Who wouldn't want to "experience" pristine Greenback tone that doesn't break the bank? Introducing the Mojotone Watchtower 12" Speakers, delivering tone as bold as love. Our Watchtower 12" Speaker delivers an incredible 25 watts of fat, creamy tone. These speakers are only available for a limited time and once they are gone, they're gone forever.
Name: Paul Rating: 5
A Fine Greenback Variant 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.
Name: Ron Wood Rating: 5
Blew me away! 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.