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Bright and Thin....yes but that is not the tranny's fault,Originally posted by bmf5150
do you find them too bright and thin?i hear that coplaint alot?are they kind of high fi like in a good way?
Originally posted by bmf5150
i have a cerrem tranny in my plexi clone and i think its too warm..george from metroamp.com is having heyboer making clones of the late 68 style self lead dagnal 1.5 opt.there plexi opt they have now is the early opt.im waiting to see if those are more accurate than the mercury magnetics .a well respected electical engineer on the plexi palace says the mercury magnetics are not made correctly,and that attributes to the extended highs.so we will see what happens.waiting on georges protoype and to see what he thinks when he compares them to his original dagnal.
Hey AmpNerd, have you actually heard a Plexi Marshall before?Originally posted by TheAmpNerd
Consider the following:
O'Connor, K; The Ultimate Tone. (Generations of Tone). Volume 3. Power Press Publishing. London, Canada. Plexi, Page 7-1.
"The first prominent 800 amp was the master volume circuit that became the 2203 and 2204, 100W and 50W respectively. These used the same internal layout as the previous Plexi-styled amps but with a minor rewiring of the input stages. this wiring made all the difference [nerd note: as to the bright and thin sound], and was something techs around the world had been doing for many years."
Additional note to Fullerplast, now you should feel better that I'm including references in these posts. Lets ALL do this so we can check it all out, right?
Originally posted by hogy
Hey AmpNerd, have you actually heard a Plexi Marshall before?
"...the Marshall amps were so bright that they sounded downright thin for a solo guitar without a band behing it, but were still acceptable when the rest of the band was playing."
is completely wrong.
To the original poster, the OEI is better, but hard to get.
Hmmm,Originally posted by Swarty
Thin sounding plexi? Me wonders were this stuff gets conjurred up?