strumminsix wrote:Okay, the clean to 10 twin thing that always bugs me.
tigerstrat wrote:Twin - solid state rectifier
Deluxe - tube rectifier
If he's just tapping the pre, I would expect (because I've never done) that it would be pretty hard to tell the diff.
tigerstrat wrote:strumminsix wrote:Okay, the clean to 10 twin thing that always bugs me.
When using it's own power section, my BF Twin (OK Showman, same diff) starts breakup at about 5.5 and by 7-8, is entering the creamy range of 1968-1969 Cautions or Other Ones. The thing is that, by around vol=4, it is already way way too loud for most stages, and nowhere near breakup yet. By the time you reach =6, and actually get to breakup, its peeling paint off the walls. Those boys must've had ridiculous stage levels in the primal days.
waldo041 wrote:half a twin is exactly what i went after
Pete B. wrote:Anyone try the '65 Reissue Princeton Reverb?
jonarobb wrote:Pete B. wrote:Anyone try the '65 Reissue Princeton Reverb?
I evaluated one for Fender last year when it was still in R&D. I do warranty work for Fender which I hate, but that's another story. Anyway, they send me a letter saying my company had been "chosen" to evaluate a PRRI that had already been run for 25+ hours. It came with a cute little questionaire and complimentary multimeter with a Fender logo on it. I noticed after I finished the eval and sent everything back along with my suplimental letter describing in detail what I think is wrong with the current FMIC philosophy, I stopped getting all those freebies, like tubes, strings, and calenders...
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