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A usable tone for some types of music, I suppose, but not what I personally like from an SLP. The amp looks like a clone to me. Out of curiosity,...
Oh, I know, just havin' a little fun, too tempting.
"doing you right", that's funny, you mean like "who's your daddy"?
The one (or two) constants, 2203's and Super Leads have always seemed to be among the most revered.
My experience with the Power Brake (have 2 of them), is that they need a minor modification to sound their best. Without that mod, they can get a...
If you're gonna go for an attenuator, please don't make it a THD, worst attenuator I've ever used, and it was with a 1987x.
I agree, if he could get his hands on a good attenuator, trying the amp out at higher volume settings is the way to go.
What year is the amp, does it have an FX loop? Early reissues did not have an FX loop.
I personally wouldn't mod a non-master amp by adding a master volume. Been there, done that, a couple of times. Adding a master volume changes the...
SL-X 2500 (need to change your poll options, it says "XLS")
I don't think they sound like an 800, and they don't have more gain, just more distortion (via diode clipping).
I'm sure you'll get tons of info on 2x12's, but I'd personally go with a 4x12 for a 410H. The JVM was designed around a 1960 cab with T75's.
Yeah, "relic" and "distressed" instruments are totally different, and not really comparable to "finished" instruments with damage.
"If you were choosing to buy a new guitar no scratches dings etc verses a slightly used one with some visible defects would you still feel good...
Same here, I like the cab width to match the head width (when possible).