#1
Just wondering, is it possible to take out 2 of the powertubes and make the 120W AT212 run at 60W?
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#2
not sure, you can't do that on a lot of amps, also it doesn't sound very good. I would just save up and get an attenuator.
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#4
to get more power tube saturation at lower volumes. Though really, for practice 60 watts is still louder than hell.
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#5
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Why would you want it to run at 60W, When you have 120W?

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#6
ahh I see.
60W isnt bad, I had a Marshall TSL 60.
But I just bought the 100W DSL and I prefer it much more.
#7
Quote by Y.RiseAgainst.Y
ahh I see.
60W isnt bad, I had a Marshall TSL 60.
But I just bought the 100W DSL and I prefer it much more.

thats because they're probably not the same exact amp.
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#8
You could take out two of the power tubes but it's not going to be a dramatic decrease in volume, if that's what you're hoping for.