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10” G10C - 75 watts

10” G10C - 75 watts


The G10C is a 10" ceramic speaker with a 35 oz magnet and seamed cone. It boasts an extremely articulate top end with lows that are full and round but controlled. If you are looking for pristine, vintage American cleans and higher power handling, look no further than the G10C. 

Unit Weight: 7 pounds

“I purchased the G10C and swapped out the stock speaker in my Fender Super Champ XD.  I am extremely happy with your product and can’t say enough about it.  It made that amp open up so much and sounds so much fuller.  THANK YOU!“
-Jonathan S.
St. Louis, MO

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"

Note: All 4 ohm speakers are built to order. Please allow 5-7 business days for your 4 ohm speaker to be built and shipped.




Resonant Frequency (Fs):

79.61 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):

1.349 cu ft

Mech. Compliance of Susp. (Cms):

198.897 mm/N

BL Product (BL):

9.92 T-M

Diaphragm Mass Inc. Airload (Mms):

20.0945 grams

Surface Area of Cone (Sd):

366.0962 Surface Area of Cone (Sd):

Sound Pressure Level (spl):

96.35 db

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Great upgrade for Fender Princeton

It made the EQ in the amp more responsive while retaining the amps original feel and sound. I can’t stop playing it.

Princeton Reverb 10” G10C - 75 watts

Installed in a Princeton Reverb Mojotone Kit using a wide range of single coil/humbucker pickups.
Purchased to replace a Jensen C10R due to the spiky ice pick tones when digging in on the B and E strings above the 7th fret. The Jensen also breaks up and gets flubby above 7 on the volume.
The G10C provides the sound I was looking to have in that amp – tight focused lows, balanced mids, and just enough chime in the highs to capture a small amount of the Fender shimmer without the ice pick. And I can also run the volume up and get the sweet amp overdrive sound without the flub.
Good value and would buy again

Review of Alan on 10” G10C - 75 watts

Killer upgrade to ‘70s Princeton reverb. Loud, bold, and gutsy with sparkling highs that sit well in the mix. This made an already great amp sound utterly amazing.
Plus - the customer service from Warehouse Speakers is top notch. If you’re considering this speaker - just go for it already! There’s nothing better, especially for the price!

Review of Dang! on 10” G10C - 75 watts

WGS G10C sounds great in my vintage Princeton Reverb.
It has it all: beautiful rich lows, mids, and highs.
Excellent in a PR.

Review of Princeton-68 on 10” G10C - 75 watts

I think this is the best speaker out there for a Fender '68 Custom Princeton Reverb. I tried several other speakers in that amp. The stock speaker (Celestion Ten 30), Eminence 10" Cannabis Rex, Eminence Legend 1058 (definitely one of my favorite 10" speakers), Celestion Gold Alnico 10", and a few others. For that amp, the best choice was this WGS G10C. That surprised me a little, as I thought the Legend or Celestion Gold Alnico would win the day, but there's something about this speaker & amp combination. A little hard to put my finger on it. It just sounds great.

Artists that use this speaker:

Ira Dean

Ira Dean

Ira was the founding member and chief songwriter of Country Mega-Group Trick Pony. He has recorded with Blake Shelton, Jamey Johnson, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash, Montgomery Gentry, Ronnie Milsap, Hank Williams Jr, Kid Rock, Stevie Wonder. He plays 12 instruments, has been a Grammy nominee, won multiple ACM and AMA awards, played headlining tours all over the US and Europe and is a sought after producer.
He arranged the horns on Hank Williams Jr’s “The Almeria Club Recordings” album. He has written hit songs including Montgomery Gentry’s “One In Every Crowd,” Gary Allan’s “Feeling Like That” and the title cut of Trace Adkins’ “Proud To Be Here” album. Rascal Flatts, Jake Owen, and Chris Young have recorded his songs. Johnny Cash, Ira’s friend and mentor, once dragged him away from a damn good sandwich to sing background vocals with the Carter Family. And as we write this he is producing and writing with Edwin McCain. Wow.

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.