Organic Timbre Releases the Rhapsody G12F Guitar Speaker

This 12" speaker is specially-designed to handle 300W and provides transparent headroom necessary to work well with modeling amplifiers.

Richmond, VA (November 14, 2016) -- Organic Timbre is driven to develop and produce uncompromised guitar speakers to meet the needs of modern guitar players; overcoming the drawbacks of traditional “vintage” style guitar speakers.

A 300W monster, the Rhapsody G12F started life as a robust woofer and is then carefully tuned for tone and playability. Unique to the Rhapsody G12F is how easy and refreshing it is to play. By eliminating the fatiguing harshness of typical guitar speakers, the Rhapsody G12F frees the guitarist to express his/her music without inhibition.

  • 12” build is a drop-in replacement for standard 12” guitar speakers
  • 300W power handling: transparent headroom needed for modeling amplifiers
  • 99dB sensitivity
  • 2.5” voice coil diameter
  • 8ohm impedance

Designed in Virginia and assembled in the USA, Organic Timbre’s Rhapsody G12F is available for sale now, priced at $229.

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