Eminence Red White and Blues Patriot Series 12" 120-Watt Replacement Guitar Speaker 8 Ohm

12" Guitar Speaker, 120W, 8 Ohms, 70Hz-4.5kHz
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Eminence Red White and Blues Patriot Series 12
Eminence Red White and Blues Patriot Series 12
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Eminence Red White and Blues Patriot Series 12" 120-Watt Replacement Guitar Speaker 8 Ohm
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Classic American Rock Tone with the Red White and Blues

Note: Speakers are non-returnable.

The Eminence Red White and Blues 12" guitar speaker gives you classic American tone with a tight bottom end. The 120W Red White and Blues has a solid tone with sparkling highs to it that's perfect for classic rock of the '60s and '70s. You'll love how responsive and articulate this speaker is. Put a classic American-sounding speaker in your guitar amplifier, with the Eminence Red White and Blues 12" guitar speaker!

Red White and Blues Speaker Characteristics:
  • Application: 12" open- or closed-back
  • Configuration: 1, 2, 4 x 12"
  • Low-end response: Moderate
  • Low-end shape: Tight
  • Midrange response: Moderate
  • Midrange shape: Warm
  • High-end response: Aggressive
  • Breakup mode: Medium
Eminence Red White and Blues 12" Guitar Speaker Features at a Glance:
  • Powerful 12" guitar speaker with tight low-end, smooth midrange and top end sparkle
  • Very responsive and articulate, will capture the nuances of your playing
  • Solid American tone suitable classic rock of the '60s and '70s
  • 120W
  • 70Hz-4.5kHz
  • 8 Ohms
  • 8.2 lbs.
Pack your amplifier with American tone, with the Eminence Red White and Blues 12" guitar speaker!

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Red White and Blues Patriot Series 12 Spec Sheet

Tech Specs

Application Guitar
Size 12"
Impedance 8 ohms
Power Handling 120W
Magnet Type Ferrite
Magnet Weight 38 oz.
Frequency Range 70Hz-4,5kHz
Unit Weight 8.2 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number RED, WHITE AND BLUES

Customer Reviews

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Very good sounding replacement speaker

I purchased a new Fender Deluxe tweed 1/12 extension cab 2 yrs ago and recently the celestion speaker started farting out. I replaced it with this eminence and it sounds great. It is connected to my 4/10 Fender Blues Deville and Sounds better than the 4/10s. Made in USA and compared to the cost of Celestion made speakers, it's a no brainer.
Music background: Underly Paid Musician

Fabulous upgrade for Fender Mustang

Just loaded the Red White and Blues into my Fender Mustang III...WOW! I figured I'd risk 80 bucks to see if I could get this amp to sing. It wasn't that I didn't like the amp to begin with, lots of fun messing with all the modeling options, but the stock Celestion sounded a bit harsh much of the time. First notes out of the Eminence justified the expense. I didn't know the Mustang was capable of these sounds. Looking forward to breaking in the Eminence and tweaking the settings. Well worth the investment- and the Sweetwater folks are OUTSTANDING!
Music background: Guitar Surfer

Red White and Blues Rocks!

I replaced the stock Eminence in my Fender Blues Deluxe with the Red White and Blues. The stock speaker had started to buzz, and after reading about various options I figured this would be a good upgrade since it is effective in open back cabinets, and reasonably priced. I should also say that I retubed the amp, and biased the power tubes at the same time. Well I am blown away, this amplifier has been transformed, with so much more bottom end tightness and overall tone.Some may say the tubes and biasing were the key factors, but believe me, this speaker is great for 12' combos. I have never heard a better sounding version of this amp. It is one thing when you sit alone in front of it, but the proof was on stage. Two gigs, one indoors one outdoors, and this thing kicks ***. Not loud, just tone!!
Music background: Working musician, Recording Engineer, Live Sound engineer

Versatile American-based tone

Having owned a variety speakers and playing through various styles of music over the years I’m both picky and in position to judge speakers. Frequently the Red, White and Blues (RWB) is compared to the EV 12L and I’ll generally agree with that. Here’s what is different about the RWB: less headroom (this can be a good thing), lows are warmer and less percussive than the EV less directional than the E; not a canon shot highs are sweeter, but not articulate enough for speed demons single coil tones are rounder with the RWB The RWB wieghs 10 - 11 LBS less! It can somewhat tame a bright amp or let you turn the Presence up on your tube amp for tone shaping. I use it with Boogies (clean, crunch & dirty) and it is my go to speaker. The RWB is very versatile and if you are too then go for it. If you’re locked into a hardcore metal genre look elsewhere for honk and sizzle.

Red white and blues

Ok, I bought a pair of these and put one in my 2002 Hot rod deluxe and one in my Super sonic 22. As far as the HRD there was a great improvement in tone over the stock speaker it mellowed out the highs and mids and the bass is a lil tighter in both the clean and drive channels btw, this speaker sounds its best when seriously cranked! Ok, as far as the SS22 the only reason I replaced the stock eminence speaker is because it was damaged. The RW&B sounds very similar to the stock speaker with most of the improvement being in the bass response ( lil tighter) either way it seems to me the RW&B is a very good upgrade for fender 1x12 tube combos as it dosent drastically change the "base" tone of your amp, it actully improves on what is already there. Oh btw, sweet water did an excellent job of packageing these speakers! And shipping was fast!
Music background: Hobbyist for bout 20 years
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