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Sandro

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I would like to buy an attenuator for my DRRI, wich one you suggest me to buy?

Sandro
 

Sandro

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WOW I never hear of the yello jackets learn something new every day.

Thanks for the feedback

Sandro
 

JeffOlson

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Check out THD's website for info on the Yellow Jackets. I use the triode type in my Super Reverb Reissue to really cut the power. They do change the tone a bit, and there is a slight Class-A hum, but they really give you a good blues tone at low volumes (and they still sound clean enough at lower volumes).
 

goodhonk

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weber mini mass 25 watt. $75 from weber. that's what i used with my drri. i sold it because i love the loud cleans better, and use fuzz for dirt.
 

GCDEF

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None. Try the THD Yellow Jackets instead and crank your amp.
For a Deluxe???

I've used Yellow Jackets in a bunch of amps. They change the sound some. Earlier clean channel breakup. Fatter distorted sounds. The one thing they really don't do is reduce the volume significantly.
 

smogfalls

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weber mini mass 25 watt. $75 from weber. that's what i used with my drri. i sold it because i love the loud cleans better, and use fuzz for dirt.
Weber is good but you certainly dont want the 25 watt for a 22 watt amp. You need the 50 watt attenuator. Unless frying amps is your pass time ;)
 

GCDEF

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Weber is good but you certainly dont want the 25 watt for a 22 watt amp. You need the 50 watt attenuator. Unless frying amps is your pass time ;)
I ran the 50 watt model with 50 and 60 watt amps and survived. That's no guarantee everybody will, but I wouldn't worry too much about the 25 model with a 22 watt amp. Obviously though, 50 would be safer.
 




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