#1
My B-52 AT 100 just isnt as loud as the B-52 LS. The LS is SS and I cant think of one reason why not. Is it the tubes? I think their Sovteks.........But I went to jam at a friends house and took my Half stack and it wasnt as present as his Crate Retrofx. whitch IS 65ss. It blew my mind. Could it be the MG cab? or my guitar not having of output in the EpiSpecial 2 pups? Please help.
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Octoberwind

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The fretboard is dry because it is more than likely made in China.

I wonder how he came to this conclusion.
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#2
The cab and pups feel culprit. Ineffiecient speakers can really suck the life out of your amp, but some like the MG cab, for the price. (LEVEL4) Those are rather weak and generic pickups, you mentioned...any chance that you could try another cab and guitar with the amp? If it's still not cutting it...I dunno, is there a half power switch you left on?
#3
I'd say the cab is the most likely culprit. The speaker sensitivity on the ****ty MG ones is bound to be low.
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#4
Thanks guys, is that also the reason for lack of presence as well as volume?

Fender Telecaster w/ GFS Lil' Killer
Jet City Pico Valve

Quote by Chaos-Serenade

The fretboard is dry because it is more than likely made in China.

I wonder how he came to this conclusion.
Lyrics
Inside the back
Walk with me
Reign, Rain

Call me Drew
#5
what we perceive as loudness is mostly the 2-4 khz frequency range. boost that range as opposed to the other ranges and it will seem louder.
#6
Quote by OctoberWind
Thanks guys, is that also the reason for lack of presence as well as volume?


Probably yes, I find cheap speakers sound like there is a blanket over the amp.
Schecter C1 Classic Left Handed
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