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Iggy KFeb 23, 2009 5:44 PM GMT
I need to replace speaker on my Pro Jr.
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Jensen C10Q or Weber 10A125 are both great for a Pro Jr.
I had the Jensen C10Q in mine.
Weber 10A125-O with the H dustcap. You'll have to remove the bell cover, but it fits nicely and it sounds great! You can actually make use of the tone control.
They are right...although, I prefer the ceramic "F" version...the Web Sig series are great too!
I had an Alnico Weber Sig in my Pro Jr. It wasn't as loud as the vintage series, but the tone was fantastic. I played through one with a Weber F-series ceramic, it was nice, too. It's was a more "in your face" sound. The 10A125-O sounded more like a vintage speaker.
If you go with a Weber, get the H dustcap. It'll kill off some of the brightness of the speaker.
I didn't find where to buy Weber in Russia and I bought Jensen C10Q for my russian clone of Pro Jr (Yerasov GTA15r). It works good, better than celestion silver (which was in stock one) and I like it much.
I have replaced the speaker on my Pro Junior with an Eminence Delta Demon and just love the warmth and complete lack of overly harsh highs.
I have also swapped the Jensen(Jensen C12) out of my Hot Rod Series Blues Junior NOS with a 12" Eminence Cannabis Rex. Nice, Dark, and Grungy when dialed in just right... The jensen sounded quite good(better than the Fender "special design" POS that comes with the stock BJ) but the Eminence just hit the tone I was looking for spot on...
I played through a Pro Jr with a Weber Vintage ceramic in it. It was a cool sound. It was plenty loud and very toneful. It might have been a wee bit louder than mine Pro Jr with the 10A125-O in it. It was a very nice "in your face" kind of sound. I could have easily used that speaker instead of the Alnico one.