Post by bbutler356 on Mar 28, 2018 18:18:17 GMT -7
If you have an empty cab and you can buy a parallel y-connector for $30 (thereby putting the cab in parallel with the Greenback internal speaker of the M12)-- I have found that the Celestion Heritage Greenback G12H (55 hz) in a second cab along with the Greenback in the M12 gives a bottom to the M12 that is sooo good - so solid, so clean.
The Heritage is expensive (200 bucks) but the 55hz one has a huge bottom because its resonant frequency is that low. That speaker does not give a nice, big BOOOMMM like a good speaker with bottom(kind of like hitting a large bass drum with a mallet..., it gives something I think is even more impressive- that speaker gives a THUD! - the sound of 100 lb. ball of pure lead, as it hits the sidewalk dropped from 4 feet.
Just a thought.
Oddly though, I've put the Heritage 55 hz into the M12 to REPLACE the cheaper Greenback that's in it, and I somewhat prefer that cheaper Greenback. But boy, when I pair the Heritage GB with it...oh my goodness!
Last Edit: Mar 28, 2018 18:19:09 GMT -7 by bbutler356
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