Last I heard I beleive A Brown Soun out in California had a few leftOriginally posted by mustangman
hmm i love JBL i have JBL PA speakers, the 500w ones and love them so much, anyway do the jbl's in the twin sound really warm? and where might i go about buying these?
im sorry thats what i meant the vintage 30's, yeah some people have said the sliver face would eat them up. have you had experence with them?Originally posted by TheAmpNerd
I don't know about the classic 30s, but you would be fine with the vintage 30s in them.
If you have JBLs and the amp is working correctly, you should
have a wonderful tone machine there.
You're either a jensen C12N man or a JBL man. I am not talking about the italian jensens. Ted Webers version will do.Originally posted by GeetarGoul
Twins are bright amps. Which is why I love the darker sound of jensen C-12N's in a Twin. They work really well together.
Vintage 30s work great in twins.Originally posted by mustangman
im sorry thats what i meant the vintage 30's, yeah some people have said the sliver face would eat them up. have you had experence with them?
so even thought my TR is only 100 watts and 2 v30's are 120, it will still work great ?Originally posted by TheAmpNerd
Vintage 30s work great in twins.
V30s are rated at abou 60 watts each,
so two of them would be 120 watts.
Plenty for dissapation for a Twin.
A customer of mine has been gigging
and jamming his early 70s Twin Reverb,
which I bullet proofed for him, for the
last four years, about 4 - 5 nights
a week with his--with out any
He's in Forth Worth, Texas where they
do the blues, country, swing and some
country rock stuff. The jams are anybodies
guess, but he's had no problems at all.
Why not just unscrew the bolts??!!!Originally posted by Swarty
Keep in mind that Celestions have 4 holes and Fender amps have 8 bolts, so you either have to drill holes in the speakers or cut off the bolts (I've done both).
Good tip, I guess I was thinking of earlier amps that did not have the velcro'd on grill.Originally posted by John Phillips
Why not just unscrew the bolts??!!!
Pull the grille. You will see the fronts of the bolts. Unscrew four of them - they're left-hand threads into the wood so you have to turn them the 'wrong' way.
That's all there is to it.
Keep the bolts somewhere safe so you can put them back if you go back to 8-screw speakers.
I really cannot believe people cutting the bolts off, although I've seen many Fenders with it done. Drives me nuts. It's much harder work than doing it the right way.