Gauss Speaker Company
The Gauss Speaker Company was an American company that made loudspeakers. Gauss speakers were approved by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation and found widespread use among rock musicians of the 1960s and 1970s. The company is notable for its technical improvements in driver design, which include the use of a double spider.
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