The G12H tends to sound bright anyway, though. Over the years they got harder and harder to find and re-cone kits were becoming rare as well. These speakers had their own character. All four have their original Pulsonic cones. Even so, I doubt that these differences were that huge and I bet they were so subtle it would be impossible to hear by most of us.
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Celestion 25w. Greenback Speaker Dating
Since it used the same heavy 50 oz magnet as the extinct G12H 30w, it was marketed with such a strange name, even though it was not even rated at 30w. Pulsonic lead cone. The materials probably and the machines are the same, so why would they be different? But remember the following: The Pulsonic cones have the reputation of being the sweetest of them. And this is where most opinions diverge.