Hello! If you use an A/B box you can channel switch with the C18.
The Switchbone is a good way to go..
Regarding Steve Stevens Roccaforte C18, he has a custom made C18 combo. He used it on Billy Idol's "Devils Playgound" CD.
This is simply not true.
Mercury has wound transformers for Matchless regardless what Matchless uses now. Also, I consider Bogner a major company, and they're much larger than TopHat and Swart. Guess whats in a Bogner?
"compared to good transformers". LOL. I'm out of here. bye.
Dumbles are 50, 100, 150 watts yet jazz players who play at low
volume use them. How can this be????
I'm still using 100watts non-master and a 412".
Yeah, it hurts a little to move the cab but I have bandmates.
I told myself a long time ago that when the day comes
that I can't carry my gear...
Provided you're not playing at high levels you'll be ok,
but if you are playing at peak power levels you're risking
a tube, socket, or transformer failure.
As far as speaker loads go, your particular model is safe
down to 2 ohms.
Interesting thread. We all hear things differently.
For me, the Eminence Black mountain, and the Celestion G12H30's
are amazing. Live I use the G12H30's in a Roccaforte 4 12".
The Eminence Black Mountains for a 2 12" open or closed back
are the bomb.
I have other speakers I love too, but...
When I went to Texas, I spent a day at Charlies Guitars (Dallas).
There were no kids working there and everyone was helping customers as they walked
through the door. Nice guys, and good players hangout there.
I've been bit many times. I think the worst one was from a charged capacitor in one of my products. I was drilling a hole and put my hand in after touching the capacitor. Everything went dark for a split second just like turning out the lights and then turning them back on really fast.