Weight: 4.75 lbs, Diameter: 8.25″, Depth: 4.125″, Cutout size: 6.75″


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For replacement of vintage Chicago Jensen P8R, P8Q, C8R, and other 8″ applications.

8″, 11oz AlNiCo plug magnet, 20 watts, 1-1/4″ voice coil, ribbed cone.

Bright, detailed, later breaker. Brighter and chimier than the standard 8A125, compressed/fattened at high volume. Will not fit in tweed, or early BF Champs, (but WILL fit in Weber and Mojo 5F1 cabs) – The narrow basket will fit into 70’s SF Champs, and might fit in other tight-fitting combo amps – some amps can be tricky.

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• What’s an H dustcap?

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.

• What’s an H dustcap?

4 reviews for 8A125T

  1. SteveC

    Just put a 3.2 ohm, 20 watt 8A125Tin my ’69 VC set to pre CBS specs. Wow! — what a great speaker! Strong bass, sweet mids, really nice clear top end. So much better than the original and most new 8’s I’ve tried. Really loud full up but balanced, sweet and touch sensitive at all volumes. Jazz, blues, rock, country, in-between — it’s all there. The 1 1/4″ voice coil really delivers the volume & bass (that can’t possibly be an 8″!) the rest is all Fender “big amp”; shimmer, responsiveness and muscle. Top end is all blackface & no ice-pick ( go 20W “T” cone!). Cranked: buttery, harmonically rich woman tone; nice crunch with treble up. This speaker lets the VC own all those Fender tones -plus that single-ended “extra something.”

  2. Hanno

    Got one 8A125 and one 8A125-T for my one-channel Deluxe clone. The 8A125 sounds more vintage than the 8A125-T. Because the T version has more treble, It sounds more clear and open at low volume. You might think that it’s louder, although I think they are both quite the same when played at higher volume. I couldn’t find any information about the sensitivity, so I don’t recommend to combine it with an 8A100 or 8A150, because the difference in volume could be too much.

  3. Daniel (verified owner)

    Fit & finish are both flawless and a side-by-side comparison with whatever factory/stock speaker you are replacing is laughable. Very good sounding speaker that I will no doubt enjoy for years to come.

    Sorry, I don’t use musical hyperbole in reviews and describe its sound with non-musical adjectives like crunchy, chewy, "like butter", etc. I will say the "T" in this model stands for treble and I’m playing with a single-coil Tele (the resulting sound will not resemble a hand tool that turns a block of ice into smaller chunks….in your ear).

  4. walkerfamilyfive (verified owner)

    Fantastic upgrade to a vibe champ build I just completed. Got the 20 watt 4 ohm version. Clean and bite in one small package- Absolutely love Weber speakers!

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