Never had a Crex, but a hand full of webers plus some others. Speakers really take some time to break in and even more to settle in...and you need some volume to get them loosened up. Give it more like 6-8 months of solid playing...and even at low volume should sweeten up. Just get everyone in the house some noise cancelling headphones. Btw, spkr rolling is a thing. It took me 3 years to find the one...and cabs do make a difference...its really matching the amp/circuit, with the cab and spkr. Have fun down the rabbit hole.
That also influenced my decision to try one in my Deluxe Reverb. It's worth noting that Duke was using a 10 inch Cannabis Rex in his Princeton Reverb, and also that he's currently replaced it with a Celestron Greenback.Ha! That is the exact reason I bought this amp was based on a video of his.
Curious if it might tighten up the bottom end at higher volumes in the tweed PRRI that ships with the 12" Cannabis Rex and eliminate the "wet blanket" effect that shows up occasionally when using overdrive.I find the Emi's are good right out of the box. Crex, GA SC64, etc. Yea they break in a little but are good to go upon installation. You either like it or not.
Get a GA SC64 and never look back. Fantastic speaker for the PR or the DR.
The GA SC64 has plenty of bottom. It just has a nice 'voice' to it.Curious if it might tighten up the bottom end at higher volumes in the tweed PRRI that ships with the 12" Cannabis Rex and eliminate the "wet blanket" effect that shows up occasionally when using overdrive.