Imagined Days wrote:So I just saw on a respected sources website that Jerry's Twin had .022's in the tonestack instead of the normal .1 and .047. So, I don't buy it, and if it is true, when was this change supposedly made?
While the insides of these amps have never been seen by the public, and obviously were "work in progress", these "Upgrades" to the Fender Twin reverbs are mostly Per "Insider's" Instructions and personal comments on the subject. There are still unknowns, and further research is ongoing. This is a well researched attempt to show how and where certain "Modifications" were done to Jerry's Twin Reverbs.
Imagined Days wrote:Waldo, Thank You very much for the free info!! Didn't mean any disrespect by saying i don't buy it! So, I will give this a shot, but still feel that it will brown the sound out. Marshal's use these values in their tonestacks I think? It goes against clarity in tone. Also, I prefer Jerry's 77' tone, and assume he was at stock values in his tonestack of his Twin then? Ya' think?
MTA61 wrote:Hi Waldo, do you know what the slope resistor and treble cap values are in the tone stack on those sound clips? Are they left stock or changed as well?
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