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    Les Paul Forum Member Ron's Avatar
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    Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    Who's tried the Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers? I'm pretty interested in them and the discount they offer if you order 4 or more makes the price very attractive.

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    I had one of the G12H-30 clones and liked it very much. Warmer and more organic-sounding than the recent-production Celestion G12H-30.

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    I've heard they are really good, esp. the greenback having better low end. Which ones are you looking at?

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    Ive used the Greenbacks(BV-25M) and now use the G12H-30(BV-30H) copies. Both sound good, but with my settings and style, the BV-30H's are alot warmer sounding.

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    I have the mojotone vintage marshall style 2x12 cab loaded with one BV25M and one G12H 30 clones and I love it. I play a 20 watt Marshall 2061 through it pretty much dimed most of the time and for me it works. I tried a pair of celestion blues in the cab and while I like them, they were a little loose sounding for lack of a better term. They just did not have the focus I wanted.

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    Quote Originally Posted by JRW8214@AOL.COM View Post
    Ive used the Greenbacks(BV-25M) and now use the G12H-30(BV-30H) copies. Both sound good, but with my settings and style, the BV-30H's are alot warmer sounding.
    30's were warmer than the Greenbacks?

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    yup. The Greenbacks were icey to my ears

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    Quote Originally Posted by jamisonlps View Post
    I've heard they are really good, esp. the greenback having better low end. Which ones are you looking at?
    I have 3 4x12's loaded with 25 watt Greenbacks so I was thinking about loading an empty 4x12 I have with the BV-30H's.

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    I recommend the BV-30H's. They really are the best ones in the series. You'll be selling your greenbacks and buying more BV-30H's!!

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    Inside word is that they have really stepped up their qc to compete in the market.

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    I just wish that they would put out a G1230H bass cone model !

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    that would be nice. if you dont mind the money though, you can get bass models from Scumback Speakers and Reinhardt amps

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    I had the BV-30V (Vintage 30 clone) in a 1x12 cab, and it gave me great tone with a modded Epi Jr.

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    Quote Originally Posted by JRW8214@AOL.COM View Post
    that would be nice. if you dont mind the money though, you can get bass models from Scumback Speakers and Reinhardt amps
    Weber will roll one for you as well, but it is still pricey.

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    Might aswell get it from Scumback or Reinhardt. Ted Weber makes them for those guys

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    Re: Mojo British Vintage Series Speakers

    Another choice that doesn't seem to get mentioned a lot is the Eminence Wizard, part of their 'Red Coat' Brit-flavored Series. Think of it as a G12H-30 on steroids...more of everything...more bottom, more warmth, substantially more volume (103dB rating!), and more power handling (75W). I once played an 18W head through a 2x12 cab with these and it sounded gigantic...like having a 4x12 cab loaded with G12H-30's but half the size, and just as loud, too.

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