Emmience Cannibis Rex Speakers

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  1. Geo

    Geo Friend of Leo's

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    I also have one in a Blues Junior III and a good improvement.
     
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    Broke mine in for over 40 hours with music playing and still
    didn't care for them at all. Super loud and sounded like someone threw a blanket over the amp. Might be good for a jazz rig though.
     
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    Lol, why wouldn't you just hook them up to the stereo
     
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    OP, if you can’t dial in a better tone for you via your amp’s bass/treble knobs, I really doubt your problem is the speakers. Like someone else mentioned, they might be out of phase or something. Or there might be something weird with your circuit.

    I have the Eminence Hempdog (Rex’s steroid-using cousin) in my DR, and I tend to keep my treble around 6 and bass around 3-4. That’s with single coils.

    Is it still an issue? Have you tried several different incremental EQ settings on your Pro? Update please.
     
  5. Squiretele777

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    Hi,I found the problem,,,it was my EQ pedal causing the loud hum,,,even when it was turned off,,I disconnected it,,problem solved,,it wasn't a expensive pedal,,,maybe that was the reason.
     
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    I love a happy ending! Enjoy.
     
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    Break them in and if you still don't like them, go with the Texas Heat...great bluesy Fender tone with a touch of British Invasion to it. A great speaker for any Fender amp.
     
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    Thanks,I,m going to keep that in mind for down the road.
     
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