Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by moidan, Oct 8, 2018.
Go to the “EVH is a guitar dead end” thread. The OP lists quite a few.
Isn’t the Sebago Texas Flood a clone of the #002 SSS?
Yes, and I think a cool one too
Here's the thread @NorCal_Val is referring to:
When you get to Allan Holdsworth or Scott Hernderson come back to me. In the meantime, I am not a 13 year old girl.
When you get your SSS#2 clone, and you want to sell the Twinkle Land, pm me ..... but if you ever do, joking aside, i'd be interested
Not sure what constitutes a guitar hero, but I'd definitely add Blake Mills and Julian Lage to that list.
The pedal is the Ayan Smooth and Slim, which does knock off highs if you want it but the #2 is not a bright amp naturally. That's right, the BLK1 video was just with a solo Oak Cliff Special, which is the SSS #2 clone that is justifiable because Bill at Two-Rock maintains and services #2 ever since Mayer has owned it. He was able to build clones of SSS #2 while the original was on the same bench. So I support ufguy that Van Weeldens are great and he's a tremendous builder of the D-style circuit, but if you haven't been in #2 and you are just going off the 90% schematics available on the internet then it's tough to pay up for an 'exact' clone.
It is, but again I don't know how, when or where Bill Sebago would have had a chance to be in the vicinity of the original since Mayer purchased it.
Also, the original transformers on SSS #2 were from a BF Twin Reverb, so not much in the way of special sauce when it comes to sourcing the transformers.
Yeah, the who's who of "Who?".