Mojotone Greyhound 12" 70W Speaker 8 OHM

SKU: 9911235
Weight: 13.5 lb
Sale Unit: Piece

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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

Ratings & Reviews

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1/1/2024 12:36 pm

Great Voice & Clarity

by High Gain Guy -

Extended highs are very detailed and crystal clear, lows and low mids are big and warm yet remain tight. Less "bark" than typical British speakers but it's not so smooth that it sounds like a modeling speaker or a non guitar speaker. The bark is tight/rapid, not loose & chunky. The voice is great, more reminiscent of a Jensen than a Celestion but don't read too much into that 'cause it definitely has its own thing going on. Somewhat scooped, you'll probably want to turn your mids up a bit or pair with a mid to high mid oriented speaker. Very articulate and revealing, tons of clarity without sounding cold & sterile. I've been through many, many, many different speakers over the years and this one is super impressive, I'd put it in my top 4 speakers ever. 70 watts but feels/sounds like it's a ~100 watt speaker.

7/26/2023 12:51 pm


by Mickey -

I've used all of Mojotone's speaker offerings for various amps and they are all high quality. For sweet silky blackface cleans, these are the top of the mountain. They also stay thick and stout for overdrive and breakup sounds. They have the warmth and bloom of vintage Jensen C12N's, the woodiness of old Celestions, and the volume and touch sensitivity of JBLs. I used to hunt down old vintage Chicago made Jensen C12N's, but I no longer have to do that with the Greyhounds available.