#1
Who says 100 watt heads cannot be used in the bedroom. Well, most cannot.

Okay, I did switch it to 50 watt mode. Channel 3, volume so low you can hear me pick over it at times. The fret buzz is due to hard attack and not coming through amp. All on channel 3(b), but I did switch to channel 3(a) and back toward the end. You can glean the gain difference. Volume is just at audible so 1 or less than 1. EQ is basically 5, 5, 6, which really does not matter because tone does not kick in until you crank it a bit. Nevertheless, still very useable decent bedroom level sound for a 100 watt head.

Forgive the notey like playing. I was a bit pissed as I had just recorded an excellent session with the volume at about 3 or 4 and it completely blew my mic out and sound was garbled and distorted. I dropped it down to one or just when sound kicks in and let her rip again.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoIDjWEwiG8
2008 Gibson LP
1968 Gibson LP
2005 Am Strat Del

88 Marsh JCM 800 1/2 stack
05 Marsh AVT50
08 H & K Triamp Mk. II
07 Orange PPC 212
08 Dr. Z 212
Last edited by 996ttcab at Dec 18, 2008,
#2
my duotone combo sounds fine a bedroom volumes, but I also threw yellow jackets and EL84s in it so it is running anywhere from 15-20w.
#3
Quote by Ddjembe Mutombo
my duotone combo sounds fine a bedroom volumes, but I also threw yellow jackets and EL84s in it so it is running anywhere from 15-20w.


Cool. What are the Yellow Jackets. Capacitors??? I am drawing a blank.
2008 Gibson LP
1968 Gibson LP
2005 Am Strat Del

88 Marsh JCM 800 1/2 stack
05 Marsh AVT50
08 H & K Triamp Mk. II
07 Orange PPC 212
08 Dr. Z 212