George Lynch speaker

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  1. Rickfox

    Rickfox Member

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    Any opinions, users? Curious. I like darker speakers, am told this is it...
     
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    Are those available in the Genz-Benz GB 212G-Flex?
     
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    Yes.. I'd say it's exactly this. Still has the Greenback tonality, but just a bit darker sounding
     
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    RLW59 Well-Known Member

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    Which one? Celestion G1250GL Lynchback? Eminence George Lynch V12?

    Or are you asking about the Genz Benz George Lynch G-Flex cabs?

    (Both the Lynch G-Flex and the later G-Flex after he took his endorsement elsewhere had GBE 1240 speakers, made by Celestion and similar to G12T75's.)
     
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    I am using the Celestion Lynchback IR and it amazing. One of my favorites. I want to try the real deal soon. I was thinking of replacing my 25 Watt Greenbacks in my 2 x 12 to give me a 100 Watt 2 x 12 cabinet.
     
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    Yes, got one GL 50, have to say it's indeed a bit darker sounding.
    Although it still has plenty of highs for a nice crunch.
    To me it sounds like a 'modern' sounding speaker, but just a little darker then usual.
    Think V30, M65 Creamback but less harshness.
     

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