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Discussion in 'Building the Classics' started by Exojam, Aug 4, 2018.
8 is the sweet spot, 9-10 the quality of the tone begins to fall off imo.
So yesterday I decided to make some measurements of the the system I was using looking at harmonics and a waterfall to see how bad my "guitar" room is.
So the equipment being used is as follows:
SG Gothic with David Allen Powerage pickups.
The amp I just built in this thread with matching Mullard XF2 Single Halos for power tubes,
V1 - Baldwin/Sylvania 12AX7
V2 - GE JAN 12AX7A
V3 - Raytheon JAN 12AX7
Mesa Recto Rectifier 2x12 Cab Cabinet Celestion V30s England
Setting of the amp are in a screenshot and guitar volume and tone were around 6
Show with the screenshots, I split them up in a few ways. One has the fundamental and all harmonics, one has the fundamental and even harms, one has the fundamental and odd harms and maybe one more, there is a screenshots of the amp settings and one waterfall.
wondering what some of you guys think of the harms, as for the waterfall (which I knew before even taking this one) is that the room I play in ABSOLUTELY SUCKS for acoustics.
All harms in %
fund and all harms
I added another one real quick that changes the scale to db relative and i hovered over the fundamental so it is in yellow and easy to pick up which may make it easier to compare the harms to it.
"...the room I play in ABSOLUTELY SUCKS for acoustics."
Install some bass traps in the corners of the room, and it can be a whole new amazing world.
That is the plan. I have corner traps and other panels in my family and man do they make a world of difference.
I still (I believe) a whole box of 2”*2’*4’, 12 sheets of 203 in the basement I can use. I just need to pick out some fabric and build some frames.
Not sure why more home players like myself do not do this in the guitar world. When I was big into speakers and subs it seemed more people would do this.