Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker

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RAJIN CAJUN 10 SPEAKER: PATRIOT SERIES:
OVERVIEW:
Electric guitars, guitar amplification, and the birth of Rock-n-Roll in the 1950's collectively established a new use for loudspeakers. Speaker choices were limited in those days and amplifier manufacturers had to purchase products that were common to other applications. Usually, this meant a low-power speaker, often with an Alnico magnet, and limited cone and coil travel. Electric guitars, guitar amplification, and the birth of Rock-n-Roll in the 1950's collectively established a new use for loudspeakers. Speaker choices were limited in those days and amplifier manufacturers had to purchase products that were common to other applications. Usually, this meant a low-power speaker, often with an Alnico magnet, and limited cone and coil travel.
Due to the nature of the speaker's construction, the sound of the guitar and amplifier combination was impacted by the speaker design. Amplified guitar was a bit more aggressive duty than most other speaker applications at the time and the speakers were frequently challenged in terms of their mechanical movement and linearity. Guitarist learned how to control these non-linearities and use the resulting tonal characteristics to their advantage. Speaker break-up became cool and was a desired feature by most guitarists. The great guitar tones we know now are a result of those events.
Although there are a multitude of distinctive guitar speaker tones available today, they can be broken down into two main categories. We have Marshall and Celestion to thank for the distinctively "British tones" that we are so familiar with. Fender, Peavey, and SLM (Crate/Ampeg) worked with speaker companies like Eminence, Oxford, CTS, JBL, and Electrovoice to establish tones that are distinctively "American".
Eminence is proud to present the Patriot and Redcoat series of guitar speakers. Incorporating both British and American cone technology into speakers that we manufacture in the USA gives us the ability to provide you with virtually any tone you desire. Be it British or American, clean or dirty, big bass or screaming highs, we have a speaker that will allow you to "Pick Your Sound".WARRANTY:
7 Years

Features
  • Hot American tone, great for rock, blues, and country
 

Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker Specifications:

  • Basket Diameter: 10 Inch
    Frequency Response: 70Hz-5kHz
    Impedance: 8 Ohm
    Magnet: 30 Oz
    Power: 75Watts (RMS) 150 Peak
    Voice Coil: 1.5"
    Weight: 9 Lbs
    Basket Type: Stamped
    Coil Material: Copper
    SPL: 100dB
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Pros

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

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    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    I bought this over a month ago, to install in a Fender Frontman 25R which I had bought at the same time. I knew the stock Fender speaker was junk and I'd heard so much about these Rajun cajuns and was anxious to see if the reviews I've read were true. Installation only took me about 10 minutes and the results were very noticeable right away. Not only was the sound and tone of the amp much more pronounced and clearer without breaking up at high volumes, but at a extra bonus, I was also rewarded with a increase in volume as well. I don't see how people could say that these Fender FM 25Rs could be used for gigging with the stock Fender speaker in them, but with the Rajun Cajun in it, it definately is now a amp that is capable of handling small club gigs with ease and maybe more. What is a 25 watt combo, now sounds more like a 50 watt amp. IMO, Fender should make these speakers a mandatory part of these amps.

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    Comments about Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    Fantastic speaker for a 10". I am impressed at the amount of low end I am getting out of this speaker, may be too much. I installed it in an isolation cabinet I built and it sounds pretty good cranked with my H&K SwitchBlade 50. I have used it for about a week or so and the only complaint I have is that it is a bit on the bassy side, this could very well be a design flaw on my cabinet. But I would much rather have too much than too little as it is fairly easy to EQ it out. Other than that is sounds pretty good, the mids are very present and the high end is not overbearing. I am using mine for metal and I like it.

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    Ragin' Cajun

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    Comments about Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    Picked up this speaker as a replacemwnt for the stock speaker in my Fender Frontman 25R practice amp after reading a lot of recommendations for it. Wow, what a difference! The stock speaker was ok at low volumes, but thin and buzzy at higher levels. The Ragin' Cajun has tons more head room, better bottom end, tighter mids, and glassy highs. Turned this amp from a bedroom practicer into a chunky little bugger ready for small gigs. Highly recommended.

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    5.0

    Ragin Cajun Is Outstanding!!!

    Comments about Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    I used one of these to replace the speaker I blew in my little Marshall MG30DFX. It sounded great with unbelievable volume. Since the Cajun is 8 ohms & the Marshall needed 4 ohms, I got an empty MG30 shell & another Ragin Cajun, paralled them to get a 4 ohm load with my "MG30 Stack" This is one great set up. It sounds like a Marshall should, it didn't before. For the price, you can not beat Eminence speakers!

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    5.0

    Perfect for Pignose

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    Comments about Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    The absoloute best replacement speaker for he Pignose G40v. Tonally balanced, excellent efficiency, great tone at any volume. Responsive to picking nuances. You will enjoy!

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    5.0

    Great in a Princeton

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    from Simi Valley, CA

    Comments about Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    I replaced my stock Jensen with this and was blown away. The Jensen has a nice top end but can't handle any bass. Anything above 4 would cause the Jensen speaker to fart out. The Ragin Cajun is great. Full with no icepicks. Because it has a greater sensitivity, it makes the Princeton much louder. Now it can hang with a band rehearsal and sound great.

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    5.0

    Rajun Cajun for Supercahmp XD

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    from Dallas, Texas

    Comments about Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    The stock speaker in the Superchamp XD had a thin sound and would buzz on certain notes. The Rajun Cajun was easy to install and has a much more full sound. It also allows me to turn the volume down very low and still get good sound where the stock speaker had a very limited volume range. Most of us have a certain "tone" in our head that we are chasing and this speaker was a big step towards the "fat" sound I am looking for.

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    5.0

    the Ragin' Cajun

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    from hiawassee GA

    Comments about Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    picked up an 1965 epiphone comet amp at a pawnshop real cheap, had an old speaker in it that wasn't orignal, not even sure what kind it was, took the amp to my amp tech, and had him go over it and fix a couple minor things, started looking around at 10" speakers to replace the one in it and the 'Ragin Cajun seemed to have the best reviews, so i ordered one from music123, got here in 2 days, installed it, plugged in the les paul, turned this little 12-15 watter up to 10 and i was in heaven, never heard a speaker sound so good right out of the box. would recommend to anyone, top notch speaker, top notch supplier

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    5.0

    Great upgrade for small tube amp.

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    from Novato CA

    Comments about Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    I thought this speaker was a great upgrade for my Johnson Loredo tube amp, which came with an Alphatone speaker. First, the Rajin Cajun is a lot louder. But even better, the tone has much more depth. With the original speaker the amp was all mids. The new speaker added both highs and lows. I actually have to run the bass EQ knob on the amp at 3-4 now instead of 10 as I did with the original speaker. My little 15+ watt tube amp now sounds very big.

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    5.0

    Great speaker

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    from Texas

    Comments about Eminence Patriot Ragin' Cajun 10" 75W Guitar Speaker:

    Completely transformed my little Epiphone Valve Special. This gives the amp and guitar a wide range of tone and overdrive flexibility I didn't have before. If you've got a combo amp with a 10" speaker that is missing something, this one will fix you up.

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