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Old Yesterday, 09:35 PM   #11921
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On a 1960 infinitum can I remove 2 tube to cut the volume? Its way to loud but get better tone when cranked. Master volume on back doesn't really cut it at all.
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Old Yesterday, 10:42 PM   #11922
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Yeah that should be alright (your impedances on the back are now double what they normally would be so keep that in mind) but honestly that isn't going to cut much volume at all. I also would be wary of doing that with the Infinium tech, it might kick up a fit if you are doing things out of the ordinary, I can't say for certain though.
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On a 1960 infinitum can I remove 2 tube to cut the volume? Its way to loud but get better tone when cranked. Master volume on back doesn't really cut it at all.

With the non infinium yes, but with the new ones I'm not sure. is the MV on the back panel not working for you?
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