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Weber’s excellent guitar amp speakers

I’m not sure that it’s an addiction, but I love a great sounding guitar amp.

I just put a Weber speaker into my 1965 Fender Princeton. What an incredible sound! For those who care, it’s a 10F150-T-8. It kept the “chimey” quality of the amp, but added a real growl and punch to the low mids. check them out here at weber
We spent today re-cutting Johnny Cash’s “I’ve been everywhere” for a television commercial, and guitarist Eric Silver used this amp for all the electrics in the track.

Another recent addition to the studio arsenal… a 1984 Marshall JCM800 amp. Totally renovated by Nashville Amp Service, this head sounds killer.

More instrument madness coming soon.

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