Ladies and Gentlemen, this is it, this is what you have been waiting for! The great finale. This week I conclude the ultimate 10-inch shootout. If you caught the last two blogs, then you know that the diminutive little WGS Veteran 10 has been doing amazingly well, sounding richer and warmer and beefier on the bottom end and smoother on the top end than either the Jensen P10R Alnico or the Eminence/Fender blue-frame Alnico ten . In this last shootout, I’m going to pull out the big guns, the WGS G10A and G10C. As before, we used a pair of matching Custom Vibrolux Reverb amps, one with the stock Jensen’s, and one with a WGSG10A/G10C combination. I know those speakers well, so I thought was prepared for what was to come, but it actually caught me off guard. Read on dear reader, read on!
In a nutshell, the G10’s rocked our world. The G10’s were so much louder that they were hitting my limiters to about 8-10 dB of limiting - where as all of the other speakers we had tried up to that point had only hit a dB or two of limiting. So, that equates to an overall volume increase of about 6-7 dB, very notable fur sure! The biggest difference, however, was in the bottom end, which really became huge.
Okay, I’ll shut up now and let the video do the rest of my talking for me. If a pic is worth a thousand words, then how many words is a video worth??
Next week will be somthing totally different, see ya then. Ya all be good now!