Mojotone Anthem 10" 35W Guitar Speaker 8 ohm

7Reviews
$69.95
SKU: 8455734
Weight: 4.31 lb
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A huge part of being a musician is being intentional about your work. This concept can apply to sound, songwriting, aesthetic, and even gear selection; which goes hand-in-hand with the philosophy behind our Anthem Series Speakers. Each speaker in our Anthem Series was purpose-built to optimize their overall power and functionality without compromising their finely-tuned classic American-voiced tone. After hundreds of hours of research, parts selection, and testing, we’re confident we have outfitted each of these speaker baskets with their perfect paper, voice coil, and magnet counterparts. Straight-seamed ribbed cones, were chosen for their superior performance and unmatched tone, and top-shelf voice coils and magnets have been carefully paired to each of their respective speaker cone sizes.
  • Size 10" Speaker
  • Voice Coil 1.25" Voice Coil
  • Magnet 15 oz Ceramic Magnet
  • Power Handling 35 Watts
  • Efficiency 97 dB
  • Voice Coil Type Nomex voice coil
  • Weight 3.5lbs

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4/7/2024 10:22 am

Perfect in a Princeton

by Emerson S

Very impressed. Using this in a Princeton Reverb. I had gone through 6 other speakers, even trying various 12” like Celestion and Eminence, but that seemed to lose the character of the Princeton Reverb. The Anthem 10 is exactly what I wanted. American voiced, highs are nice but not harsh. Great mids, and the low end is perfect, not boomy but full and tight. Great speaker.

3/29/2024 12:26 pm

Great budget speaker for Fender and Fender'y tones

by skullbone

I picked up four 16 ohm Anthem 10's for a 4x10 cabinet. I use this cabinet with a 1970 Bandmaster and sometimes with a Mesa Mark I reissue head. They are still breaking in, and with each practice/gig I'm noticing them opening up. They don't feel like they are 97dB, they feel a little softer than that. They remind me a lot of the CTS speakers in the 1971 Super Reverb I used to have, especially with the Bandmaster. Great budget speaker for Fender and Fender'y tones.