Weight: 5.35 lbs, Diameter: 10.19″, Depth: 4.75″ no cover, 5.375″ with cover, Cutout size: 8.75″


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For late 50’s and early 60’s amps (Bassman, Concert, etc.) using AlNiCo 10’s. Replacement for Chicago Jensen P10Q in all Fender applications.

10″, 11oz AlNiCo plug magnet, 20 or 30 watt, 1-1/4″ voice coil, seamed cone.

Bright, punchy, later/smooth breakup, aggressive, articulate, compressed/fattened at high volume. The favorite for late 50’s tweed amps such as Super, Bandmaster, Bassman, etc.

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Speaker: 10A125
Guitar Style: Telecaster
Amp Style: Fender (closed cab)


Speaker: 10A125
Guitar Style: Telecaster
Amp Style: Fender (open cab)



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Ted Weber Speakers are built with tighter, more concentric voice coil gaps, and lower carbon, machined steel parts in the magnet circuits which yield a stronger, more controlled tone at all volumes, particularly in the low end at high volumes.


Ted Weber Speakers are hand-built to order, to ensure the best attention to detail is paid to your speaker.  We build them one at a time, on a table – not hundreds at a time on an assembly line.  This allows us to reduce the margin for error and produce an overall higher-quality speaker.  Please allow 7-10 business days for your order to be built and then shipped.

7 reviews for 10A125

  1. Sanjay

    I miss Ted in every note that comes out of the legacy speakers his creations have built.

    I use this speaker in my Fender Pro Junior. The stock speaker sounded really depressing and this change helped to open out that sound. Fender Pro Junior is not the best amp out there but with a speaker as good as this and some good blues notes bending, you will be amazed at the sound that come out of the speaker ! I use these tubes inside
    V1=Sovtek 5881
    V2=Tungsol AX7

    I am sharing the mail that Ted wrote many years back as a recommendation to my question.

    From: Ted Weber <ted@webervst.com>
    To: Sanjay
    Sent: Thursday, June 12, 2008 12:45 PM
    Subject: Re: Need your help regarding 10" speaker for my Fender Pro Junior 15W amp

    For that, I would use a 30 watt 10A125, lightly doped, well broken in by us.

    Thanks very much,

    Weber Speakers
    3111 Easy St.
    Kokomo, Indiana USA 46902
    Fax 765.452.6228

    At 04:19 PM 6/11/2008, you wrote:
    Greetings Ted

    Need your help.

    I just bought a Fender Pro Junior and I want to replace the speaker on that to a Weber. Its a 15W amp and has a 10" speaker.

    Can u make some speaker recommendations ?

    – sanjay

  2. Doug (verified owner)

    I needed to replace the speakers in my Vintage 65 Fender Tremolux. I researched all the brands and models before deciding on Weber’s. I am so glad I choose Weber Speakers!

    I contacted Weber and asked for advise on possible models based on the styles of music I play. I promptly received an Email from CJ and was given some options. I took CJ’s Suggestion and went with 2 different speakers a 10A125 and a 10F150. I received them in 10 days and installed them. They really brought the amp back to life. The 2 different speaker voicing’s really complement each other without overpowering the other. Perfect blend!

    I must say the level of customer service from this company is almost non-existent in the business today. Weber is an outstanding company with customer focused business model. They want you to be happy beyond the sale.

    I own amps with speakers from other companies and I will choose Weber first from now on.


  3. Firecracker (verified owner)

    I put two 30w lite dope, in a Fender `63 Vibroverb reissue, pulled the original Oxfords out and tried two RI Jensen C10Q for awhile, but hit the bullseye with these! Everyone who hears the amp now, says the same thing, WOW! These have plenty of bottom and the more I play, the better the highs sound. They did give the amp alittle more headroom. With these alnico,s and the NOS tubes, I could,nt ask for a better sounding amp, very impressive! The difference in sound, was like night and day. Many thanks to the Weber team!

  4. Scott

    I have tried many speakers in my Princeton Reverb Reissue.
    10F150 – loud, up-front, good sounding
    Original Jensen – wonderful sound but "farts out" early
    I had this speaker laying around and thought, "What the heck, I’ll give it a try". BOOM!!! Exactly what I was looking for. I’m so impressed that I’ve ordered a 12A125 for my Princeton Reverb Reissue with a 12-inch speaker.
    Lesson learned: Never get rid of your old speakers, you never know when they may be exactly what you’re looking for. Especially if they’re Webers.

  5. Sean

    I have, and have had so many Weber Speakers its hard to keep track. Silver pups, Blue pups, Blue Dog, signature 8, 8a150-0, 10f150t and probably a few more. I love them all in their own ways.
    But this speaker, the 10a125t is the sweet spot for me. I put it into a nice Pine cabinet and this thing is excellent sounding, articulate, sweet, balanced and full of life. Its on the brighter side as advertised and I love it. Great work guys.
    I would always recommend Weber Speakers to anybody.

  6. Danny

    On a whim, I picked up a 10A125 from Weber’s b-stock selection with the intention of using it in my Fender Pro Junior. For kicks, I tried it in my ’75 Princeton Amp (non-reverb). Different from the 10F150T I’ve had in the amp – I liked the breakup, but ultimately, I feel like, true to Weber’s recommendation, the 10F150T was the better choice for that amp. The ceramic speaker really brings out the best of the BF/SF voicing and gives it the spank and twang it deserves.

    In the Pro, on the other hand… man, this 10A125 sings! The alnico compression helps to soften the rough edges, without giving it a British vibe. Feels more like a supercharged Tweed Champ. I’ve thought about upgrading the cabinet, but ultimately feel it defeats the purpose of the Pro Jr., and I’m glad I didn’t, because the 10A125 has a wonderfully-dimensional presence in this circuit. It seems to be a good volume match for the 10F150T in the Princeton, but offers a bit more breakup – these amps are going to sound wonderful in a blended 2-amp rig on stage.

    As always, the Weber crew’s customer service is second-to-none. Thanks guys!

  7. Jon L. (verified owner)

    These are a tremendous value. I bought a pair to use for a project 65 Reissue Deluxe Reverb in which I’m using 2 10′ speakers rather than 1 12′. With a recommendation from CJ after explaining what I was doing, I bought 2 30w 16 ohm with light dope and asked for a break in. It gives you a good head start on softening then up.
    Not my only Weber speakers but my first alnicos. I am really happy with this choice so thank you to CJ and the Weber team for these beauties. They sound amazing and I’m so impressed with them. I can really dial in an amazing clean tone and they respond well to bit of grit from an OD pushing the amp. I don’t know why I waited so long to get these. The 10F150’s I’m using in a Hot Rod Deville are great but I’m in love with these 10A125’s.
    They aren’t overly bass heavy but have a great punchy response. Mids are smooth and the highs are very present without making you cringe. Very sweet. With the Eminence speakers I was using I would roll my guitar tone down substantially and lose some of the high mids and upper register. I’m backing it off a lot less and the results are a much fuller spectrum overall. I have no doubt that as these are played in over the years I’ll just enjoy them that much more. They’re very well built like all of their offerings, so you really are getting a great speaker at a great price.

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