Celestion G10 Creamback

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  1. caspersvapors

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    I have a the 12creamback 65mz in a couple amps. and the alnico cream.
    Love the creambacks.
    In vibrolux, however, I use to mix alnico and ceramic..but
    that was me.
    My Supro Bd10 is a lot of fun for a speaker.
    I had the one of the Celestion G10s. nice speaker,
    but more like mini v30


    wish you luck
     
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    Yes, it's available. If it's close in sound/response/sensitivity to the 12" it would smoother and less aggressive than the Greenback. The 12" Creamback is my favorite ceramic-magnet speaker for most applications (I also use the Warehouse Speakers copy, which is virtually indistinguishable soundwise)
     
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    I put a g12h75 creamback in a 20 watt marshall and its is awesome. cant go wrong.
     
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    I love the new 10" speaker selection that celestion is producing.

    4x10" cabs anyone?

    These would be great for lower powered medium sized combo amps!
     
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    I have a 12" M65 Creamback and a 12" Neo Creamback absolutely love them! I am actually surprised at how much I love them.

    Ever since I saw the announcement on the 10", I've been a bit anxious with anticipation.... But, also filled with a little indecision. I have a Marshall Origin 20 Combo and can't decide which speaker to try in it, the Greenback, the Creamback or a Gold. Luckily, I still kinda like the stock speaker, so I am not in a panic. Maybe I can hold out and buy used of all three to compare? maybe....
     
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    I have a Silver Jubilee 20 combo with the 12" Greenback and it's hard to imagine a better match for it if you want the crunchy middy woody Marshall tone. The 10" Vintage 30 is a good option if you're looking for a more modern sound.
     
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    If this was in response to my post, I have zero interest in a more modern tone. But, thanks for the report on the Greenback!

    I had a 12" V30 in a Princeton for a while. Sounded great, but was too heavy to keep the amp a grab and go.


    Oh, and to the OP... I have use my Creambacks with a Tweed amp, I can only imagine they would sound great with the Vibrolux!
     
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    Thanks for the feedback ya'll. Sounds like this actually may not be the speaker I want. Ive had the greenback 10 and felt the high end was too subdued and the bass was too woofy in a Fender amp. If the creamback is even more smooth than the green it sounds like it may not be for me. I'll wait for clips
     
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