Eminence Legend 105 10in Guitar Spkr 75W 8 Ohm - 2021 report by Whydis

Eminence Legend 105 10in Guitar Spkr 75W 8 Ohm

Style:75 W, 8 Ohm  |  Size:10 Inch Impedance: 8 ohms Power Rating: 75W Maximum Power: Frequency Response: 100Hz-6kHz Voice Coil Diameter: 1.5",...

Reviews by Features

Price

(6 reviews)
Ship

(6 reviews)
Fender

(6 reviews)
Upgrade

(7 reviews)
Eminence

(3 reviews)
Break

(4 reviews)
Midrange

(4 reviews)
Response

(2 reviews)
Choice

(2 reviews)
End

(8 reviews)
Tone

(13 reviews)
Amp

(16 reviews)
Sound

(19 reviews)

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Reviews around price (5.00 of 5)

  • Great price, shipped quick and easy installation and an awesome upgrade to my Fender Excelsior amp
  • Thank you Orange County Speaker for providing this speaker at an affordable price!!
  • Parts Express had them at a VERY reasonable price, so I pulled the trigger without hesitation!
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Reviews around ship (5.00 of 5)

  • They also offered an exchance with free shipping for another unit
  • Great price, shipped quick and easy installation and an awesome upgrade to my Fender Excelsior amp
  • Amazon was priced fairly and the shipping was very fast
  • They took it back, and refunded my shipping and product cost
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Reviews around fender (5.00 of 5)

  • I used this to replace the stock speaker in my Fender Super Champ X2
  • Nice, Fender- chimey cleans are where the speaker is at its best, but it handles the overdrive pretty well also
  • I replaced the stock speaker in my Fender Super Champ X2 with this baby
  • If you're looking for the classic Fender sparkle, you may want to look at Jensen or another brand, but you can't go wrong with these if you're looking for a slightly warmer tone.
  • In-law got me this speaker for Christmas, I loved it so much that I got another one for my 1978 Fender Super Reverb.
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Reviews around upgrade (5.00 of 5)

  • It also has a nice speaker break up when pushed, which also has improved as it has broken in
  • Great price, shipped quick and easy installation and an awesome upgrade to my Fender Excelsior amp
  • You won't regret the upgrade from the original weak "custom" speaker that came stock.
  • The Eminence Legend 1058 Speaker obviously makes a fine upgrade to any amp using a stock factory installed speaker
  • Overall this is a nice upgrade to a VHT special 6 and potentially obviates the need for modifying the circuit
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Reviews around eminence (5.00 of 5)

  • Nice job Eminence on the legend line....again.
  • Currently Eminence recommends their Patriot "The Copperhead", however it would seem the majority of guitar players focus on annoying blues playing or boring country, which the Copperhead would be fine
  • If you are looking for a darker tone, I would recommend the Eminence Big Ben speaker as it tends to be less bright sounding

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Reviews around break (5.00 of 5)

  • It also has a nice speaker break up when pushed, which also has improved as it has broken in
  • Clean and clear with a nice smooth, controllable break-up starting near 12 oclock
  • For example, The sound from loud amps like Marshals and Fenders are very irritating to my ears, so I based my choice on reviews and information shared by amazon customers as well as on other websites and forums

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Reviews around midrange (5.00 of 5)

  • It also has a nice speaker break up when pushed, which also has improved as it has broken in
  • For example, The sound from loud amps like Marshals and Fenders are very irritating to my ears, so I based my choice on reviews and information shared by amazon customers as well as on other websites and forums
  • I'm not talking muted or dark, just a sweet clear midrange and hi frequency's with sold bass
  • The lows are solid and not boomy, the midrange just right, and very creamy chimey highs

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Reviews around response (5.00 of 5)

  • I am no expert, but I would describe the speaker as having a better than average bass response, an OK Mid response, and a slightly better than average High response
  • They remind me of something old with a nice even frequency response.

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Reviews around choice (5.00 of 5)

  • I recommend it as a good choice in a 15" guitar speaker when paired with an amp of higher than 40-50 watts
  • I probably like the Eminence better for a little more midrange honk, but that speaker was a good choice for that amp

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Reviews around end (4.26 of 5)

  • 75W 16 Ohm 10"SUMMARYSounds great, takes gain well, high end is clear but not pingy or ice picky
  • The deep low ends are marvilous and can rattle the windows/walls.
  • Its a very efficient speaker, made the amp louder, improved bass and mids plus a creamy high end
  • It has very good bottom end without sounding too loose.
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Reviews around tone (3.70 of 5)

  • If you're looking for the classic Fender sparkle, you may want to look at Jensen or another brand, but you can't go wrong with these if you're looking for a slightly warmer tone.
  • I thought about selling this amp because I didn't like the muddy tones I was getting out of it and thought it might need new tubes.
  • More efficient, love the tone, improved the amp so much
  • Better tone, overall louder, and now a 160 mph wind can't blow the amp over... it's a tank!
  • Overall, this is a great speaker that has greatly improved my blues tone.
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Reviews around amp (3.61 of 5)

  • Its a very efficient speaker, made the amp louder, improved bass and mids plus a creamy high end
  • Much better with this spanky little amp than the Weber, as much as it pains me to say that.
  • It made the amp a better version of itself which I am very happy about
  • Better tone, overall louder, and now a 160 mph wind can't blow the amp over... it's a tank!
  • It rounded out the bottom end and gave the amp serious growl
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Reviews around sound (3.07 of 5)

  • The CTS speakers could be a bit harsh sounding at times, but the 1058's have a nice balance tone
  • The circuits were separated into a stereo set up to be able to plug in two different guitar amps to enhance sound
  • If you are looking for a darker tone, I would recommend the Eminence Big Ben speaker as it tends to be less bright sounding
  • The bad unit also had intermittent coil rubbing which resulted in some odd sounds
  • I suspect it will handle much more power than the 25 watt Frontman has...since the Frontman costs $100 new, I didn't want to spend too much on a replacement speaker...as good as this one sounds, I am now wondering if I should have spent another $10-20 for the next one up the line!
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More about Eminence Legend 105 10in Guitar Spkr 75W 8 Ohm

  • Style:75 W, 8 Ohm  |  Size:10 Inch Impedance: 8 ohms Power Rating: 75W Maximum Power: Frequency Response: 100Hz-6kHz Voice Coil Diameter: 1.5", 38.1mm Depth: 4.1", 104mm Coil Construction: Copper voice coil Magnet Composition: Ferrite magnet Cone composition: Paper Cone Nominal Basket Diameter:10", 254mm Sensitivity: 98.7 Magnet Weight: 16 ounce Core Details: Non-vented core Coil Former: Polyimide former