#1
i hear they have some kind of weird hybrid thing in them but there still all tube so could somebody explain this? like the gain stages are solid state or something. i just want to know if it matters tonewise.
#2
Well they use diodes to clip, but to be honest i think they sound very tbe-ish.
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#3
there just normal all-valve amps. theres no gibberish about solid state gain stages, both channels on the jcm 900 are valve the only different thing is that channel one goes up to 10 and channel two goes up to 20 (in a literal sense, not just its numbered to 20 instead of 10)
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#8
^Yes. The SL-X. THe Dual Reverb is better IMO, the SL-X felt like it wanted to be a two channel amp (two gain controls, two volume controls) but was a one channel one.
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