#1
Yeah, was messing around with trying to get rid of that horrible buzz through the stock sheffield's in my XXX 212 combo. I just hooked up the second out to a Crate 2x10" - 1x18" bass cab.. and it sounded unbelievable.

Finally found it! Changing the tubes from Soveck 6L6 - JJ 6L6 - GT EL34 and JJ 12ax7 didnt do what I was hoping... all this time it was just that Sheffields aren't for me.

My question is would I achieve what I'm looking for through 1960a (Or I'd prefer the Randall Warhead 4x12 cuz it looks cool and has V30's)

My new dream amp is XXX head, Randall 4x12 Warhead cab, and a Ampeg Bass Cab... (maybe the 8x10)

If you have access to a bass cab try hooking up your head....
"I don't want to be hostile. I don't want to be dismal.
But I don't want to rot in an apathetic existence either.
"
-Maynard



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#2
Anyone every try using a bass cab with a half stack or a combo?

It's total heart pounding / chest beating NU-Metal sounding...

Here is a clever idea from Genz-Benz.

Not sure if it'll have the same effect or not.
"I don't want to be hostile. I don't want to be dismal.
But I don't want to rot in an apathetic existence either.
"
-Maynard



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#3
Hey, did plugging into a cab with different speakers actually get rid of the buzz? I'm trying to find ways to get rid of it. You think if I changed the speaker, it would get rid of some of it?
And I like the 1960a, but Ive never gotten to try a Warhead, so I cant really tell you the difference in them.