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Eminence Patriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker 10 in.

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Extremely balanced, vintage tone with a little country honk and a touch of classic blues. Perfect for country, blues, bluegrass, and funk. Ideal for a one, 2, or 4x10" open- or closed-back setup. 75W ... Click To Read More About This Product

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Gear returned in great condition, with only minor signs of use, such as slight scuffs or pick marks. It looks and plays like new and may be considered an equivalent to display units found in retail stores.
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Overview

Extremely balanced, vintage tone with a little country honk and a touch of classic blues. Perfect for country, blues, bluegrass, and funk. Ideal for a one, 2, or 4x10" open- or closed-back setup. 75W RMS handling, 150W peak. 8 ohm impedance.

Eminence recommends the Copperhead as a direct replacement speaker in the Fender G-DEC 30, Fender Princeton Recording, and the Behringer V-tone GMX210 combo amplifiers.

Features
  • Balanced, vintage tone with a touch of the blues
Specifications
  • 75W RMS handling, 150W peak
    8 ohm impedance
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
7 year parts and labor warranty against defects on all speakers sold under Eminence name.


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EminencePatriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker
 
5.0

(based on 7 reviews)

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(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

punchy little 10

By jim

from Indianapolis

Comments about Eminence Patriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

About 2 years ago, I put a couple Copperheads and a couple Ragin Cajuns in my Fender HR Deville 410. Significant improvement. The Copperheads provide a nice warm, balanced tone with a punchy, but not overbearing midrange. The Ragin Cajuns provide a big sounding low-end and sparkly (but not harsh!!) top end. Together, my cabinet sounds huge. Whereas the Deville's stock speakers are bright and raspy, the combo of these 2 Patriot speaker instantly added warmth and depth to the tone, even before they were appropriately broken-in. Additionally, these speakers really help improve the sound of the Deville's OD, which is often maligned; when driven, my Deville now reminds me of a JTM45 (though not exactly, obviously) - this is saying a lot because the JTM45 is typically played through closed-based cabs w/12s, not 10s. Finally, while these speakers can help you get aggressive (not metal-aggressive) tones, they still produce an un-mistakably tradional 'American' speaker tone. The Copperheads pair perfectly with the RCs to provide a classic Fender 410 sound for the modern rock'n roller.

(13 of 13 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Roland Cube 30x

By Dave

from San Antonio, TX

Comments about Eminence Patriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

So I owe this review to the Roland Cube 30x community... I've been playing guitar for 20 plus years and am a tone freak! I really like the Cube 30x for it's portability a practice jam sessions. Been using it for a couple of years now, but over time decided to dump it because it wasn't giving me the tone I wanted. My big rig is a Peavey Triple X. Anyway, I read a couple reviews on the Eminence Delta Demon in this amp; but to me it was a bit dark when I sampled it on their website. I went with the Copperhead because it was a 75 watt speaker instead of 100 watt. End result, I am impressed. A worthy upgrade for this amp. It has more power, more headroom and handles all the Roland built in effects much better. Biggest improvement is on the percussive side and the Reverb finally sounds right! This was always a flaw with this amp IMO. The amp no longer flubs on higher volumes and I can push the amp harder. It actually sounds right! I would actually buy this amp/speaker combo again if it was stolen. Swapping out the speakers was easy, just had to change the connector on the (-) side to accept the new speaker connection. Hope this helps.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Speaker

By Mike

from Baton Rouge, LA

Comments about Eminence Patriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

I replaced the speaker in my Vox AD30VT. The Copperhead really woke up this little amp. The 212, Tweed, AC15 & AC30 modeling are now really close to the real thing. I play mostly clean and this speaker is sweet and clean. It can also be smooth on the AC15 setting when playing soft blues. It also does a respectable Fender sound just turn up some treb and go for it. I would recommend it as an upgrade for modeling amps as it will cover many music styles.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Refurbish your Vox

By Don Larson

from Herndon, Va

Comments about Eminence Patriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

I own a near mint Vox Super Berkeley III that looked great and sounded weak. It was all mid tones which is great for British Invasion stuff. I looked at the Copperhead frequency response and saw that the highs and lows were very strong. In addition, the Copperhead has great reviews, so I decided to give it a try. I put 2 10" Copperheads into the Berkeley cabinet and what a wonderful difference. I get the lows and highs I was looking for. The Berkeley head drives these speakers very well. If you want to retain the British style you may want the Red Coats instead, but for my money these gave me the old classic American sound. Go for it...

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Speaker

By Ron

from Bristol,Tennessee

Comments about Eminence Patriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

What a wake up call to my Roland Cube 30X amp. I was trying to decide between the ragin cajun and the copperhead. I'm glad I went with the copperhead. It made everything sound right. The clean sound, the reverb, the chorus setting and all. Even the other effects sound more like they are supposed to. Get this speaker. You won't regret it.

 
5.0

Installed in A Roland Cube40XL

By JJ

from Orlando Florida

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Pros

  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Live Small Venues
    • Practicing

    Comments about Eminence Patriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    Has a Real " Vintage Fender " type sound. So much like a Blues jr. or a Princeton Reverb that after comparing them, I really couldn't justify going out and spending the money on either amp. It has brought a BIG SOUND to my Roland Cube 40XL. I play a lot of vintage Blues on this amp now and with the effects on the Roland Cube, it sounds like an old tube amp (and I own a couple of those ). If I change the settings to more like a MESA Boogie or a Line 6 , the Copperhead Steps Right up into a Screeching Metal Sound with plenty of Bottom as well. Did I mention it has a BIG SOUND ?? Also for a full clean Jazz sound with my Hollow Body and a rich full clean sound with my Acoustic, it can't be beat !!! No regrets in buying this little Powerhouse 10 incher from Eminence !

     
    5.0

    A method to the madness

    By Zeebon

    from Mt. Pleasant, NC

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Good Quality
    • Improves Sound

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Backup
      • Practicing
      • Tailor your sound.
      • Upgrade from stock speaker.

      Comments about Eminence Patriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

      Largely based on another review, I too upgraded the stock speaker in my Vox AD30VT modeling amp.
      My theory was that by using a speaker brand found in some Fender amps, my Fender models would be better with my new Strat, and they are!
      As a bonus everything else sounds better too. The first thing I noticed was that the closed back cabinet sounded about twice as big. Not loud, but the presence.
      A long, long time ago someone told me you can have the best home stereo amp in the world, but if you have cheap tinny speakers, you're going to have cheap tinny sound.
      This speaker was just a bit less than I paid for the amp used, and worth every penny!

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