My experience with SS stuff and modeling and the like has been less than stellar.
I really like a Deluxe Reverb cranked up. Your DVM will never...
Love Blues and rootsy rock.
Strat and Deluxe Reverb with TS-9 does it all. Maybe some wah.
The DRRI had a few different speakers used by Fender. The current model uses a Jensen C12K, a ceramic speaker. I think it sounds great! I've...
This is odd because any pedal I have thrown at my DRRI has worked beautifully. TS-9, SD-1, BD-1, way old MXR Distortion +, Cry Baby Wah, Loads of...
Those original caps look fine. No leaking or anything. I would of had them tested before I replaced them. The tubes look like NOS. Don't change...
Both of those posts were good suggestions. You might want to check for a bad preamp tube. A bad screen resistor also sounds like that.
All those clips on that site are great! Can you do them on the fly in a performance setting or is it mainly a studio thing?
I am thinkiing about getting a Carbon Copy. Is there an easy way to tell the difference between the version 1 and the version 2?
I have a bagel store near me that is not open on Sundays. WTF!!
It's not a Tweed tone but a DRRI at 22 watts may be just what the doctor ordered.
You can mike up the Deluxe or use a pedal with the Twin but I...
Are you still living at your parents house at 23?
If so you need to get your own life and buy whatever you want or can afford.
At 23 I had my...
Here are some user reviews of the Ceraminc C12K 100 watt Jensen.
The Jensen C12K 12" 100 watt speaker that comes with the recent DRRI is a great speaker. About 100 bucks.
A ceramic speaker but nice and warm.
25 watts is plenty enough for all but the biggest venues. Playing a bar or local club then this way enough.
I have used a DRRI at 22 watts at a...
IMO a DRRI is more versatile than the Princeton. 12" speaker and 22 watts you can gig with. Certainly classic Fender tone.
Looks like an SG that has melted a bit.
Get a female to female connector and a good speaker cable.
You will still need to rebias your amp if you want it to sound it's best.
The one you like to play the most.
Guess you don't like a real Strat.
That's OK loads of cheap and expensive copies of the real thing out there.
One thing they all have in...
That guitar sucks!
Gibson is the only maker who earns the right to make a Les Paul. Your's is just a poor copy of the real thing. Sorry
I took my '57 American Vintage Reissue and had Jumbo frets installed.
Plays like a dream and bending is a breeze.
I can play cowboy chords...
pold is a troll
How many times are you going to post this idiotic thread?
Thank you very much!!!