Eminence Red Fang 10 ceramic vs. Ragin Cajun

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  1. InkStained

    InkStained Tele-Meister

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    No 10-inch speaker handles volume and distortion better. I've had an RC in my Princeton Recording Amp for at least five years.
     
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  2. ce24

    ce24 Poster Extraordinaire

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    It's all about tone....I just don't get the " it's not loud enough to gig"......
    I gig my 12 watt 69 non verb Princeton in a 4 pc classic rock.band set on 5. They have things called mics that will give you volume..
     
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    I’d go with the Red Fang, myself.
     
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  4. amorica

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    Super old thread but I'm trying to decide between the Red fang and Ragin cajun. I have the RC in my 65 Princeton reverb now and it sounds good but I have my treble on 7 to 8 and my bass at 5 to 6 playing my Tele with low output pickups. Wondering if I'll pick up some more sparkle or highs with the Fang. What did you end up going with? thanks. I know people might say the Copperhead but it didn't do it for me.
     
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  5. schmee

    schmee Poster Extraordinaire

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    The PR does often need the treble up to 7 or so to be similar to say a Deluxe at 5.5. Just nature of the beast. I love the Red Fang but have not had the Cajun in a long time so not sure about the comparison.
     
  6. The Angle

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    From the Eminence website.

    Red Fang:

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    Ragin Cajun:

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    The difference isn't huge, but on the Ragin Cajun, the high end peaks a few dB higher while the mids and bottom are a few dB lower than on the Red Fang, which is slightly more uniform across the low-mid-hi spectrum.
     
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