Eminence Patriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker

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Venemous American tone.

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.

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  • Balanced, vintage tone with a touch of the blues

Don't get too close, these Copperheads will bite. Add them to your rig today with a call or a click!

 

Patriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker Specifications:

  • 10" driver
  • 75W RMS handling
  • 150W peak
  • 8 ohm impedance
  • 20 oz. magnet
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EminencePatriot The Copperhead 10" 75W Guitar Speaker
 
4.9

(based on 7 reviews)

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5.0

Very Pleased

By Jimmy Felson-BMpd8

from Oakland, CA

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

I put one of these in a closed-back 1x10 cabinet and I couldn't be more pleased. Well-balanced and warm, with the perfect amount of high end snap and sizzle. The highs are very nice. Not harsh or piercing. This is one of my favorite speakers for fender amps...or fender-ish amps. Not sure it's the best choice for heavy distortion sounds...but for clean and overdriven sounds it's fantastic.

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5.0

Eminence Copperhead replacement for G-Dec 30

By Larry-Xzu2U

from Wichita, Ks

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

I ordered the Patriot Copperhead 10" hoping to improve the sound of my G-Dec 30. The Copperhead was a huge improvement over the stock speaker, providing better overtone, harmonics and clarity. More projection was also gained, too. Playing my Aerodyne Telecaster, Robert Cray Strat and Taylor T5 Koa is a tremendous improvement with this speaker change, using the Blackface amp selection. I highly recommend this speaker over the stock speaker from Fender.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Copperhead 10 inch ceramic speaker

By president

from NY, NY

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

The copperhead gives me the classic Fender tone I want from my vintage 1965 Princeton Reverb...A natural match for the Princeton's inbred EQ, I prefer it over the Ragin Cajun which is much more weighted toward the midrange...My single coil Fender, Lollar, vintage Gibson and vintage Guild Franz pickups all sound great when run through the Copperhead/Princeton combination clean and over driven...It's loud and chimey...The bass response is tight and the price was right...Excellent speaker.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Eminence Rocks

By teleblue

from Tampabay, Florida

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

Changed out stock Jenson speaker in a Fender '65 Princeton Reverb Reissue with the copperhead and after a few hours of break in, the speaker is slightly louder, highs are clear, mids are more pronounced, bass is tighter. Overall a nice upgrade.

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(42 of 80 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Speaker to Seriously Upgrade Practice Amp

By Roy

from San Diego, California

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

I needed a better amp to record electric guitar parts with, and potentially do some live gigs. After much research I decided my best option to try first would be a speaker upgrade in my old Fender Champion 110 solid state amp (25watts, TMB, Reverb). I do not need extreme volume or overdrive - just nice tone/voice for fairly clean sounding guitar work. After studying the soundclips on the eminence web site I came to the decision that the Copperhead was a good potential upgrade speaker for the amp. I put the new speaker in with no problems and it is a MASSIVE upgrade on the old Fender speaker (this must have cost about $1). I now have a "mini-twin-reverb"! It sparkles! It has bass and highs - all the tone controls work in a manner previously I could not have imagined. It has depth and a real "voice". This upgrade makes the amp sound like something MUCH more expensive. Highly recommended and I am very very happy.

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(43 of 78 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Speaker to Seriously Upgrade Practice Amp

By Roy

from San Diego, California

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

I needed a better amp to record electric guitar parts with, and potentially do some live gigs. After much research I decided my best option to try first would be a speaker upgrade in my old Fender Champion 110 solid state amp (25watts, TMB, Reverb). I do not need extreme volume or overdrive - just nice tone/voice for fairly clean sounding guitar work. After studying the soundclips on the eminence web site I came to the decision that the Copperhead was a good potential upgrade speaker for the amp.

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(18 of 40 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great speaker exactly as described, to the letter

By it doesn't matter

from midwest US

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

Wow this speaker is really something, granted it really wasn't for my taste. I can't believe how accurately they are described, once it is broken in that "little country honk" definitely becomes apparent. I thought a good EQ could adjust that out but it just does not happen. I really can't say anything bad about it.

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