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G10C/S Pairing

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Ben Huddle
09/22/2019 3:16pm

I recently acquired a Marshall Micro Stack. I have pulled the cheap speakers and have put a G10C/S in the bottom cab. I would like to create a nice pairing with the top cabinet. I will run a Mesa TA-15 through them, so I need a versatile combination, but tend to stay on the Fender and Vox tones (very little appetite for harsh distortion). My thought is a G10C, or an ET10. I may also drill a few large holes in the back of the cabinets to give the upgraded speakers some breathing room. Any thoughts? Thanks!

VAUGHN SKOW
09/28/2019 7:57pm

G10C for sure ... and I'd actually make those cabs 1/3-open back ... that's what I did, and it really opened them up. Those cabs are certainly too tiny to be sealed!

Ben Huddle
10/25/2019 12:54pm

As you suggested, I paired a G10C (top cabinet) with a G10C/S (bottom) in a Marshall micro stack, and opened up the backs by 1/3 (drilled five 1-1/2” holes and inserted desktop cable management grommets, so I can plug them to return to a closed back if desired). WOW! What a sound, and what a flexible set-up! I can run them in parallel, which is deep, yet articulate and very open. Or, I can run each cabinet individually to capture the nuances each speaker has to offer. Thanks for the guidance...this may be my favorite set-up ever!

VAUGHN SKOW
11/05/2019 8:08pm

Yea ... it's actually AMAZING what those little cabs can do with the right speakers and the ability to BREATHE ... ain't it?!?