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10" Veteran - 20 Watts

10" Veteran - 20 Watts



The 10” Veteran™ speaker from WGS® has great, crunchy cone breakup when pushed and touch sensitive cleans with warm overtones. Sporting a 1" voice coil, seamed cone and 18oz magnet, this speaker is loaded with vintage mojo. Whether you are looking for fat, punchy cleans from your low powered combo or vintage American style breakup from your 4x10 the 10” Veteran™ will deliver.


  • One piece paper cone & edge
  • Seamed Cone
  • Power handling = 20 watts RMS
  • Stamped basket
  • Solid dust cap

Unit Weight: 3 pounds


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





Resonant Frequency (Fs):

110.86 Hz

DC Resistance (Re):

6.9 Ohm

Coil Inductance (Le):

8.0 mH

Mechanical Q (Qms):


Electromagnetic Q (Qes):


Total Q (Qts):


Compliance Equiv. Vol. (Vas):

0.808 cu ft

Mech. Compliance of Susp. (Cms):

119.122 mm/N

BL Product (BL):

6.15 T-M

Diaphragm Mass Inc. Airload (Mms):

17.3021 grams

Surface Area of Cone (Sd):

366.0962 Surface Area of Cone (Sd):

Sound Pressure Level (spl):

93.84 db

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Michael Carlson
Just awesome!

Swapped out an old stock Fender speaker in my 2005 Pro Jr. for a Warehouse 10” Veteran and the amp sounds brilliant. Great, warm tone with nice
glassy cleans to good breakup.

Craig Humphrey
Exactly what I needed!

I built a new cabinet for my silverface Champ and tried a 12" Celestion Alnico Blue and liked it a bunch but decided I wanted something a little punchier, brighter, and lighter weight. The 4 ohm 10" Veteran is perfect in this little combo! Plenty loud enough but not so loud that I can't crank the amp to get the goods at a reasonable volume. Highly recommended!

Anders L.
Veteran 20 watt!

Simply put, WGS has the best sounding and best quality guitar speakers in the world. I’ve built many tube head / cab combinations and WGS have been the only speakers I’ve used since discovering them 10 years ago. For my most recent build, the 20 watt Veteran paired with 5 watt tube head sounds incredible and is perfect for small clubs, blues jams etc, Great “ Brown Sound” when cranked, and perfect warmth and clarity, but with an edge, when not. For sound, WGS gets down!

Miguel Padilla
The rumors were true...

I must have tried so many different types of 10 inch speakers to put in my custom 22 watt blackface amp. Some were good - cleans and breakup and others only excelled in one. The 10" veterans excelled my expectations and would agree with what everyone says about them. Clear but round and full with no harsh frequencies when pushed hard. I like these even more because they are lightweight compared to what I had in there before. All in all, you can't go wrong here. They will only sound better as time goes on. I say, go for it!

David Schmidt
Eternal 10”

Works great in my custom Bluesland Champ! Clear bass, not to harsh in the highs, which the little tweed has plenty of ! I chose the Veteran for that purpose and it’s working out nicely.

Artists that use this speaker:

Anton Newcombe

Anton Newcombe

Anton is the driving force of one of the most prolific groups in history, The Brian Jonestown Massacre. On tour and in his studio, Anton uses ET90s and Veteran 10s in his vintage Twin and Super Reverb combos, respectively.

Jamie Harvill

Jamie Harvill

Jamie Harvill runs his own independent publishing company in Nashville, where he has written and recorded several worship classics including Firm Foundation, Because We Believe, Garments of Praise (Revival in Belfast) and My Heart (Already There) for artists like Ron Kenoly, Don Moen, Kim Hill (Focus On the Family), The Motor City Mass Choir, Newsong, Truth, Petra, Promise Keepers, and Jeff and Sheri Easter.

Warren Mendonsa

Warren Mendonsa

Warren Mendonsa spent his first 25 years in Mumbai, India. During this time, he was part of rock band Zero, who grew to enjoy nationwide popularity among India's emerging rock scene, especially on the college festival circuit.

In 2004 Warren moved to New Zealand, playing with blues and folk artists like Midge Marsden, Donna Dean and Lorina Harding. During this time he also recorded two instrumental guitar-based solo albums under the moniker Blackstratblues, both which were released as digital-only downloads.

Warren is now back in India, and works as a sessions guitar player and producer/recording engineer. He plays gigs with Blackstratblues as an instrumental trio and with mainstream artists such as Vishal/Shekhar and (Oscar winner) A.R. Rahman.

Chris Troxell

Chris Troxell

Chris is a versatile player and educator who graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music. Before moving to Boston to attend Berklee he graduated the from the Musicians Institute with an Associates in Performance. He has also studied with pro’s like Scott Henderson, Steve Kimock, Keith Wyatt, Alan Hinds, Al Bonhomme, Jake Eckert, Dale Turner, Dave Tronzo, Dan Bowden, and Jim Kelly to name a few. He is currently performing full time with his band, Cover Story Entertainment.