#1
Right so I was looking at the 6505+ combo n its really seemed to me like a great amp from clips i've heard. But then i seen someone here saying that as long as a tube amp has a Master Volume then its fine for home playing, so that made me think more about the 6505+. Took a look and found it doesnt have a master volume.

Here comes the stupid question. How do i turn up/down the volume? as i dont see any "volume" knobs there. Do i control the volume using the Pre and Post knobs?

Sorry I'm a noob when it comes to tube amps.
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#3
On the image i'm looking at there is no volume knob, the only master knob there is for reverb as far as i can see.
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#4
nobody?
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#5
there's pre and post gain knobs for each channel.

Pre = distortion

Post = volume.

Hope that helps (I had to have a friend explain it the first time I tried one).


For a good clean tone, turn down pre to 1 or 0, turn off crunch, turn up post. (for jazzy tone, lower treble, and up mids and bass. Other wise, lower bass and up mids and treble for standard clean tone.)
#7
ah thanks guys that helps alot, i was just all like when i saw no volume controls lol, cheers guys.
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