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To listen to the show with Rick Skillman from Celestion Speakers, click the link: http://www.floguitarenthusiasts.com/shows/Flo-041513.mp3
To listen to the Celestion Speaker Shootout with distortion please click the following link: http://youtu.be/k_XS74s-Sh4
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Scott Sill takes you through 3 popular Celestion Speakers: the all new V-Type, Creamback G-12H with the Heavy Magnet, and the Gold Alinco using clean settings. He is using a 2012 Gibson Les Paul Standard plugged into a Gibson Super Goldtone GA-30RV which is running the speaker cabinet. Scott makes sure to use the same speaker cabinet for each speaker, the same amp settings and the exact same microphone placement for each speaker.
Scott opened the video playing a Taylor T3/B into the Celestion V-Type speaker.
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Video by: Scott Sill
Equipment Used: Celestion V-Type, Celestion Creamback G-12H, Celestion Gold Alnico, Gibson Les Paul Standard, Gibson Super Goldtone GA-30RV, Taylor T3/B, Sennheiser e609 Silver, Zoom H4n, Canon Mark II 5d
We would like to show that diamagnetic grains and weak paramagnetic grains can be completely separated by a by a low field produced by neodymium magnetic plates. Most solid grains seen in every day life belong to the above magnetic categories. The experiment is performed in a short microgravity condition that lasted about 0.5 seconds.