TV the Wired Turtle
I Bleed Orange
Double Platinum Member
- Jul 25, 2009
4 weber blues would have grindy jangle like celestion blues but w more forward throat and compression. The orange slant closeback cab would bring grunt and authority but being that the weber blues arent doped like the usual celestion vintage 30 suspects, the sound will be more compressed than hitting you in the chess with the usual clanging sonic punch. Sorry I have no graphs, just lots of wasted time and money on equipment plus bullship.Maybe I should start another thread about this, but as someone who just buys fancy combos and depends on the manufacturer to match the speaker, I have no idea what different cabs do. So when presented with a range of different sizes, numbers, open/closed, back, slant, etc., I have no clue about the significance. 4x12 weber blue something in orange slant closed back (just made that up) means absolutely nothing to me. I would love cab options that are more descriptive of the actual sound (e.g.scooped, tight bass, etc.). Even some sort of graph of the eq response would be helpful so I can compare cabs and know which cabs might be a good choice if I want something different in a patitular way.
But maybe that's cuz these products aren't made for people like me.