#3
actually min,

isnt that 28" DiFFrent?
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#5
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girls are always so concerned about a few extra inches.



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#6
you probably wont notice too much of a diffrence, maybe a little less hi end, deeper bass but thats all.
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#7
While a 12" speaker's cone typically has more surface-area than a 10" speaker's cone, you are actually loosing surface-area since you are reducing the number of speakers from four to one. Now, this depends highly on what speakers were actually in the amp versus what they will be replaced with, but you'll probably be sacrificing low-end because of the loss of surface-area.

As to the change in top-end and mid-range... that depends completely on whatever speakers we're talking about.


My private opinion is that a 4x10" is a beautiful speaker-setup, and anyone who willingly destroys it should have his dick lopped off.
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#8
min, that made me lawl
Originally posted by primusfan
When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.


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#10
yeah in that case,
yes, it's a big difference.
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#11
in that case, you're going to a different amp as well. many characteristics of your tone will be different hahaha
Originally posted by primusfan
When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.


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#12
blues jr is a completely different amp compared to the blues deville
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#13
Quote by ECistheBest
blues jr is a completely different amp compared to the blues deville

What do you suggest? Then. I use hd500
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#14
a power amp. for your digital modeler.

why are you getting an amp if you get all your noises and sounds from your modeler?
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#15
Quote by AcousticMirror
a power amp. for your digital modeler.

why are you getting an amp if you get all your noises and sounds from your modeler?


Because i don't know WTF I'm doing. I want to cry. Rbh
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#18
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What's a power amp?

Amps for electric guitars can be roughly divided into two parts:
1) preamp
2) power-amp

The preamp amplifies the signal from your guitar to a level that the power-amp can work with and typically does most of the tone-shaping in modern amps.

The power-amp takes whatever signal it is fed by the preamp and amplifies it to a level that is sufficient to drive a speaker.

Since your modelling processor is basically a kind of preamp, all you need in addition is some sort of power-amp and a speaker-cab and you'd be set.

You can, for example, consider Atomic Reactor amps (power-amp + speaker in one unit, basically looks like a regular combo for electric guitar).

Alternatively, you can use the effects loop on any regular amp to bypass it's preamp, effectively plugging your processor straight into the power-amp. Or you can plug the processor into an amp's front-end like you'd plug a guitar into it.