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how does yours sound?
Hmmm ... that's too bad. This is a 63. But I have a 64 in my apartment in Boston and although I've never been able to crank it there, I actually think the cleans sound a LITTLE better on that one ... but they both pretty much sound identical.Originally, my '64 or '65 Falcon was VERY bright and had virtually no distortion, even with humbuckers.
I found a thread on the yahoo guitar groups on how to improve the crestline amps by converting them to "tweed" specs of the pre-Crestline models. This involved changing a few componants and removing a "tone and gain sucking network" that was comprised of a few caps and resistors.
Well, now my amp has too much distortion and breaks up too early. It is still a bit bright and the amp just lacks bottom end. I'm not sure if this is due to the tiny transformers. There are a few really cool settings on the amp that give it a really cool old-school distortion tone, but I really want to have a tech try and mod the amp some more.
But you're amp sounds great!