As I shared here recently, the beloved ALK1028 in my 6G2 developed a fatal speaker buzz -- at least, fatal at my house, since I couldn't cure it by checking all external bits and by minor surgery. But luckily in researching Ted Weber's buzz fixes, I noted where, back then, he mentioned in passing that he'd suggest a 10A125 for a 6G2. To tell the truth, that was probably the speaker I'd have put in if I'd never started to overthink the issue. After all, I love the 12A125a in my 5E3. But no, I went on a speaker hunt walkabout, one that only ended happily when I found the ALK. So yesterday my new 10A125 showed up, with factory break-in, custom made for me, 30W, light dope, and in honor of the ALK, blue basket. Something old, something new, something borrowed... What could be more meaningless than a picture of a speaker? Well, how about a picture of the part that doesn't make the sound? Early impressions: This is a great 10" speaker. I can't do much better right now, after just a few hours playing, than agree with Weber's description: "Bright, punchy, later/smooth breakup, aggressive, articulate, compressed/fattened at high volume. The favorite for late 50’s tweed amps such as Super, Bandmaster, Bassman, etc." Smooth breakup: very. Compresses and fattens: beautifully. Bright, but that's why we have tone knobs, and it handles bass very very well, so turning down the guitar tone or hitting the neck pup is not an issue. Yes, it's loud-ish, but it sounds great at jazz/blues volume levels, too. I mention all this mostly because I don't recall seeing this speaker reviewed here. If you're in the market for a 10" alnico that can do vintage Fender, this one deserves consideration.