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Valve tone stack work on solid state?
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Old 16th January 2018, 02:19 AM   #11
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That amp HAS a "Fender Twin tonestack" IN it.

Except all the values are different, and not all the same ratio. (If it was same-ratio the response would be unchanged.) And a minor difference in how the MID pot comes in, which only matters at extreme. The result does not look "wrong".

I'm not sure if djgibson's 850Hz is a mis-reading of those cap values, or may be real. Some of those caps do seem awful shy, but I hate that notation and the sloppy labeling. 13dB down at 85Hz is heavy bass-shave but *may* be appropriate for a small g-amp working with a bass player. (Don't compete for boom; sing higher than the bass.) It won't be impressive playing alone.
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