New Jensen Jet Electric Lightning 10” Speaker

Just in time for the Summer NAMM Show Jensen released the new 10″ Jet Electric Lightning speaker. The new 10” Jet Electric Lightning’s tone is warm and bold with shimmering highs. It remains strong and articulate when pushed hard or… Continue Reading

Eminence FDM Speakers First Impressions

I just received some brand new Eminence FDM (Flux Density Modulation) speakers for review. Anthony and Wetzel sent me two each of the Maverick and Reignmaker. I just got to trying these out and thought I’d briefly post my first… Continue Reading

Guitar Speaker Power Handling

Kurt Prange over at Amplified Parts has another really great in depth article about guitar speaker power handling. In this article Kurt explains how an electrodynamic loudspeaker works, how speaker ratings are determined, RMS power and tube vs solid state… Continue Reading

Amplified Parts 10% Discount for 300guitars Visitors!!!

My man Orin over at Amplified Parts is offering a 10% discount to all 300guitars visitors!! That’s right. All you have to do is enter the special code during the checkout process where it says “Digital Discount Code”. Amplified Parts… Continue Reading

New Article: “The Deal on Dust Caps” by Anothny Lucas

Anthony Lucas is the head of Technical Support at Eminence speakers. I sent him over some questions about the dust cap you see in the center of a speaker. I had an idea that they helped shape the sound to… Continue Reading

O Nine Tunator Cabinets

Here’s something cool I noticed while cruising the Musikmesse info on the web (wishing I was there…). It seems that Dietmar Kammler who played music all his life was not 100% satisfied with his tone. He noticed that there have… Continue Reading

300guitars One-Day deal!!

Don’t forget to visit 300guitars tomorrow for a rockin’ One-Day Deal! This week features a select Eminence speaker for a one day special price with free shipping! Your speaker will ship right from the Eminece factory in Eminence, Kentucky! The… Continue Reading

New Vox V112NT Cabinet

VOX introduces the V112NT speaker cabinet, designed to provide an aesthetic and musical match for the Night Train NT15 head. Featuring an open back and a single 12″ authentic “Greenback” Celestion 16 Ohm speaker, the V112NT is distinguished by its… Continue Reading

New Bugera 212V-BK Speaker Cabinet

 The new 212V-BK is the perfect mate to the ever-expanding line of BUGERA all-tube amp heads and combos, and packs the punch and high-quality sound customers all over the world have come to expect from the BUGERA brand. Dual 12″… Continue Reading

Ted Weber of Weber VST Passes Away!

 We here at are saddened to learn of Ted Weber’s passing today. He was a smart gentlemen, always took the time to answer questions and was generous with his knowledge. He will be sorely missed by the music industry and his… Continue Reading

Celestion Speaker Date Codes

 The article “Celestion Speaker Date Codes” will help you identify the date of your speakers manufacture. If you have a Celestion speaker and want to know the date it was manufactured then this chart will show you how to read the codes.… Continue Reading

Speaker Cones – Repairing Small Rips and Tears

 This tip is about how to repair small tears in speaker cones. You may have a really great sounding speaker with its original cone that has a small tear or puncture. This is an easy repair that you can do… Continue Reading

New Rivera SilentSister Isolation Cabinet

 One of the greatest challenges to home and studio recording is how to get a great amplified guitar tone at a low level. Introducing the Rivera SilentSister recording speaker cabinet. � The new Rivera Silent Sister solves the major faults of… Continue Reading

New Weber VST Colored Speaker Baskets

 Ted Weber has gone and done it again. He is always full of surprises. Weber VST is now offering colored speaker baskets. These will add a sort of vintage/boutique look to any amplifier. You can learn more about Weber VST by… Continue Reading

FluxTone Speakers- Your Amp. Your Tone. Any Volume.

 Soon after electric guitars were invented, players discovered that if you turn up your amplifier all the way, not only did it distort your sound, but it added some other “pleasant” tones that were in harmony with what you were playing, (crunch).… Continue Reading