#1
I have a vintage Fender Twin Reverb and I love it. If there's ONE problem I have it's that the open cover doesn't handle distortion from my pedal as well as it could. I was wondering if there's anyway I could do a DIY with putting something on the back so the cover is more enclosed. Has anyone ever done this before?
#2
you made this thread last night. but anyway, you could put it against a wall. other than that a seperate 2x12/4x12 closed cab or whatever.
#3
It would be pretty easy to do, just get the dimensions of the hole and then trace and cut a piece of birch or apple ply to that size. Get a couple screws and you'd be done.

BTW, what pedals have you tried with it? I've found that twins often don't like boss-style distortion pedals. The fulldrive II or MI audio tube zone seem to work better with fender amps.
#4
Quote by Roc8995
It would be pretty easy to do, just get the dimensions of the hole and then trace and cut a piece of birch or apple ply to that size. Get a couple screws and you'd be done.

BTW, what pedals have you tried with it? I've found that twins often don't like boss-style distortion pedals. The fulldrive II or MI audio tube zone seem to work better with fender amps.


I use a Robert Keeley Mod Ibanez Tubescreamer for Overdrive and a Keeley Mod BOSS DS-1 for Distortion. It's a BOSS but the Robert Keeley mod is easily the best Distortion pedal I've ever played through. It sounds not bad now, I think with the cover it'll sound great. Thanks for the advice.