#1
I currently own the Traynor YCV50Blue and had planned on purchasing the Epiphone Valve Junior head. And I was wondering if I could use my YCV50 as the cab?
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#3
^The more amps the better.

And yes, you can.
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#4
You can, apparently, but it won't sound nearly as good as your Traynor...
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#5
Quote by That_Pink_Queen
^The more amps the better.

And yes, you can.


Yeah, but why would you buy a worse amp? And then use the better one as just a cab?
#6
Because the Valve Jr is insanely easy to mod and is a lot like a blank canvas. Also remember that most amps sound different.

TS, you can you just have to hook it into the speaker, how i forget.
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Quote by codybcool
Because the Valve Jr is insanely easy to mod and is a lot like a blank canvas. Also remember that most amps sound different.

TS, you can you just have to hook it into the speaker, how i forget.


exactly

YAY! Good Info 2 know.

While at a friend of a friends house I played threw a moded one of these. It has a REALLY GOOD hendrix sound to it. When I found out what it was and how much he paid for it, I had to buy one. And now that I know I can use my Traynor as a cab, im buying one when I get my pay check this friday.
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Ah, I never really thought of modding amps. Seems interesting yet terribly difficult.

There are some very easy mod kits and instructions going on ebay.
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#10
Quote by gibsonpenguin
Why are you getting the Valve Jr. if you already have a YCV50Blue?



I have a Valve Jr and I also have a Fuchs, a Two-Rock and a Marshall...what's your point?
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#11
yup.. I have the Ebay gain Mod kit on my VJ head. Pretty easy to install and gives the amp a whole new sounds. It makes a huge difference in gain at higher volumes.

I play my VJ head though a 1 12 Celestion V30 in a lopo line sealed cab with just the bitMo gain mod using an epiphone LP with dimarzio 103 and 151 pickups. also screwing around with a couple other Cabs and speakers.. I have a 12" Carvin 12" british series and 12" carvin vintage series that I'm toying with. Fun little head to play around with trying different combos and mod and sounds great too. really interesting how much the speaker and cab completely changes the charasterics of the low wattage tube amps also. Got to be the most fun I've had with an Amp ever.
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#12
I've got a Peavey Classic thirty, a Fender Bassman that I renovated, and a Fender 5e3 tweed type amp that I built from scratch.

And damn, I want a VJ!
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