinist at a tool and die company and could pump out a few hundred of the little suckers if there was a market for them, which there seems to be by the amount of posts on the subject.

Just the spec's maame just the spec's
 #61326  by playingdead
 Wed May 27, 2009 6:53 pm
The clips work very well on the JBLs, with the large raised lip, but I don't know that they are really one-size-fits-all.

They didn't work at all on my JBL K-110s, which have a flatter lip. Hard Truckers had to machine a new set for me.

From Dozin's site:

"Aluminum speaker holders 1" wide X 2" long X 3/4" thickness. There are 3 steps to the back of them 1/4" 5/8" and 11/16. With the 1/4 inch lip resting on the speaker and the 11/16 in land resting on the wood. Both the 5/8" land and the 1/4" lip are 3/4" long. That means that the 11/16 thick part is 1/2 inch wide."
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