Mojotone Watchtower 12" 25W Speaker by Celestion 8 OHM
These speakers are only available for a limited time and once they are gone, they're gone forever.
Ratings & Reviews
These speakers are just plain AWESOME!
I just loaded 3 Mojotone Watch Towers into my Mojotone 3x12 cab that I had bought from them when they were located in Winston-Salem. Hooked up
A Vox 15 Watt Night Train to it and then proceeded to pick my jaw off the floor.
These speakers are just plain AWESOME! I could not be happier. They are everything that Mojotone says in their description. I am really anxious to put a 30 or 50 watt on but, just the 15 Watt was killer at half Volume.
sounds like a cross between the G12H30 70th Anniversary and a G12M25 Reissue
I have this speaker loaded in a 1x12" GDS 18 watt Marshall combo clone. The (open back) combo cabinet was made to vintage dimensions and materials.
When compared to a standard Celestion G12M Greenback 25 watt Reissue, this Celestion-made speaker has a more laid back midrange presence with a bit deeper and tighter bass (not necessarily more bass) and a bit more sizzling treble*. It's also less forward in the upper mid range and, therefore, a bit less aggressive when the amp is turned up to natural crunch tones and beyond. It is more balanced across the frequency spectrum and sounds like a cross between the G12H30 70th Anniversary and a G12M25 Reissue. Firmer bass in a 1x12 open back cabinet. Still crunchy, but less in your face. More full frequency but still warm with a woody Greenback presentation.
The Watchtower is a great Greenback variant and a good alternative to the GB Reissue for a more balanced, less midrange-exaggerated, tone. If you find that Reissue midrange too much or annoying, this is your speaker.
*My G12M25 is 10 years old and well broken in and the Watchtower is only 7 months old and I expect it to mellow out further still.