Ceramic 10VS

Weight: 7.85 lbs, Diameter: 10″, Depth: 4.5″, Cutout size: 8.75″


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Uses the Silver Ten cone for a warmer, smoother tone.

10″, 50oz ceramic magnet, 40 watts, 1-3/4″ voice coil, ribbed cone.

Warm and clear, yet detailed and articulate. Later/smooth breakup,aggrssive, more headroom than the AlNiCo version.

Also available with Weber’s Hemp cone, which is a smoother, darker tone, with less attack (great for taming treble).

• What’s Dope?

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.

1 review for Ceramic 10VS

  1. David

    I purchased an older (mid 90s), but mint, 50 watt Peavey Classic 4X10 all tube amp from the original owner who had just bought/installed these Weber speakers. I had two previous amps just like it – one a 2X12 combo, the other a head and a 4X10 cab, so I am familiar with the tone and quality of sound of the factory speakers. The factory speakers were ok, but nothing to get excited about. Plain to dull? But when I got to know this setup, and tweaked the EQ settings etc, I noticed a lot of improvement. over what I was used to from the factory speakers (blue marvels made by eminence?). These, however, have a look and sound of quality. The lows snap and the highs chirp on a nice lead improve. The mids are even and smooth. I prefer 12s but if you have a combo /cab that requires tens – I would highly suggest a set. They can take a beating as well. The set I have were made in 2007, so ten years later they still sound good crisp and clean, and hold together real well even when you drive them hard. I did a try out for a local band with them – they had a Marshall 900 1/2 stack everybody else auditioned with. But they remembered and complemented how good my amp sounded. Bottom line, I am glad someone else really cared for their equipment, kept it like new and put much better speakers in it for me. Great for blues, rock, heavy metal, or whatever you play. even 10 years later. Isn’t that what you want from a speaker? Longevity AND tone quality?

    Experience: I have been playing almost 50 years, been in several local groups, rhythm and lead. My son plays as well. Classic Rock to Blues. Even some gospel – mostly acoustic there. so I have been around.
    Guitar: started at 12 with a 2nd hand strat copy, got my 1st Gibson at 19, learned by going to 1970s rock concerts, now I play a Gibson LP, Fender American Strat. and just about any 12 string.

    Hope this was helpful. keep on playing no matter what. Music is the voice of the heart.

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