#1
i have an all tube amp and there are a couple open sockets that dont have tubes in them, will putting tubes in them make a difference?
#3
yes, put tubes in there! And depending, yes, more power tubes on the same channel = more volume as far as I know.
Last edited by Tempoe at Jun 14, 2010,
#5
I actually got confused, they were just small sockets covering small tubes
but heres a pic for your viewing pleasure: (note its an original princeton from the fifties or sixties, not a fender)
front:
http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/shop_image/uploads/Image/fender65small.jpg
back:
http://images.americanlisted.com/nlarge/1964_pre-cbs_fender_princeton_tube_amplifier_775_plainfield_in_9159324.jpg

very nice clean amp, very little gain tho
#6
Princetons are definately not supposed to have your high-game Triple Rectifier sound.
I'm curious... Has anyone done Quad rectifier?
..I was watching my death.
#7
Princetons will break up if you push them hard enough but only for that nice rock 'n roll tube distortion. It will never be high gain. I'm curious though about how this can be a Princeton amp that is NOT a Fender...
#8
Quote by inkandlead
Princetons will break up if you push them hard enough but only for that nice rock 'n roll tube distortion. It will never be high gain. I'm curious though about how this can be a Princeton amp that is NOT a Fender...


Fender bought Sunn amplifiers, which they then renamed to Fender Amplifiers.
So, it is possible to have a Fender model, but not have a Fender.
..I was watching my death.
#9
is there a way i could make my guitar sound good w/ high gain from some sort of pedal on a s1010 bass amp, then switch between the two?