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some them at a little place way out on long island, ny, called stephan talkhouse, about 10 years ago. Charlie, and band, were amazing.
or even right over the bridge pickup. Move the right hand between those two spots, you'll hear the tone change. It can be addicting, cool effect.
so far, as I thought more compression and breakup from Weber, as opposed to Eminence.
sounds nice, if you move your right hand back, and pick right by the bridge, you can get that out of phase-ish tone.
I could pretty much say, more breakup, more nice alnico high end. Maybe a little less bottom. Will let you know, though.
if you want big tight bottom alnico, the weber 10a150 series. They are very loud though, though I think the gold is as well.
wow, you should send Victoria a pic of that. Victoria makes great stuff.
I have a weber 10a125, should be here friday to try in mine. I'm a sucker for alnico speakers. Yes, great amp, and greasy trem.
Is the mythical...
oingo boingo, haven't heard that name in a while.
apparently not, thinking back now, he was a little before Victoria. And people have started her that he was.
just mentioned in another thread, In 78, I had a Marshall JMP, 2x12 50 watt, thing had to be between 80 and 100 pounds. Great amp though.
good one, speaking of carrying amps. I had my Marshall JMP 50 watt, 2x12 speakers. My back hurts just thinking of it. What a beautiful amp though....
$1,332.00 for a Dumble.
actually, it did turn out that way. Good positivity M40A1.
exactly what I should have written, my mistake. I was just thinking that Victoria was right on the initial wave, yesterday, whilst I was at home...
was just thinking, Mark Baier was the first guy to start doing boutique amps, in the early 90's. He's still making great amps. And he's a great...
I remember liking it better than 5150, which seemed to slick. Eat em was balls out rock and roll.
and the original one, which I had, had just one knob.
are these amps supposed to break up that early? Could be bad power or rectifier tubes?
or a hotter bridge pickup, by Lindy Fralin, though it maight take away from notch position
totally agree, his slide on Curtis Loew, and his solo on am I losin, mant song writing credits
a shame what Kossoff did to himself. Always loved catch a train, by Free.
I thought the last "new" thing he did was the intro into mean streets, forget what its called, but it was pretty cool.
Skynyrd were huge Free fans. And Gary, maybe Allen as well, were big Kossoff fans.