The 12” Retro 30™ speaker is a brighter and more articulate version of the WGS Veteran 30™ speaker. The Retro 30™ also boasts deeper and tighter bottom end. This speaker is extremely versatile and comes alive on the dirty channel. For those who love to mix speakers, you should pair this with the Reaper™ or the ET65™.
it does not get any better. these speakers are made for a 1985 JCM 800 2203.
I like your speaker. It is the second speaker that I have speakerd. May I please have another speaker for having spoken about the speaker?
Review of Econgblues on 12" Retro 30 - 75 Watts
i was going to purchase one of these again as i have in the past but however, the price has doubled from the last time i purchased one. i bought two of these for the price of just one speaker now. goddamn inflation lol
Review of Enrique De La Paz on 12" Retro 30 - 75 Watts
Its an ok speaker but not for me, i am a mixing and mastering engineer, and i do track guitars very often, i just will say that this speaker doesn´t pair well with my Mesa Stiletto head, it is very easy to get that annoying midrange around 3 and 4.5khz it may as well be the active eq on the Mesa amp, but well this speaker sounds harsh on my oversized 412 cab... I think i have to work with more positions on this one but these days i always tend to reach for my other speakers inside the cab, i guess i am more into dark sounding speakers
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