#1
I read in another thread that removing the back panel of the amp improves brightness, so I decided to test it out. I unscrewed all 14 screws and tried to take it off, but it won't budge. I do not want to cause damage to my amp, so I was wondering if anyone has tried to do this with an AD50VT.
#2
That voids the warranty. I wouldnt do it.
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#3
Just pull really hard. It will come off. I have taken the back off my AD50VT a lot of times.
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#4
i did that with with my Ad30 a couple weeks ago. you got give it a little budge, it wont come out very easy but just apply some pressure and it should come out
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#5
Is it worth it tonewise?
#6
Honestly not really. Just cut back on the bass knob. I didn't notice much of a difference between open and closed back. The best upgrade would be a Vintage 30 speaker.
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#7
It came stock with a Celestion speaker and that is pretty damn good as it is. Right now I only get muddiness on the UK 70's, the Tweed, and the Bout. Clean settings, so I just wanted to try it out. Unless I hear someone say that there is a distinct improvement in tone, it's not gonna come off.
#8
I find the stock speaker very spikey and trebely for my taste. I haven't bothered to upgrade it because I don't use the amp but for practice.
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#9
well i liked the tone with the back off. it sounded brighter and think its worth a try
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