Warehouse Speakers - What say you?

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Warehouse Speakers - What say you?

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I've a pair of Warehouse speakers in my Suhr 212 cab. A Veteran 30 and a ET65.

What say you of Warehouse speakers?

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sneakers you say?... from the warehouse you say?.. got to be saving money there...
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I do miss randomly damaging stock at The Warehouse.

I once went to B&Q and deliberately spilled wood glue all over the back of a shelf. I think I managed to make a permanent fixture of some stock.

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Bloody good

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I had a pair of G12Cs in my Pro Reverb - I thought they were most excellent.

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I have that exact combination in my 2x12 cabinet and I think it rocks. Tightest rhythm sound I've ever had.

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Zaulkin wrote:I have that exact combination in my 2x12 cabinet and I think it rocks. Tightest rhythm sound I've ever had.
Is your cab open or closed-back? Both of mine are open but I'm thinking I should close one of them. Just coz...

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Molly wrote:
Zaulkin wrote:I have that exact combination in my 2x12 cabinet and I think it rocks. Tightest rhythm sound I've ever had.
Is your cab open or closed-back? Both of mine are open but I'm thinking I should close one of them. Just coz...
It's closed back, but it has a front port.

I run my AX8 through a tube power section into that cab and I love it.

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Brian Wampler loves them.

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No personal experience however that particular combination does get endlessly praised by the TGP brethren so must be pretty damn decent.

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Dharmajester wrote:No personal experience however that particular combination does get endlessly praised by the TGP brethren so must be pretty damn decent.
Good to know.

I'd like to hear it closed-back but the Suhr cab has an oval orifice that's not the easiest to seal.

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Random piece of plywood and some magic dots



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Single coil wrote:Random piece of plywood and some magic dots
I need one imbued with the essence of unicorn tears. Just for the tonez....

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At one point I had a UK Greenback and a Warehouse Greenback. Warehouse had a slightly more powerful and warm bass, but the overall tonality of the 2 was extremely, extremely close.

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Have a quad with 4x ET65 that I have been using for 6 years now that sounds the buisness!!
Sounds super creamy with electradyne on the blue gain setting.
So yeah,big ups fpr WGS.

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