#1
I am buying this amp. Got a question: With my friends Peavey JSX he took out a couple tubes so it wasn't so loud. Can i do this with the 6505? Will it kill my tone? His tone is still gnarly it didnt really have an effect.

Thanks
#3
Yeah you can do it without killing your tone. I think you gotta pull the right tubes though. Just wait until someone who knows what their talking about to give their input before you start pulling tubes.
#4
Yeah...I would strongly suggest getting someone who knows what their talking about. It's something about the tubes working in pairs, so you have to pull certain ones.
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#5
I'm 95% sure you pull the two outer power tubes, but don't try that until you get confirmation.
I know it won't make that much of a difference at bedroom volumes, but for gigging and band practise, it let's the amp hit it's "Sweet spot" at a lower volume

EDIT: On top of that, I'm also 95% sure it will affect the resistance of your head. So I think a 16 ohm head with 2 power tubes pulled needs an 8 ohm cab...
Last edited by nedthehead at Mar 12, 2008,