#1
I've heard of people adding things like reverb to their amps and well, I was wondering if anyone could add a whole nother channel to their amp? Would it degrade the sound of the other two channels?
#2
more channels = more tubes or etc!
it shouldn't really affect the sound of the other channels, but my friend's amp (which is supposidly 2 channels) does this thing where when you have something plugged into channel 1, if you mess around with the channel 1 volume knob, it acts like a presence control.

Note, it's a homebrew fender deluxe.
#3
Damn, I doubt anyone would actually want to make another channel. I wish Orange came out with a Triple Channel Amp.

You think if I could switch out the 6L6s in a Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier with EL34s I could get closer to a Orange sound? What else could propel me towards Orange? Obviously one of their cabs.
Last edited by im fresh to it at Jul 20, 2006,
#4
not necessarily an orange cab, just some celestion vintage30s
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#5
Cool. So if I changed the tubes and put in Celstion 30s, how exactly close do you think I could come?
#6
i'm not sure how close you'd get, but you'd really, REALLY want to rebias your amp if you're swapping tubes
just in case, you know.
#7
Why not sell your Mesa and get an Orange if you love them so much?
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