Celestion G10 Gold 10" 40-Watt Alnico Replacement Guitar Speaker 8 Ohm

10" Guitar Speaker, 40W, 8 Ohms, 80Hz-6kHz
Celestion G10 Gold 10
Celestion G10 Gold 10
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Celestion G10 Gold 10" 40-Watt Alnico Replacement Guitar Speaker 8 Ohm
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Capture the Classic Sound of Celestion Gold

NOTE: Speakers are non-returnable.

Celestion speakers are a staple of modern music. Starting in the 1960s, they helped define generations of guitar tone. The Celestion G10 Gold 10" guitar speaker gives you classic British tone with a warm body and distinctive growl. The 40W G10 Gold has an alnico magnet that gives you fast response and a mellower tone. The full low-end, creamy midrange, and chiming highs are perfect for rock, blues, and all other music styles. You'll love how responsive and articulate this speaker is. Put a classic British-sounding speaker in your guitar amplifier, with the Celestion G10 Gold 10" guitar speaker!

Celestion G10 Gold 10" Guitar Speaker Features:
  • A 10" guitar speaker with classic British sound
  • Very responsive and articulate, will capture the nuances of your playing
  • Great for all musical styles
  • 40W
  • 80Hz-6kHz
  • 8 Ohms
  • 6 lbs.
Give your amp a classic British sound with the Celestion G10 Gold speaker!

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Tech Specs

Application Guitar
Size 10"
Impedance 8 ohms
Power Handling 40W
Magnet Type Alnico
Frequency Range 80Hz-6kHz
Magnet Diameter 4.7"
Unit Weight 6 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number T5671

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I put this speaker in my Silverface 1981 Fender Princeton Reverb and my search is now over. Incredible tone!

Smooth low end. Big sound.

Put this is a fender pro jr amp. (Had to remove the back plastic "bell housing" to get it to fit.) This speaker made a huge difference in sound. Highly recommend to get better low end response out of a small amp.

Great Speaker

This is a fantastic speaker. It's like a 10" Alnico Blue that you can use without worrying about going over 15 watts. I purchased one from Sweetwater for my 65 Princeton Reverb RI and it kills in this amp. Beats the pants of the Jensen P10Q reissue that came stock. I think these are quite possibly the best Alnico based speakers currently in production.
Music background: Gigging Guitar Player

Gold star rated

Since discovering the Celestion Gold of which I now have in my Vibrolux, Princeton, Blues Junior, and 65 Deluxe Reverb I have the tone I've been looking for. The clarity, punch, ability to get driven and hold each note, strum, power chord with a full bouquet of sound makes the Gold speaker worth the investment. I have honestly had people ce up to see my amp and the setting I use always commenting on the tone. I suppose I'm a Celestion snob now and super happy to say so. Highly recommend if your looking for a great sounding speaker
Music background: Hobbyist, church worship, varies gigs and jams

Gold Rush (continues)

Just purchased a set of Celestion Gold10's for my Vibrolux Reverb Reissue. Wasn't pleased with the tone coming out of the amp which was built in 2007. I had purchased Celestion Golds in 12" and 10" sizes prior for my 65 Deluxe Reverb Reissue, 68 Custom Princeton Reverb, Blues Junior and now the Vibrolux. I tried Eminence speakers such as the Legion 1058, Copperhead, the WGS and just couldn't get the tonal sound I was looking for as I have the Celestions Gold's. YES, they are pricier BUT why sell yourself short for a cheaper priced speaker. The speakers coupled with a new tranny and better caps/resistor mods by a reputable amp repairman friend of mine and all of my amps are incredibly beautiful now. I've also purchased a Celestion Heritage G12H for my VOX ac15c1 which I would highly recommend for this particular amp. I know everyone went to the Blue, but I wanted more head room before breakup and got it in the Heritage. Overall, I'm a purist when it comes to speakers and will stay loyal to the Celestions for the tonal quality and speaker quality I get for my money.
Music background: Hobbyist, Church contemporary and traditional worship, blues, 60-70's rock
See also: Speakers, Celestion, Celestion Miscellaneous Guitar Amp Accessories, Celestion Guitar Amp Replacement Speakers