I purchased a Jensen C10R. Wow, amazing! it made the replaced speaker sound like a toy. also the quality and workmanship was flawless...I finally have the tone I've been looking for. thank you.
I bought a pair of P10Rs for a friend's Vibrolux as payment for a drill press I bought from him, I liked the sound so I bought a pair to go with my Fender Vibrosonic and my Peavey Delta Blues 210 and they sound great.
I just finished the building of a bass/guitar cab with your Jensen Mod 15-200. Its perfect with my Traynor Bassmaster YBA-1A MKII 100 watts head. For bass, I got a vintage 70s rock sound as well as a punk sound depending on the Eq setting. For guitar, classic cranked british sound out there. I'm very pleased for the moment. Great product for the price, only time will tell for reliability and I'll still be a buyer if you keep low prices, great quality and don't move your factory to Asia.
Here it is - Installed a Jensen Vintage Ceramic C12Q last year in a 5e3 kit amp. I tried other speakers to include small plug magnet alnicos. But the sound of the C12Q works the best for all volume levels of this amp. I tried the more powerfull ceramics and they sounded muddy at lower to moderate volumes. The light weight alnicos sounded too thin and had no punchy bass. IMO The C12Q is just right for all volumes and it realy handles the higher volume crunch very well: No flubby bass, and no crackling. It took me about 6 months to break it in at loud volumes, and now the speaker sounds a lot smoother than before and can handle higher volumes better. Some think that Alnicos are the way to go with a 5e3, but the C12Q does better than more expensive speakers in a 5e3.
I just completed a 2x12 cab with your Jet Falcon Speakers, it is the best sounding cab I have ever heard, the tone is what I have been looking for, great depth, rich and full for all playing styles. Thanks for an amazing speaker.