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  1. cudamax2343

    cudamax2343 Active Member

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow4KDMAszI8"]http://www.youtube,com/watch?v=Ow4KDMAszI8[/ame]
    Any thoughts. I love the simple layout 2 power tubes and 2 small tubes. Just like the Thunderbolt
    and its different.
     
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    It sounds really nice.. Whats the wattage?
     
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    Not sure it didn't say but with 2 6l6's should be around 40 watts I think.
    Can't really tell but I seen that video many times and the trannies look a lot bigger than most univox's I seen. Can't wait to get it. I hope this gamble pays off.
     
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    Do you have any history or specs on it?
     
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    cudamax2343 Active Member

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    No. Nothing. If you seen the video thats all I got too. Until it get to my home.
    I'm even doughting it is a Univox. It might of been one. Maybe but I dought it.
    Looks all home made to me and I have never seen a 220 plug on a chassis
     
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    It is interesting... Let us know what you think when it lands and you get a closer look.:)
     
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    Well I got it and it sounds pretty good. It will not get dirty but its the best clean I've ever had. Almost to much treble and on my les paul and any single coil guitars its the Sweetest sounding Amp on the neck pickup postion ever and only sounds good thru Vintage 30's and is ear piercing. No neck mud what so ever and turns-em into almost like new guitars.
     
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    Some vintage glass might get it to break up! :thumb:
     
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    It does. Might just be the way it is. With this thing. I really don't know but its a real sweet clean. Here is some photos.
    marshall.com: The Leading First Names Site on the Net
    I have enough dirty amps and never and I mean never even liked or used a clean channel "Clean" because nothing ever sounded good. I think I'll keep this just the way is is and get a 2 1x12 Krank Rev jr cabs and put in Vintage 30's just for the head. They are just as wide as the head and it would fit perfect on top of them. With this thing all my guitars are like playing something new.
    Love it for the clean and its fricking loud. Maybe a A/B Morley for switching into and back to a Marshall
     

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