The ET10 is the 10” version of one of our most popular speakers: the ET65. The ET10 boasts a tone reminiscent of its 12” counterpart but with a bit more of a pronounced midrange. The low end from this 10 is surprisingly heady but remains tight in all situations. Top it off with a smooth but articulate top end, and you have one of the most highly anticipated ten-inch speakers to date.
I put these in a Yamaha VR4000 and an Ampeg SS-70C. These speakers made both of these solid state stereo chorus amps sound amazing with much more clarity.
Review of Kelley on 10" ET10 - 65 watts
Got this to use in my Vox Mini Super Beetle over the Celestion Special G10 that came with it. The difference in tone is very subtle but it has made a big improvement on clarity at low volume levels. I live in an apartment so I have never cranked any of my amps up but having that extra clarity is really nice. I am also planning to get a G10c in the future for a pine deluxe cabinet build. The shipping and purchase experience were excellent also. I am very pleased that I decided to pull the trigger on this and look forward to trying more WGS speakers out in the future.
Review of Brian on 10" ET10 - 65 watts
Added the 10" ET10 to an Orange Tiny Terror combo 1x10. Replaced the original speaker with a tiny magnet. The amp came alive. Way more, warmth, bass, clarity and volume. Sooooooo worth it. :)
Review of Nick Snyder on 10" ET10 - 65 watts
just a killer speaker. love the high end on these.
Review of AMAZING Speaker on 10" ET10 - 65 watts
I used to use my Blackstar HT1-HR head with a 1x12 cabinet. And it sounded really good.
Than I changed I bought a Marshall Code 25 to use as amp but also I mod it to use as cabinet for my amp head.
But the Code did not sound great at all. Boxy and strange (as amp and as cabinet).
After reaching out to WGS team they recommended the ET10.
Wow !!!! What a difference! The amp is alive now! Now I feel the joy of using it as amp by itself (and sounds great also as cabinet).
Check my review on YouTube: https://youtu.be/TPwSlkreUxc
Ben is the lead guitarist of Nashville band All Them Witches. Onstage, he uses a Twin Reverb loaded with Blackhawk Alnicos. The guitars on the band's latest album, Sleeping Through the War, were tracked using a Twin through a pair of ET10s.