The Ceramic 8VF, designed by Chris Kosiak, is the most high-powered 8” speaker the company offers.

Ted Weber

Kokomo, IN (September 10, 2019) -- Expanding its line of high quality guitar and bass loudspeakers, Ted Weber has unveiled two new models: the Ceramic Gray Wolf 10 and Ceramic 8VF.

Ted Weber’s Ceramic Gray Wolf 10 is the perfect 10” speaker for aggressive playing. Whether clean, overdriven, or heavily distorted, the Gray Wolf has plenty of bite and edge without sounding harsh. It was designed to emulate the Gray Wolf 12” speaker but in the smaller size to accommodate a wider range of amplifiers. Don’t be fooled though - while intended for aggressive playing, the Gray Wolf 10 sounds great for blues and indie rock too.

  • 10” Speaker
  • Impedance: 4, 8, or 16 ohms
  • Power: 25 or 50w
  • Use: For aggressive and powerful tone with bite
  • Availability: www.tedweber.com/graywolf10f
  • Price: $100

Ted Weber’s Ceramic 8VF, designed by our very own Chris Kosiak, is the most high-powered 8” speaker we currently make. It has upper mid-range punch, with high end clarity without getting harsh. It is very responsive to gain in terms of proportional break- up, but can sound very clean. This speaker is great for aggressive tones, but is also good for jazz and blues.

  • 8” Speaker
  • Impedance: 4, 8, or 16 ohms
  • Power: 60w
  • Use: For big tone from a small package
  • Availability: www.tedweber.com/8vf
  • Price: $85

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