Detailed and warm cleans with plenty of British grind.
The 10" G10N-40 from Celestion is a true "modern vintage" guitar speaker, delivering exceptionally well-balanced tone that has real Celestion pedigree.
The G10N-40 is characterized by satisfyingly deep lows that are complemented by sweet and clear upper mids and an articulate, well-defined top end.
Loaded into small combos, the G10N-40 articulates a detailed and warm clean sound, and its balanced response means this versatile speaker is still able to deliver true British grind when pushed to the limit.
G10N-40 40W, 10" Guitar Speaker
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Comments about Celestion G10N-40 40W, 10" Guitar Speaker:
I ordered two 16ohm speakers and got 'em 3 days later. I have them installed in a 2x10 Fender style, closed, extension cabinet and they are wired in parallel. I am using a Vox AC15VR with a 60W, Vet30 speaker and an Epiphone LP standard custom. I ran direct, without any effects for an hour, alternating between the amp and extention cabinet, with the volume set below half. My ears are a little sore. The G10N speakers are very clean and clear, but still warm sounding. The bass is full and not muddy. When I added a little gain they got really sweet and bluesy. My amp has that classic British gain sound and it goes well with the G10N. Very well. If you are using Fender, Kustom, Vox, Marshall ect.. you most likly have British style speakers. Even the Fenders, but their high end tube amps still use American speakers. The full digital and hybrid Fenders have circuits that are made to use British style speakers and still sound American. But dont run them with actual American style speakers. It doesnt sound very good and you'll regret it. I have to say with all confidence, that these are worth the purchase and you will keep them for years.
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