Mojotone Greyhound 12" 70W Speaker 16 OHM

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$129.99
SKU: 9911236
Weight: 13.5 lb
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We wanted a new speaker that was in between the British Sound and the American Vintage sound so we came up with the new Greyhound Speaker. During the design process we mainly used a Blackface Twin to test so we think this speaker sounds particularly good in this type of amp as well a Peavey 5150 for high gain. As far as tone goes, the Greyhound is smoother sounding on the top end and upper midrange than a Celestion Vintage 30 but has more punch than a Jensen C12N. It has a great rock tone (specially for mid gain to high gain amplifiers) but stays clean enough for those who don't like too much speaker break-up.
  • Speaker Size: 12"
  • Voice Coil: 1.75''
  • Magnet: 48 oz. Ceramic
  • Power Handling: 70W
  • Revc: 6.700 Ohm
  • Resonance (Fs): 97.280 Hz
  • Sensitivity: 101.3 dB

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3/8/2023 1:14 pm

Greyhound speakers are not dogs!

by Lonnie Zamarripa -

I’ve had this speaker in a Mojotone 1x12 Lite cab for about 3 years now . I am not a professional player, but play every day. They are well broken in and I agree with the other reviewers. They have a great warm and punchy tone with sparkling highs. I play through various amps. Currently a Katana 100/50/5 watt head. I have also used a PRS MT15 and a 20 watt Joyo , all sound great.

1/17/2023 2:09 am

Creamy

by Glenn

I bought and installed two of these in a 5F8A high power tweed twin I built with mostly Mojotone parts. Wow, really nice. I had the opportunity to compared against a 68 Super Reverb and a 67 Pro Reverb equipped with the rare Fender branded JBL D120F orange baskets, I used a Morely ABC and exactly the same settings on each amp except I set the volumes evenly. They sounded better than the Pro although not as well defined, those JBLs are really articulate. They had a bigger bottom end than the Super, the kind that you can feel and moves your pant legs but not as much mid and highs. Still liked the Super's 4 10s better but they are well broken in. Could be the 5F8A vs the AB763 circuits though. I'm going to swap and try again. These speakers offer a huge warm creamy sound, I heard no offensive frequencies. Tweaking the eq they approach the Pro's JBL's definition or the musical balance of the Super. They handle the power of the 5F8A circuit effortlessly.