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1983 JCM800 100w with my R/T Plexi Mod - A 2203 that I converted over to a 1959 Plexi circuit with my R/T Plexi Mod.

Not too sure about this demo Michael ,
sounds very gainy over here with little note
difinition and seem’s like the square 800 crunch is not there anymore , but it might be my laptop also , anyone else care to comment ?
 

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Not too sure about this demo Michael ,
sounds very gainy over here with little note
difinition and seem’s like the square 800 crunch is not there anymore , but it might be my laptop also , anyone else care to comment ?
I tried to listen through monitor speakers same experience. Seems to lack dimension or shape in the gain if that makes any sense. Lots of gain that’s for sure!
 

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I agree with everyone, the clips don't sound good at all.
I actually re-voiced the whole amp circuit for the customer when he came over and dialed it in with his 80's JCM800 Marshall cab. (G1265)
It sounds a lot better now and he was very happy with the results.
Good to know your customer is happy !!
The clip sounded gainy squishy over here so it’s
all good now !!.........happy ending !
 

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Good to know your customer is happy !!
The clip sounded gainy squishy over here so it’s
all good now !!.........happy ending !
To me that's what matters most. Happy Customer :)
It's not easy modding amps and trying to find the sound in someone else's head.
 

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Nice !!!..........mean and chewy at the same time with the right amount of bottom end !!
Yeah, I think these sound clips are a little better than the first ones I posted up.
It's really difficult to capture a good recording and sometimes I fail at it and sometimes I don't. :)
 
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