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WGS ET65 vs. G12M5 Creamback? Thoughts?
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    Default WGS ET65 vs. G12M5 Creamback? Thoughts?

    Thinking on one as a replacement for the Blue Marvel in my C-30. I am going to run it with a Marshall closed back extension cabinet with two Celestion Greenbacks I have in it. SO MUCH OVERKILL! But oh well. It is fun. I could spend money on worse stuff.

    So, that said, thoughts on those speakers? I listened to some clips online on another forum and it seems like playing by myself, I like the WGS speaker as more balanced, but the Creamback might have more bite when you add a band, which I hope to do.

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    I wouldn't have any idea but it would be fun to test!
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