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Love my 1960A cab loaded with four 16 ohm G12M-65 Creambacks.
Sell the Mustang 4 and buy a real speaker cabinet for the head. Quit wasting time with half a$$ed cludges.
What are you trying to configure? Speakers in cabs? Cabs to amps? What amp do you have? What speaker output impedances does your amp support? The...
All my instrument cables are 10' or 20' long. All my speaker cables are 3' long or less. Pretty hard to mistake one for the other.
You're welcome. Good luck.
Did you see my post just before your last one?
Suggest you go on line and search for a manual on your amp.
I decided to replace both plate resistors and the cathode resistor/bypass cap on the 12AX7.That seems to have done the trick. After a total of...
You plug the bass speaker output of the amp into the bass input of the cab and plug the treble speaker output of the amp into the...
I had a similar problem with the 5F6A I built and that was the cause. I have reflowed the solder joints and cleaned the input jack. It is not the...
This is not a ground buzz.
One of my amps has started making a soft crackling noise. The noise sounds like a combination of static and rustling leaves.
The amp in question...
Ummm, you do realize that you can flip the cable around the other way so that the angled plug is at the head end and the straight plug is at the...
Wins the prize as the most useless post in this thread.
No argument there. But trying to equate the sound quality and performance of a tube based on some physical characteristic like the OP asks is a...
Oh, well. You were wrong about the voltage ratings. Your loss.
But I'm sure you hate JJs.
I'm talking about electrical specs not manufacturing specs.
So what is a "12AX7" that is "close enough" compared to one that is "far over"? What...