#1
I just go a Orange Rockerverb 50 Head and Marshall 1960bx cab. At first I was disappointed cause compared to the combo it was really trebly, but then I took off the wheels and it sounded amazing. Do the wheels impact the tone alot? Do most people play without wheels?
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Fender American 52 Telecaster RI
Fender American Standard Stratocaster
Tanglewood Acoustic
Fender F-80-12
Various Pedals
Orange Rockerverb 50 Head
Orange Cabinets
#2
well, the fact that you have speakers on the ground and in the air changes A LOT. It's kind of like light and day. I play with my wheels on, i just like the sound better.
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#3
it probably vibrates easier on wheels, since it has a less solid connection with the ground
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#4
putting an amp on the ground makes it more bassy
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#5
wow, gonna admit, when i first read about the whole, wheel thing i thught, wow, this guys dumb, but now im going to take the caster off my cab and see if i like it
#6
Crank the amp and pllay the hell out of those speakers, new Celestion greenbacks tend to have this ice pick high end that takes about 20-30 hours of play time to get rid of.