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Vahagn 5th January 2006 11:05 PM

MARSHALL AVT50 mod.
 
I want to ask , is there anyone who knows, how can i modify my Marshall AVT 50 to get more power on clean channel?
my AVT-s overdrive channel louder about 3 times then clean.
does anyone have any idea?


P.S.(my english is bad, i know that sorry)

xstephanx 16th January 2006 03:36 AM

loooots of amps are like that, id tend to think most amps. i dont think you cna do anything about it. hence channel volume/master volume was invented!

Enzo 18th January 2006 07:50 AM

If you increase the gain of the clean channel, it will no longer sound clean. The distortion channels are louder because they are overdriven.

xstephanx 18th January 2006 02:57 PM

do you have channel and master volume? i dont know much about AVTs, i dont really like how they sound. The solution is not to make the clean channel LOUDER, its to make the driver channel QUIETER, in a way that your NOT adjusting gain, eg a power attenuator after the preamp.

But if you have a channel/master layout meaning your channels woudl loosk liek this

clean
gain bass mid treb volume
dirty
gain bass mid treb volume (fx?)
then a master at the end

adjust the two channel volumes (raise clean, lower dirty) so that you can switch channels without any volume boost.

although i always run my dirty or lead(if the rythm is really gainy too) channel with a BIT of boost, for them screamin solos :D

Gold_xyz 28th January 2006 07:52 PM

In many amplifiers section lead plays stronger than clean section,
this because the distorsion is given by the glut of a preamplifier stage.
for comparison You can test another AVT 50, AVT100 ecc. ecc.
however also on the clean amplifier has to give 50W output.

If guitar pickup have a low sensibility, it would be better then
to use a small one-transistor preamplifier with a 9V battery. :rolleyes:

Bye :)


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