Weight: 6.35 lbs, Diameter: 10.19″, Depth: 5″ no cover, 5.375″ with cover, Cutout size: 8.75″


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For mid 60’s amps using AlNiCo 10’s where big low end and tons of midrange punch is desired.

10″, 40oz AlNiCo magnet, 25 or 50 watt, 1-1/2″ voice coil, ribbed cone.

Warm, loud, later/smooth breakup, aggressive, compressed/fattened at high volume.

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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.

3 reviews for 10A150

  1. Scott McCullough

    This speaker delivers everything Weber promises–it’s warm, loud, and full, with a ton of punch. It’s got bottom end like a locomotive, superb, singing midrange, and nice clarity into the high end without any harshness. I paired one of these with a smooth-cone 10A150-O in the bottom of an open-backed TRM 410 cabinet. On top I installed a 10A125-O and a 10A125, with the ribbed and smooth cones in an X pattern. That combination of cones and VCs creates a thrilling quartet of voices. Weber’s vintage series are closely matched in efficiency, so the sound of the four speakers together is perfectly balanced–each voice stands out clearly, but none of them dominates the mix. I highly recommend this setup for harp players looking for That Sound.

  2. Chadwick (verified owner)

    I bought this speaker (10A150 8 ohms 50 watts light doping) to go in a all original (except for a cap job) 1973 Fender Princeton Reverb. I went with light doping and had Weber break the speaker in before it shipped.

    The 10A150 took the Princeton from a great sounding amp to a truly magical, three dimensional, boutique sound. The original speaker I had installed in the amp was a vintage 1963 Jensen C10N, which wasn’t cheap at $300. The Jensen was great but the Weber 10A150 totally blew it away right out of the box.

    The cone used in the 10A150 has the slightest roll off of the high frequencies that removes any harshness from the treble. It’s sweet tonally and never harsh with perfectly balanced mid range and bass even with the amp dimed, which is where I run the Princeton. I control everything with the volume knob on the guitar.

    If you are wanting the classic unaltered Fender sound then naturally I’d recommend the 10F150T. But if you want that little bit of extra 3D sparkle and sweetness that takes your amp from great to holy grail. Then the 10A150 is what you’re looking for. Yes it’s more expensive than ceramic but AlNiCo is where it’s at. Especially for recording.

    I’ve purchased several speakers from Weber and everytime the service is top notch and the speakers are just incredible. Can’t recommend Weber enough and I never write gear reviews. I just had to take the time to give credit where it’s due.

  3. Daniel (verified owner)

    I ordered the 10a150 25w with Light dope for my Princeton Reverb. Has full/warm classic sound and is exactly what I was looking for. Strong lows, warm midrange and detailed high end. Very balanced in this amp and not harsh in any way (even with treble maxed out). This 10in speaker is loud! I tried a 12in 12a150 in this amp before and the 10 feels much more touch sensitive.

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