Pure Vintage! Used in re-issues of some of your favorites. Nice smooth response curve. Superb classic Blues tones. For use as a replacement or upgrade. Made in the USA. 7-year manufacturer's warranty!
Specifications: • Power handling: 75 watts RMS • VCdia: 1.5" • Impedance: 8 ohms • Frequency range: 80-4,000 Hz • Sensitivity: 100 dB 1W/1m • Magnet weight: 34 oz. • Dimensions: Overall diameter: 12.03", Cutout diameter: 10.95", Depth: 4.9".
The Eminence Legend 125 was created to replicate the sound of the famous Jensen Alnico guitar speakers and Oxford and Utah 12’s used in many vintage guitar cabinets of the 50’s and 60’s. In many cases the Legend 1258 will work as a drop in replacement for the following guitar cabinets: Ampeg Gemini I 12” 1964-1971, Ampeg Jet 1957-1963, Ampeg Super Echo Twin 1963-1964 EM1201, Fender 65 Twin Reissue 1991, Fender Bandmaster Black, Silver 1963-1974 and Blonde 1960-1963, Fender Bassman Black 1963-1967, Bassman Browne and Blonde 1961-1962 Oxford (12M5-6), and Bassman Silvere 1967-1968 (12” Oxford and 12” Utah). Fender Blues Deluxe, Fender Blues DeVille, and Blues Junior all used an Eminence special design driver very similar to the Legend 125. As well as the Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, and Hot Rod Deville (12 inch version of course). Fender Pro Black Reverb 1968-1967, Fender Pro Silver Reverb 1968-1981 (Utah 12”), Fender Quad Reverb Silver 1972-1979 (Oxford 12T6 and Utah). Fender Super 112 1990-1993 and Fender Super 60 1988-1993. Drop in replacement for the Oxford 12T6 used in the famous Fender Twin Reverb Black 1963-1967 and the Twin Reverb Silver 1967-1981. Fender Twin Tweed 1952-1963, and the Fender Woody Junior. Also a great replacement for the Celestion 12” used in 1962 Marshall Bass/Lead cabinet.
No other speaker is used more widely as standard equipment in guitar and bass guitar amplifiers than Eminence! Most guitar speaker manufacturers are well known for a specific type of tone. Indeed Eminence is recognized for establishing the "American" rock, country, and blues tones. What really sets Eminence apart though is the ability to provide the guitarist with virtually any tone they desire! Rock, Metal, Country, Blues, British, Rap, Soul, and Alternative styles can be provided with one of the Legend models available. If you're not packing a Legend, you're probably not playing like one!
To help you select the right Eminence guitar speaker, check out Eminence's Tone Guide.