I guess that the "Supernatural" Album was recording with Tonker speakers in Robben's cab, imho. _________________Stay in the wind and on the wave summit.

Of course, that's true we can't find exactly the same tone with any Eminence speaker than Celestion speakers ... I find his guitar sound on "Nothing to Nobody" very good. On the graphs they seem very nearby._________________Stay in the wind and on the wave summit.

I read that Robben was using Tonker Eminence speakers but I wonder if this is the closer speaker than Celestion G12-65 or is there an other one ?

However, when I compare the G12-65 frequency response, it's quite different of the RWB one !

I find that the Tonker, Red Fang, Private Jack or Wizard are closer of the G12-65 than the RWB.

They were not 'perfect' to Robben's ears, but they WERE close enough to be usable and to give Robben a certain amount of comfort, pleasure, and satisfaction.

He used them heavily, sometimes in combination with other speakers, over the next couple of years._________________Stay in the wind and on the wave summit.Ceramic speakers (aka ‘greenbacks’) first appear around late 1964 to early 1965.Then one day, in a phone conversation with Alfonso Hermida at Hermida Audio, Alf told me that the Celestion folk had been in touch with him trying to find a way to contact me and he wondered if I minded his passing on my phone number. Celestion had reworked their company and retooled their production and now felt they had finally nailed the RFG12-65.They hoped that Robben would be interested in trying and evaluating them again.I guess that the "Supernatural" Album was recording with Tonker speakers in Robben's cab, imho. Mikka, A brief Tonker/Celstion G12 history: I started with Robben in October of 1998.