Best Speaker for the new Fender 57 Tweed Pro Reissue
An updated version of the venerable tweed Pro that powered the inception and growth of rock ‘n’ roll, the hand-wired ’57 Custom Pro-Amp replicates this classic tone with style. This Sonically flexible amplifier is built around a vintage all-tube circuit that offers increased headroom, allowing you to generate the crisp, crystal-clear clean tones that Fender aficionados know and love at higher volumes.
Suggestion #1: 15F150A (8 ohm, 50w, light dope)
The 15F150-A sports the only "A" style cone in 15". The "A" cone is that inverted-rib seamed cone from the late 50's. The 15F150-A is perfect for delivering a nice presence to the high end, as well as the big natural low end. This speaker is great for "taking the blanket off the amp", if you know what that muffled sound is like. It's not a shrill or harsh treble - just a clarity on top that a lot of 15" speakers don't have.
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Suggestion #2: 15F150 (8 ohm, 50w, light dope)
The 15F150 is built the same way as the 15F150A, but with a standard mid 60's cone for a more balanced tone without any treble emphasis. This is a good choice if you want to keep things on the warmer side. This speaker is also just a little bit cleaner at higher volumes.
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