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Pete Anderson talks about his favorite speaker, the Cannabis Rex.

February 16, 2011

This speaker has been an amazing adjustment for me in listening to speakers and how they respond and react. And I must say, from the speaker that was in this before which will go unnamed, the response this speaker seems to have, the only way I can describe it is that from ground-zero, the bottom of the tone to the top of the tone is just a complete and even climb to where the tone dies off at the top. So there’s no spike, there’s no bump of any kind that I perceive in these speakers, for me. And that was the biggest difference. So it was like actually a controllable window that I enjoyed, having my sound flow through to the public and to the listener. So it’s just a pleasing, kind of a clear speaker that doesn’t color your sound, doesn’t hype your sound, but anything that it would add to the sound, it seemed to be very even and responsive.

“Cannabis! Don’t smoke it, play it!”

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Billy Penn Reviews the Eminence Ragin Cajun

February 10, 2011

This is an excerpt from Billy Penn’s review. Read the full review at

The Eminence Ragin Cajun is an excellent choice if you have a small 1×10” amp that you want to get the absolute most out of or multi 10” configuration that needs a lift. It will transform a dull, seemingly lifeless amp into an open sounding dynamo! I now really wonder what a pair or a quad of Ragin Cajun’s would sound like……probably enormous with even more of a good thing.

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Dave Sheldon on Guitar Cab Mic Placement

February 8, 2011

Exes for Eyes guitarist, Dave Sheldon, discusses the 5 most popular methods for mic’ing a guitar cabinet. Dave used the Eminence Legend V128 for this video.

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Nick Sterling Demos the Eminence Black Mountain.

September 15, 2010

The amazingly talented Nick Sterling checks out the Eminence Black Mountain 12″ Alnico speaker in this video. The Black Mountain is a vintage American-voiced speaker with tight lows and warm, smooth upper mid emphasis and highs. It’s great for single note lead tone.

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Billy Penn Reviews the Red Fang 10

August 12, 2010

Our good friend Billy Penn from had this to say about the Eminence Red Fang 10: “This is a great speaker for many different styles of playing and would probably record very well in a studio. I’ve said it before but I’ll say it again. The Eminence Red Fang 10 is another winner and may have to reside on my Fender Super Champ for a while!!!”

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