Weight: 7.6 lbs, Diameter: 10.19″, Depth: 4.375″, Cutout size: 8.75″


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The favorite for Princeton Reverb:
(if you use no pedals for dirt and you want the speaker to break up a little): [10F150T, 8 ohm, 25w, light dope]
(if you use pedals for dirt or you want the speaker to stay cleaner): [10F150T, 8 ohm, 50w, light dope].

For mid 60’s amps using ceramic 10’s where a bright, articulate tone is desired. Replaces Chicago Jensen C10Q, Oxford ceramic 10, CTS ceramic 10. Our most popular replacement for Princetons and Princeton Reverbs.

10″, 40oz ceramic magnet, 25 or 50 watt, 1-1/2″ voice coil, seamed, ribbed cone. Loud, big bottom, clear, aggressive highs, later/smooth breakup.

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Speaker: 10F150T
Guitar Style: Telecaster
Amp Style: Fender


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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.

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9 reviews for 10F150T

  1. Sanjay (verified owner)

    I just installed this on the 12" XCab using a baffle 12 to 10" baffle converter. Why the 12" XCab ? Because I wanted a slightly bigger air displacement volume of sound. I use this speaker for driving a custom built P2P Princeton head by King Amplifier Company. I test drove this last night with my hardtail Strat (Lindys Split Blades Noiseless pickups). I opened the back of the cabinet to let it breathe all directions. The speaker is clean and warm till about volume 7/8. At 8 it begins to growl like a well mannered tiger and that sound is enormously pleasing. Think Clapton+Cream drives. Loud, controlled. Totally jazzed by this purchase. Would highly recommend this as a Princeton stock replacement.

  2. Kevin (verified owner)

    Running in a 68 Custom Silver face Princeton Reverb. I have been playing through this speaker for 5 hours with my custom stratocaster, Fralin Vintage Hots. This is the speaker for this amp as the description states. Adds much more volume, tighter low end. Adds a much better balance from E to E. Does not flub out at higher volume like the stock speaker for which we will not name! Stays together when pushed and gives a smooth breakup. Even the reverb sounds better which I did not expect from a speaker change. 25 watts at 8 ohms, light dope. I do use pedals for a volume bump but speaker breaks up nicely with out the pedal as well. Excellent tone blues/rock city. Just threw in a 5Y3GT rectifier and wow this amp is now in the sweet spot after a rebias of course! Thank you weber for impressing me for the third time. Exceptional speakers in a class all their own.

  3. Paul (verified owner)

    I have a 1963 brown Princeton that I have had for years. I have tried many speakers in it. Some sounded better than others, but I always felt that none were quite right. Now I’ve known for some time that this speaker is all the rage for Princeton Reverbs. The brown Princeton has a very different circuit, so I figured this speaker would be not quite right as well. I ordered the 25 watt version with no dope, and fortunately I was wrong. This speaker brought the amp to life! The amp now has the tone and response I always thought it should have. It went from being just a cool old amp, to a "to die for" sounding old amp. Kudos to TA and the gang.

  4. Gary Small

    After reading the descriptions of the various vintage series 10 inch speakers, I went with Mr. Weber’s recommendation that this was his favorite speaker for a Princeton. I acquired an original 66 BF Princeton Reverb and I didn’t want to risk blowing out the original Jensen. The Weber speaker is a very big improvement!!! I like deep Fender cleans with thunderous reverb and I can not believe the huge sound that now comes out of such a low wattage amp. I bought the speaker in early 2009 and it’s not going anywhere. I just acquired 90’s era Fender Custom Vibrolux and I’m thinking I may go with this speaker again. Thanks Weber folks!!!

  5. Antony (verified owner)

    My Princeton AA1164 build took me over a year, the research on speaker types was huge. I ended purchasing this speaker, and it sat for another year while i built the amp. I had a large PT and OT (25 watt, 6K6) built . I AM EXTREMELY HAPPY WITH THIS SPEAKER! The volume is huge with 6V6STR biased at 12 watts, and deafening with 6L6GC biased at 20 watts. Im glad i stuck with a 10 inch, the bottom end is massive, no need for making a 12 inch fit. Thankyou you guys at Weber, you rock!

  6. Jeremy (verified owner)

    I recently bought a 65 Princeton Reverb Reissue with the Jensen P10r. This speaker was supposedly an upgrade over the stock speaker. The amp was so harsh and bright I was running the treble at 1 and my ton rolled back half way on my tele and it was STILL harsh and bright. I ordered this speaker with the mindset that I would sell the amp if this didn’t improve the sound. I received my speaker and installed it and immediately noticed a HUGE difference in sound quality. Nice full lows a pleasant bump in mids and the treble is smooth with an almost singing quality. Oh and as others have stated….the reverb even sounds better with this speaker!! Don’t hesitate…if you have a Princeton…this is THE speaker you want!!

  7. Mike Milligan

    I have tried NUMEROUS speakers of the years, but none have made my two 1967 Super Reverbs COME ALIVE! The 10F150T is LOUD! CLEAN! CREAMY! They’re not light! But The weight is worth it! I use EIGHT of them between my two Super Reverbs. I use everal simple pedals in front and they LOVE them! Tube Screamer, Wah…you name it, they dig it! The 10F150Ts have been with me on stage all over the USA for the past 10 years w some of the GREATS (BB, Cray, Buddy..)! Many often are curious as to how my amps sound so good. I just have them peek inside the back, and there you go!

  8. AntonyB (verified owner)

    Fender 68 Customer Princeton Reverb.
    3rd speaker test (from stock Celestion Ten-30, to WGS G10C to finally Weber 10F150T 8Ohm 50W light dope). Wow, so much more definition and clarity after just a few hours of playing (humbuckers on early 2013 ES-335). As mentioned above, I also feel like the reverb sounds better. Also eq seems more effective (treble and bass on amp), or tone control on guitar.
    Thank you again for this suggestion!

  9. Danny (verified owner)

    The description is not wrong – if you have a Princeton or Princeton Reverb, stop your search. This is the one. I have a silverface Princeton (non-reverb). There’s a lot of misinformation out there about this amp supposedly having more headroom than the Princeton Reverb, but the facts are that, with the missing gain stage, it’s just plain quieter, despite having the same 2x6v6 power section. The inefficient Jensen the amp came with sounded anemic, but the Weber really woke the amp up. It seems like it doubled in wattage. Now, with a good clean boost up front to slam the preamp tubes a little harder, this amp absolutely smokes. The Weber sounds so much more three-dimensional and touch sensitive, and makes the little Princeton sound like a much bigger amp. Can’t wait to try it on stage!

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