Red Alnico
8 and 16 Ohm
10" & 12"
50 Watt
Black Alnico
8 and 16 Ohm
12"
60 Watt
40 / 40 Ceramic
8 and 16 Ohm
12"
40 Watt
40 / 40 Ceramic
8 and 16 Ohm
10"
40 Watt
Nashville Alnico\Ceramic
8 and 16 Ohm
12"
75 Watt
San Rafael Ceramic
8 and 16 Ohm
10" & 12"
25 Watt
Low Watt Alnico
8 and 4 Ohm
8" & 10” & 12”
25 Watt
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Super Boy Bass Ceramic
8 and 16 Ohm
10"
150 Watt
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Super Man Bass Neodymium
15"
400 Watt
Chicago Blue Alnico
8 and 16 Ohm
12"
30 Watt
Hemp for Victory!
Ceramic vs Alnico
Hemp vs Paper
Hemp is the name of the fiber that is cultivated from plants of the Cannabis genus. Hemp has been used for industrial purposes including paper, textiles, biodegradable plastics, construction, health food and fuel.

Hemp fibre used for speaker cones provides a durable, tear resisitant and water resistant cone. The long fibre of hemp provides better sound reproduction and longer sound waves.
Alnico is an iron alloy which in addition to iron is composed primarily of aluminium (Al), nickel (Ni) and cobalt (Co), hence al-ni-co, with the addition of copper, and sometimes titanium. Alnico is inherently a warmer and smoother tone.

Ceramic (ferrite) magnets are composed of strontium carbonate and iron oxide. Ceramic magnets tend to produce a brighter, edgier tone and work great in 4x12 sealed back cabinets.
Hempcone® speakers deliver an organic and natural sound. By using hemp fibers instead of paper, the hemp cone delivers a consistently sweeter sound that many professional musicians rely on to optimize their recording sessions and live performances.

Paper cones will dry out, become brittle and give a brittle tone. Hemp provides a rich, full spectrum of tone from a cone that is stronger and more flexable.
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