use the Intensity formula I=Io x 10^(B/10)
where Io= 1x10^-12 W/m2 which is the lowest limit of hearing, and B is in dB
Try out a value of B=-10dB for example
I=1 x 10^(-12) x 10^(-10/10)
=1 x 10^(-12-1)
=1 x 10^(-13) W/m^2
=0.0000000000001 Watts/square meter, which is still a positive...
Went to see Ten Years After at Maple Leaf Gardens in the mid 70's. The Marshall's were cranked and he had glorious sound. Great voice too.
But the whole band was really good and supported him very well. Great humbuckers through those old Marshall's has got to sound really good no matter.
I think that great ES-335's are easier to find.
But very good Les Paul's, standards and customs, are generally very good guitars for what's out there too, especially after you plug them in and turn them up. A big set of good humbucker's like the 57's or 490's are going to sound good no matter...
You might sink those tex mex pickups deeper into the body, like barely above the pick guard to get the very best sound out of them.
Found out that this really takes these guitars way over the top even though they are already way over the top already.
Another thing. If you look at the grain...
I was wrong about the ceramic magnet and it is in fact an Alnico pickup. As for the JB name the Jeff Beck was something I'd heard from more knowledgeable than myself at the time. But it seemed to be appropriate at the time back when these came out whether it as true or not. I am not sure that...
Either one is a really great choice.
I've got the Babyface pro fs for portability and is enough for me.
Fireface UCXII has more line in's, more line out's, more channels for expansion 40 channels (20 in, 20 out), vs 24 channels (12 in, 12 out).
Fireface UCXII portability can record directly into...