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wgs g10c vs copperhead in a Princeton 68

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jt.devoghel_46062
08/30/2018 3:56pm

Hello

I know that people like to put an eminence copperhead in their princeton 65 reissue as it sound too bright to some ears.

The 68 is a slightly darker princeton flavor. Do you guys know the main difference between a wgs g10c vs copperhead? Main goal is to retain that Fender sound.

Thanks
JT

jt.devoghel_46062
09/01/2018 3:29pm

I already own a copperhead and I'm thinking about getting a g10c, but would like to know what difference it would make, especially in a Princeton 68

Thanks

jt.devoghel_46062
09/03/2018 1:00pm

No one?

jt.devoghel_46062
09/06/2018 4:28pm

Nobody?

jt.devoghel_46062
09/06/2018 4:28pm

Nobody?

VAUGHN SKOW
09/06/2018 6:25pm

Man ... I have never heard/played through the Emi Copperhead ... so I can't make any kind of comparison, sorry!
A G10C is a huge, loud, bold, fat and juicy, yet also crisp ten ... the best ten I've ever heard, and the speaker that brought me to the WGS family nearly a decade ago when I reviewed the speaker for Vintage Guitar Magazine ... and just had to find out who these WGS guys were ... cuz I was so impressed!