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10" G10C/S - 75 watt

10" G10C/S - 75 watt


The G10C/S, a true WGS original, has become a favorite of players the world over. With its smooth cone and larger motor, it offers a slightly rounder top end and smooth breakup when driven hard while maintaining the punch and clarity you already love in a 10" speaker. It's really great for taming the top end in bright amps with its warm sound and depth in tone. The G10C/S also remains one of the most pedal-friendly tens in our line. So whether you are trying to beef up your vintage combo or build the perfect tone platform, the G10C/S is the place to start.

Mounting Information

  • Diameter 10 3/16"”
  • Overall depth 4 1/4”
  • Cut-out diameter 9”
  • Mounting slot dimensions 1/4”
  • Number of mounting slots: 8
  • Mounting slot PCD 9 3/4”





Resonant Frequency (Fs):

94.49 Hz

DC Resistance (Re):

6.3 Ohm

Coil Inductance (Le):

8.0 mH

Mechanical Q (Qms):


Electromagnetic Q (Qes):


Total Q (Qts):


Compliance Equiv. Vol. (Vas):

1.056 cu ft

Mech. Compliance of Susp. (Cms):

155.752 mm/N

BL Product (BL):


Diaphragm Mass Inc. Airload (Mms):

18.2153 grams

Surface Area of Cone (Sd):

366.0962 Surface Area of Cone (Sd):

Sound Pressure Level (spl):

98.02 db

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
william Jones Smith
Review of william Jones Smith on 10" G10C/S - 75 watt

these are hi-power tens that were made for hi power 4x10 amps... in my opinion anyways..... i bought 4 for my 83 concert 4x10 and have been using them full volume w/ tons of distortion and they handle it like a champ..... also, they look amazing :)........

Review of Danny on 10" G10C/S - 75 watt

This one doesn't seem to get as much talk as other 10s. I'm not sure why; it's a fantastic speaker. I put one of these in a Fender Pro Junior and it was shocking how much louder and more useful the amp became. The transformation was so drastic I instantly set aside any thoughts of dropping the chassis into a bigger cab or otherwise modifying the amp. To me, this still sounds definitively "Fender", like an old Jensen that's so worn in all the spikiness has been worked out of it. I primarily play a Tele in various jazz, country and Western swing settings, and subscribe to the Jim Campilongo mentality of "no one ever complained that a Tele through a Fender amp didn't have enough treble". The rolled-off highs and warm mids of this speaker make it a perfect complement for a Tele, while still firmly in the American-voiced camp. Great stuff as usual, WGS.

Review of Tubeamps on 10" G10C/S - 75 watt

Bought one of these for my orange rocker 15, after reading one of the other reviews. I broke the speaker in with music and then installed it, it's a completely different amp now, absolutely amazing! Great low end. Love it..

Scott Norris
Review of Scott Norris on 10" G10C/S - 75 watt

Replaced a stock speaker in a Vox VT40X with 2 WGS speakers. Put a 10" G10C/S in the Vox Combo and put a 12" Green Beret in a 1x12 cabinet. The Vox amp runs at 5 ohms so had to match that as close as possible. Now I'm at 5.33 ohms so the amp is running full power, and the speakers turned a mediocre sounding modeling amp into a MONSTER modeling amp. It's got roar, grit, cajones, great highs, and lots of volume. When I run the combo by itself, it's like a 20 watt solid state amp. Not real loud, but the tones from the WGS G10C/s by itself is amazing compared to the shrill, midrangy stock speaker.

Can't beat this speaker. It' screams.

Lloyd Warren
Review of Lloyd Warren on 10" G10C/S - 75 watt

I put this speaker into an Orange Rocker 15 combo. I didn't like the speaker that came stock that everyone raved about. I thought the amp sounded "fizzy". I was looking for a thicker gain tone, not necessarily distortion. The G10C/S changed the amp completely! What a difference. This amp sounds bigger, fuller, more depth. I didn't lose a lot of highs, just the shrillness of the stock speaker. This WGS speaker has made this a giggable amp now. I love it!

Artists that use this speaker:

Brett Moore & Mike Harris of the Apache Ready

Brett Moore & Mike Harris of the Apache Ready

Michael Ford Jr. was a music business major when he met The Apache Relay in a Belmont University dorm. They were already deep into “a very Americana, very rootsy” sound, and before long the band was backing up Ford around campus, and soon everywhere else. Ford Jr. dropped out of college, and the group, which at the time included Mike Harris (guitar, vocals), Brett Moore (keys, guitar, mandolin), Kellen Wenrich (fiddle, keys) gigged relentlessly behind their 2009 debut 1988 and 2011’s breakthrough American Nomad. Midway through their touring in support of American Nomad Ford, Jr’s brother joined the band rounding out the group’s line up and sound. While touring in support of the album The Apache Relay found themselves opening for Mumford & Sons and hitting such festivals as Bonnaroo, Newport Folk Festival, Firefly Music Festival, Voodoo Music Experience, among others.