Finally, the wait is over. We have created a 10" speaker that captures all the tone and mojo of our extremely popular 12" Green Beret. The Green Beret 10 boasts the same midrange push, articulate top end, and warm, harmonically rich breakup of its larger namesake. It also sports an impressive amount of low end for a 10" speaker. With a 1.5" voice coil and a paper former, this speaker drips with a vintage tone. If you've been looking for a classic British tone in a 10" speaker the Green Beret 10 delivers.
Review of Mark Dobner on 10" Green Beret - 25 watts
I have a 68 Custom Princeton Reverb. It was designed for early breakup. The stock speaker is a British lower end 10". It sounds great below 4. The Green Beret 10" is the perfect upgrade for this amp. It retains the Brit sound. Keeps the bass in check and is touch sensitive. It adds some volume as well. Perfect for this amp.
Review of Donna on 10" Green Beret - 25 watts
I got the Green Beret 10” 25 W. 8 ohm speaker to replace the original Celestion G10D-25 in my vintage (late 80’s) Marshall 5005 Lead 12 combo. The Green Beret really makes a huge difference in the sound of this amp! It literally put new life back into this awesome old Marshall. This speaker sounds phenomenal over driven and clean up good as well. It’s a very well-balanced speaker and is far superior to the original Celestion! I would also like to add that the mounting holes were a perfect fit and no modification was required.
After years of touring, Roger is now producing & doing session work. Eaton has toured with Barbara Mandrell, Lorrie Morgan, Joe Diffe, Tanya Tucker, and many others. He is also a substitute guitarist in the Grand Ole Opry staff band.
"I have replaced nearly every speaker in my arsenal with WGS & haven't looked back.Thanks Guys!"
Chris Butler is a Nashville based guitar player who stays busy playing for numerous different artists, and uses nothing but Warehouse Guitar Speakers. "WGS are tonally the best speakers I have found in my years of playing, and in my search for the 'Perfect Tone' that we are all after. I recommend WGS to every guitar player.” Chris says.
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