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Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by Paul Conway, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. Paul Conway

    Paul Conway Member

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    Zendrive + Reverend guitar + Blues Jnr with a G12H. :)

    Now I know what these little pieces of joy can do for us. Plugged that little lot together and I swear I saw colours in the air.

    I know we shouldn't lust after gear, but these things were worth it.
     
  2. voojo

    voojo Gold Supporting Member

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    Nice! What type of Reverend?
     
  3. Paul Conway

    Paul Conway Member

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    Old Slingshot and a Wolfman.
     
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    Hey Paul!

    Please tell me about the speaker you have in your Blues Jnr. I will be replacing the stock one in mine at some point this year and want to know what this one sounds like in comparison. I'm really looking for a loud, clean speaker with lots of lows and sparkly highs that is slow to break up. Thanks!

    :)
     
  5. sandman

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    Me wants to know too! (even though this belongs to amp section)
     
  6. Paul Conway

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    It's actually a mate's amp, but the Celestion G12h gives a sparkly, clean sound - quite bright - with fairly tight low-end. Break up wise....medium to late, I'd say. If you want really late break up (and maybe this isn't the amp for that), maybe try an Eminence Patriot?

    PS - I did wonder which category to put it in, but as I've just found the secret to the Zendrive (clue: it's the 'voive' control IMHO), here it goes.
     

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