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FS: Eminence Lady Luck speaker


Dean Roddey
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I replaced the Eminence speaker in my Valve Jr. cab with a nice Weber vintage speaker. So I don't have any need for this guy. It has very few hours of use and probably is really just beyond the fully broken in stage. It looks immaculately new. I was actually kind of suprised at how spiffy it looks, given that few people ever probably pull the cab open to look at them.

 

If someone wants it, I'll sell it for $45 plus shipping. I'm in CA, Silicon Valley area. The cabs are $150, and I figure at least half of the cost of it is the speaker, if not more, so $45 seems like a reasonable price for it, particularly given how little use it's had.

 

It's a 70 watt, 16 ohm, 12" speaker. They aren't available, AFAIK, except in the Epi amps, i.e. not sold separately I don't think.

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Eminence and Epiphone engineers collaborated to develop the Lady Luck speaker specifically for the newer line of Epiphone Amplifiers (Blues Custom 2x12, Valve Jr 1x12 ext. cab and 4x12 SoCal cab). The development and testing of this speaker was in process for about two years. The speaker is a 16 ohm model and is rated for 70 watts RMS. Each speaker sports a custom Epiphone/Eminence finish in Mustard Yellow along with the Lady Luck label on the back. The speaker has a stamped steel frame, a front a rear sealing gasket, a 34 oz magnet, 1.75" voice coil, a full paper cone with paper edge, and a cloth dust cap. This speaker has a sensitivity of 99dB and a useable frequency range from 80Hz-5kHz. It has a very smooth response from the low-end through the mid range. It also has a very nice top end sparkle. The speaker was engineered to exhibit very warm, and smooth break-up modes. The tonality of the amp is such that very little tonal coloration from the speaker was desired. Consequently, the speaker was engineered to provide a subtle, yet effective compliment to the amplifier.

 

straight from eminence.

 

cheers!

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