#1
I hear you can remove some of the tubes from a Twin reverb to make it more quiet? Is that so? if so, what do i need to do?
#3
if it's a combo, forget it. you can, but it'll change the impedance of your amp. look into THD yellow jackets.
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#4
Remove the two outer or two inner tubes and double the impedance of the load.
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#6
The Twin has a pretty sturdy output transformer, you can probably skip doubling the load, though it would be better too.

Doubling the load means doubling the speaker impedance. So if you had a 8 ohm cabinet, you'd replace it with a 16 ohm cabinet, or simply slide the selector switch down to 4 ohms so the cabinet at 8 ohms is twice the ohmage. With a combo amp you can't really do this. You could rewire the speakers, but it's probably ok to leave it.
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#8
Quoting myself:
"The Twin has a pretty sturdy output transformer, you can probably skip doubling the load, though it would be better too."
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