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  1. scozz

    scozz Well-Known Member

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    How old is it? How long have the Weber attenuators been around?
     
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  2. tidbit

    tidbit Active Member

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    I think from around 2006ish?

    It looks like this...nothing like what they make today
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  3. tidbit

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    Just wanted to clear up the record. When I first was switching cabinets, I still had the Weber set to 16ohms even though the cab was 8ohms.

    I noticed the issues fairly quickly but I had already written my review. The Weber actually sounds fine in both the 5 and 20 watt range but for home use, I now am using it in 5 watts WITH the attenuator (for recording). This amp kicks out the jams.

    Both of my bands cancelled this week and last due to weather conditions so I have yet to try it with a group but....I can't imagine for a second that it wouldn't be able to keep up.

    Also..I did try the JHS black box in the effects loop. It does work much to my surprise. I believe I like the sound of the Weber a little better due to cooking power tubes but the JHS is very acceptable.
     
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  4. Ian Alderman

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    Louder! LOUDER! I vicariously eye these Studio Vintage threads a lot, as a Studio Classic diehard I think I'm developing a soft spot for the Vintage. Perhaps the head with a couple of sourmash 2061s underneath...
     
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