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JDaniels, why not get a 2204 kit build your own even if its really a single channel amp?
There you can tweak until it is your voice, your tone...
Got some excellent feel to them.
I'm just a bullshitting shredder.
You can swap EL34 to 6l6 as long as there is enough adjustment for appropriate bias current.
This applies to the JVM series and the 2555x.
I actually have the same thing...the Lead 80 in a 1x12 closed cab.
dptone5 described it well.
I can only add that it is a great, tight...
Tightens up the sound, can be used to create additional voice/tones, and or a leaf boost.
no....not at all. I have the 205 and a 410h.
I think you better check your meter, the probes or the contacts...
Your ears must be really sensitive...you sure you're not coming down with something?
Excessive fluid or water in the ear canal?
I play at...
I haven't played a DSL15...but I do own the 20H.
It can go from clean green to insane gain and get the in-between...
It is a 2 channel (with...
All of it.
Without power tubes you'd hear nothing.
But seriously....maybe 5-8% of the whole tone coloration is from Power Tubes.
Hmm...my 205h head is quiet compared to my 410h.
I run a house gate in the loop of the 205 for hiss ...it doesn't exhibit the squealing the 410...
I had a JCM900half power switch.
Seriously; all it does is kill low end.
Doesn't make the amp half as loud.
Half power does not equal half...
Are you saying the bias changes while playing, but remains steady when not playing?
Or saying that you start at 30ma, play for a bit, check it and...
Yes, No, Maybe.
Tube variance by manufacture..and even within a manufacturer, is not a tight tolerance. Internal resistance/mu can be all...
Most standby switched cut power between first hulk cap and rectifier, disabling the high DC voltage.
I don't mean to sound rude, but just take the amp in to a tech.
If you can't test and diagnose speaker cables, it is dangerous to try and talk...