Higher power, vintage, seamed cone tonality for guitar. Ideal Vintage alnico Jensen replacement.
Colouration: American growl but with sparkle, definition and an edgy top-end. Very vintage!
Genre: Rock and Roll, Country, and Blues.
Nominal Diameter: 12.0", 304.8 mm
Nominal Impedance: 8 ohms
Power: 75w rms
Freq. Response: 80.0 Hz-4.0 kHz
Sensitivity: 100.1 db 1w/1m
Magnet Weight: 34.0 oz, 964.0 grams
Gap Height 0.312", 7.92 mm
Voice Coil Diameter 1.5", 38.1 mm
Acceptable Enclosure Types
- Closed back: No
- Open back: Yes
Overall Diameter: 12.03", 305.5 mm
Baffle Hole Diameter: 10.95", 278.1 mm
Number of Mounting Holes: 8
Mounting Holes Diameter: 0.25", 6.4 mm
Mounting Hole BCD: 11.59", 294.3 mm
Depth: 4.9", 125.0 mm
Net Weight: 7.8 lbs, 3.5 kg
Shipping Weight: 9.9 lbs, 4.5 kg
Fs: 94.0 Hz
Re: 7.44 ohms
Le: 0.70 mH
Vas: 32.5 L, 1.2 cuft
Vd: 24.0 cc
Cms: 0.09 mm/N
BL: 10.9 Tm
Mms: 32.0 grams
Xmax: 0.5 mm
Sd: 506.7 cm2
-Copper voice coil on polyimide voice coil former
-Ferrite magnet with non-vented core
-Pressed steel basket
-Paper cone with plain paper cone edge
-Solid composition paper dust cap
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The Legend 1258 is a great-sounding, reliable speaker in anything where you want the classic/ vintage FMIC sound without the heavy price tag of a Weber or Jensen. Rated at 75 watts, you're unlikely to ever blow one as long as you don't try and crank a Twin into a 1X12 cab.
Legend 1258s lack the fancy labels and snazzy names of other Eminence speakers, but make no mistake -- these are solid reliable drivers that work great in any vintage or vintage-style amp where you want a smooth, well-rounded tone. Don't let the cheap price tag put you these are any less worthy of the Eminence name.
Everything in the one-line description is accurate. A really tasty sound, defined and nuanced but good and ballsy. Makes my very low wattage amp sound like a (much, much quieter) silver face Twin. A great American tone and unbeatable for the money.