Black Shuck

Weight: 10.6 lbs, Diameter: 12.19″, Depth: 5.25″, Cutout size: 10.75″


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TONECVLT, TONE CVLT Legendary low end for the most demanding situations.


12″, 60oz ceramic magnet, 200 watt, 2″ voice coil, 55Hz ribbed cone. For the most low end and highest power situations. Sounds great with fuzz. Can take a beating without blowing (even if you are trying to get a blown speaker sound). Perfect for downtuned guitars, as well as baritone guitars. Can also be used in conjunction with our Bass12’s for an expansive heavy bass cab.


All TONECVLT speaker orders include a badge to display on the front of your cab, to let everyone know why your tone is so good.


Note about impedance: we offer these speakers in 12- and 24-ohm as an option, specifically for 6×12 cabinets, which avoids the common problem of some speakers receiving more power than others, but rather balances it out so each speaker can be as full as possible. (24-ohm series-parallel = 16 ohm cab. 12-ohm series-parallel = 8 ohm cab. see diagram)


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All TONECVLT Series speakers are heavily doped for maximum gain.


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 Black Shuck

  1. Lloyd (verified owner)

    Put it this way: will substantially broaden the frequency range of low-mids and lows with a level of ‘tightness’ and articulation that has to be heard to be believed. Just unreal punch, as well. Probably the best speaker investment I’ve ever made. Blows the regular British series way out of the water.

  2. Rob (verified owner)

    I had been eyeing this speaker for about a year. I could not find any reviews or demos, so I had to blindly purchase them and I’m glad I did.

    I have a vertical Mesa 2X12 cab and I did not like the V30’s that came in it. I tried a few other speakers, but nothing really panned out. I had settled with a Swamp Thang and a Jensen Electric lighting before purchasing these.

    The Black Shucks have very nice, prominent highs. The highs are not piercing, or icepicky, or shrill or thin. They are very sweet sounding, without any harshness regardless if playing clean, slight breakup, heavy distortion or full blown sludged out fuzz.

    The mids are very pleasant also. They are very articulate and you won’t have to worry about getting lost in the mix. I used to have the mids on my EQ set to 2 o’clock, but I was able to back them off to noon. Very pleasant sounding, very articulate, with no harshness.

    The lows are fantastic on this speaker. They don’t overpower the other frequencies and there is zero mud here. No flubbing out, even with a seven string and mass amounts of fuzz.

    For me, this speaker is perfection no matter what style I am playing, what effect I’m throwing at it, or what guitar I’m using. The only complaint that I have is that I waited so long to purchase it. My quest for the perfect speaker has ended with these.

  3. vikingjulian

    I had an Atlas 2×12 made with two of these Black Shucks to order, and these are genuinely the most versatile speakers I’ve ever used. It handles guitar and bass with tons of headroom with ease. I run a 1976 Marshall JMP 2203 100w Mk2 through it, and sometimes an Orange Dark Terror. This will handle every genre you can throw at it, plus it eats pedals for breakfast without breaking a sweat with as much gain or fuzz as you can handle.

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