Speakers Weber CTC 10 or Allesandro's for vibrolux?

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  1. adjason

    adjason Poster Extraordinaire Silver Supporter

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    I've got a 1979 vibrolux reverb. I've tried weber dt 10's (lost the sparkle) a weber 25 watt alnico and ceramic (good tone but so loud so fast). I put the original oxfords back in and they are ok. I am thinking about the weber CTC 10's- this is what Weber recommended when I emailed them-anybody tried them? the other speaker I keep hearing good things about is the Emminence Allesandro- these seem to be a favorite among super champ xd and Princeton users. I usually play clean and not that loud
     
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    I am on the hunt for the 10s myself for a 6g2 that I am building. But, Speakers are quite of a personal preference in the end.

    Had an Alessandro, not my cup of tea. Eminence 1058 is something I would put in my Vibrolux, and will to in my Princeton.
     
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    I just got a ceramic Weber Silverbell and the thing is literally unbelievable. I custom ordered a 100 watter for my single channel ab763, w light dope. Haven’t cranked it yet but at low clean volume it’s perfect. Absolutely perfect. And I’ve used an Eminence Governor, Celestion Creamback, and WGS ET-65 thru this amp and the Weber crushes them. Don’t forget the free break in.
     
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    Love the Webber in my 65’ Vibrolux. Tried others and it just wasn’t the same. Just my 2 cents.
     
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    I have an old set of Weber C10Qs (now called the 10F125) that I use for traditional voicing in my 1968 VR. But also take a look at the All-Tone 1025 and 1040. I have had the 1040s in that amp for the last couple years and really prefer them when going for driven tones. The cleans are still very good, too.
     
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