Here's an update on my set up .
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I would let you try it out, if I was in your vicinity.WHAT DID YOU SAY?? I CAN"T HEAR YOU!!!!!
I think I am coming to your house, that pretty sweet man.
It's a play area for both me and my daughter 😉The play mat really sells the whole package
The snakeskin head is a JTM45 MKII clone with KT66 power tubes. It's made by an unknown builder and was purchased used.What's the modded Marshall? Or is it an old PA amp?
You guys must all be deaf. I'm getting there with this humble pile of gear.
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Good description. I never tried it over 9 o'clock where it's eardrum tearing loud. I should bring it outside once and let it rip so the whole county knows there's a Rebel under that green roof.That Egnater looks vicious, that amp looks like if I were to put it full volume .... my grand children would walk with a Limp !!!! 😱
Love that Funky Vibe !!!!I have a '53 Champ, '60 Ampeg R-12, '65 Princeton Reverb, modded '68 YBA-1,'69 Bassman, '73 JMP Lead, '73 Champ, '75 Music Man Sixty-Five, '79 Bassman 70, '91 Crate Vintage 20, '93 Crate Vintage 50, de Lisle 15P, Swart AST Master, Emery Superbaby, Monkeymatic Lassen, Bogen PA, Fisher 680-A, (incoming) Soldano SLO-30, Fryette Power Station and possibly a late 60s Traynor YBA-1A.
I have a lot of speaker cabinets.
Here's my home rig setup. I have the Fryette Power Station, De Lisle Amp-Speaker 12x12 Deluxe with built in load and attenuator loop, Furman power conditioner with LED voltage and amperage display, Furman power condition, another Furman power conditioner and a Korg rack tuner.
I run my guitar into the tuner, then into my overdrives, then into the De Lisle three way selector pedal, then into the amp-speaker selector where I can choose one of the eight amps and ten cabinets I have connected. I can either use or bypass the Fryette Power Station to boost or attenuate my amp signal.
The amp-speaker selector has a built in 8 Ohm load so I can have any of my amps powered on and they see a load. If I'm using my Power Station, which I nearly always do, I have to use the amp and speaker impedance selectors to match the impedance loads of whatever amp and cabinet I'm using.
The Fryette is the centerpiece of my rig because it is the answer to the problem of having a vintage 50 watt amp but living in a suburban setting where being able to fully crank that 50 watter is not an option. Now I CAN crank whatever amp I'm using but employ the Fryette to lower the volume to a realistic and suitable level. Since it's a reactive load, my tone remains pretty true.
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I can run that '53 Champ through the Fryette and choose a 4-8 Ohm cabinet and boost the volume to as much as 50 watts. Think about that for a minute. A cranked '53 Champ that uses a 6SN7 octal preamp tube, a 6V6 power tube and a 5Y3 rectifier tube and boost its volume from 5 watts to 50 watts! I've never boosted it to 50 watts but I have boosted it to around 20 watts or so.
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