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Old 13th March 2006, 11:23 PM   #11
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The whole trick in this is I am going to want 4-5 sets.
One of the reasons is a sort of fun thing. The setup requirement is basically Amps on left and right of drummer. He want a good split on the Stereo chorus effect as well as some panning and the ability to be heard by the second guitar stage left without relying on monitors.

The second pair of amps are basically back-ups and for use in the practice studio.

These guys are notoriously loud! Ever since he adopted/stole/hijacked one of my bandmaster/cloned/modded things he refuses to buy another branded amp lol

I guess thats what big brothers are for lol
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Old 14th March 2006, 04:44 PM   #12
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Here's the current build I plan to convert over to 6550's, As shown in pictures, I have plenty of room for bigger transformers,

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This particular amp sounds great though I was never able to incorporate the feedback from the speaker output. But Hey, even without it, It sounds fantastic. No hum or noises in human hearing range, No overheating even after a 3 hour dimed practice session.

I am considering switching to turret board construction and some minor relocating of things But right now,I Am Scared* LOL, These fit my head cabinets great, Sound great, and are not overly expensive to build.

* I dont need to build another tone generator lol
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