Vintage Celestion in a valve radio

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Re: Vintage Celestion in a valve radio

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I think I had a DC cab for while?
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Re: Vintage Celestion in a valve radio

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Me too, heritage DC cabs as top ends on the PA, Eminence 12"x2 200w (old school watt rating too) and piezo tweeters.
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Re: Vintage Celestion in a valve radio

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I have a couple of (1960s?) hifi goodman drivers, with an old fountain stereo valve amp. Grandpas old hifi, needs fixing!

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calling card wrote:
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Re: Vintage Celestion in a valve radio

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Interesting to note that both Joe Bonamassa and Eric Johnson use the cheaper ceramic Celestion Seventy 80 in some of their setups, Bonamassa notably in his high powered Twins.
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Re: Vintage Celestion in a valve radio

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That is interesting.
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