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Replaced the speaker in my Workingman 10 with a DeltaLite

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Gintaras, Nov 29, 2006.

  1. Gintaras


    Dec 11, 2004
    Kent Island, Md.
    I love to tinker with everything I own and was reading a thread on GS112 and using Deltalite for a speaker replacement. I have one so immediately read the thread

    There were points made about the deltalite and sounded just what I needed to make the workingman 10 more than just an exceptable practice and small gig amp. There was a new Deltalite that the owner acquired from Avatar that was on the bay. Picked it up for $59. I put it in this afternoon and it the difference was more than I expected. My 5th string was a definite improvement and the generally tinny sound went away. Everything sounded fuller and clearer (especially the highs) and the tone was improved. My Grendel 5 had very zingy highs through this amp and know they are cleaner and fuller. Looking forward to taking it out next tuesday where I play with a group of acoustic guitarists.

    The last benefit is that the combo is almost 6 lbs later!!!!
  2. sweet! tell us how it is next tuesday! sounds cool.
  3. bad5x8


    Sep 17, 2006
    Kansas City, MO
    Did you use an 8ohm speaker or a 4ohm speaker....the later will get the full 100 watts out of the amp..

    I'm thinking of doing the same with a 4ohm speaker.
  4. Gintaras


    Dec 11, 2004
    Kent Island, Md.
    I did it with a 8 ohm speaker because it was a great deal on the bay. I would get a 4 ohm if I was buying one at retail price. Of course using the 4 ohm would not allow me to use the external speaker option.

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