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You’ll be fine but I suggest you highly consider a 1x12 over the 4x8 .... I avoid 8” guitar speakers and advise others to do so as well. Even a 2x10 would be better.
I saw his bail up for 50k. He may be out for tour fingers crossed.
Amptweaker TightMetal Pro plugged into the FX return. Easy.
Or, just buy a new amp.
WTF are you talking about? They may not cause flames no more but they are still cheaply made. You can see it in the jacks, pots, speaker, finishing, etc.
How is he wrong? All 4x12 cabs do look alike. The Orange and Mesa cabs have a little more low end, due to volume, but if you take a Marshall, Mesa, Orange, etc, and compare (if they all have the same speakers), they are going to sound very similar. If you want more low end, get the oversized ones.
But, if they were really designing them for sound, they would look differently. I make my own cabs, and my 2x12 cab is freaking huge, because it sounds better huge. It's about 5' tall, about 2' wide, and 2' deep. They are producing a look, more than a sound.
For instance, if you really wanted optimum dispersion, why wouldn't you design a 4x12 with the speakers aimed at a 45' angle from each other? Things like that totally supports the point he was making.
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in answer to the thread title yes and there's a reason it's dead
in answer to your "unpopular opinion" that just kind of makes you sound like a dumbass because
a) les pauls come with pretty much every neck profile under the sun
b) fatty doesn't mean the same as fat and i've never played a les paul with lard on the neck
c) there's way too much variation between individual models and way too little difference between a 335 and a les paul for a broad statement like "The 335 sounds much better" to have any real value
but the basic idea that "les pauls suck" is one which a smarter person could also have had, albeit for better reasons such as the shitty quality control on modern gibsons, the weight of non-weight-relieved models, the inherent structural weakness of the headstock joint
plot twist: the leader of the caravan is Tom Hanks as Forrest Gump for the release of Forrest Gump II: Bubba Trump Shrimp