I switched from my 90's 200w EVM 12Ls to Eminence Delta Pro 12As. They are flatter, tighter, much higher RMS and reasonably priced.Couple of EVM-12ls ...... costly, seemingly overpowered, and heavy .... but they are really friendly to listen to.
Interesting ..... I take it they are lighter too?I switched from my 90's 200w EVM 12Ls to Eminence Delta Pro 12As. They are flatter, tighter, much higher RMS and reasonably priced.
I use a high gain and a very clean sound, both sound great through the Delta Pro 12A...
Thanks for the thoughtful reply. The Eminence Delta Pros are slightly lighter than the EV's, forgot about that.Interesting ..... I take it they are lighter too?
I've got my EVMs in a couple of Marshall 1x12 cabs and they are great sounding, but I also have a 2x12 H&K cab that came with a Grandmeister 36 rig I got used a couple of years ago. I have no love for V30s so I ripped them out and stuck in a couple of Celestion Redbacks (150W) to see what would happen. Turns out I've not much love for Celestion Redbacks either.
Perhaps those Eminences are worth a try.
Apologies for maybe going a bit off topic .... but changing speakers in his current cab is still an option for the OP so it's sorta relevanr