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So maybe 57.14 or so. Maybe.
Alnico. My P10R sounds great. Needed little break-in. I had a tweed IV briefly (mine is fawn) that had a brighter P10R. Traded for the fawn within...
I have a 2013 Varsity. I have played the 10" Lyric. Not quite the 'bigness' of my Varsity but it will hold its own at a smaller gig. While...
Beat all top four-ranked teams. Never been done before. Beat 7 of the top ten. I am not an LSU fan but they dominated this last season like no...
Top team period....as far as single seasons go.
Was thinking about that for my Pro Junior IV. Did you also get that cable they sell to go with it? Thanks.
@DecoWaves thanks. It would be overwhelmingly for home use. I play monthly at a local brewery/bar. Never more than maybe 40 people in attendance....
Compared to your JC-40 is the JC-22 still 'big' enough? Meaning do those 6.5" speakers give a full enough sound? Thanks.
Played all of them. A lot. Gigged the Katana 50 several times. No brainer for you: Deluxe Reverb Tonemaster.
Whole Lotta Years
Elvis would be 85 today. David Bowie would be 73 today. Robbie Krieger is 74 today. Damn those decades march on and on.
Does it reek of cigarette smoke?
The IV version definitely fixed the early breakup on the Pro Junior. I gig mine out and stay clean enough, and loud enough, at 6-7 on the volume...
Like both but usually take the simplest option. So...I own the Pro Junior IV in the rare fawn covering. Far better-sounding than the Pro Junior...
Post of the thread. The whole entire 1,357,638 posts/3997 pages thread.
I am old. I grew up playing in the wall-of-amps era. Had one head w/4 X 12" cab. Had the afore-mentioned Twin Reverb. With SROs.
Now? I play out...
Yeah but.......watch this space. Fender headquarters is right up the road. I'm saying Super Reverb, Princeton Reverb, and yes, a tweed.
What I heard from a salesman at a guitar store.
New-era Magnatone Varsity.
TMDR fits that. Well. Set the attenuation feature for your environment, crank up the amp volume and use your guitar volume for clean to dirt.
I already put him on ignore.
No, half of my audience are musicians. Making another point.
I had a 1970 Twin since new. Cranked it at my gigs. For years. (No longer possible to do such where I practice and where I perform.)