Check the Stairville and Flyht Gorilla lines from Thomann. They give the sizes for each model. Good point. I also like to arrive early. I need the time to transition from roadie to musician. It’s always a little nervewracking to park, load-in, set up and test the rig — I’m always concerned One thing I used to do when I was gigging was to arrive early to the venue, before anyone else to allow time to sort out the peculiarities of the location and to get fully set up with plenty of time
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I believe that a tube design emulating, say, the Lab Series L5 or transistor guitar amplifiers date to and one should focus on how.
The MOD is loud, dynamic, and well defined. It has a defined warm crunch response to overdrive distortion. The stock CTS ceramic speakers on my LAB Series L5 were far from bad, but a little lacking in high end and with a little too much lower midrange for my taste. According to reviews and its frequency response chart, the MOD would theoretically cure these slight shortcomings. Indeed, it worked! This amplifier is now everything I’ve wanted. I also use a lot of complex rhythmic delay emulating early tape delays like the Meazzi , which tended to confuse things a bit with the old speakers.
But with the Jensens, every single sound I use is articulate and well-defined. This might not be the best choice for blues players, but these speakers work well for pretty much everything else, in my opinion.
Manufacturered in the 70s and 80s read more. BB King used it also while playing at the I love the compressor and the Bob Moog filters. Not for everyone but a really good amp – without tubes! The reason modern solid-stade amplifiers suck is that serious musicians don’t want them, so they’re made as cheaply as possible.
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Check the Stairville and Flyht Gorilla lines from Thomann. They give the sizes for each model. Good point. I also like to arrive early. I need the time to transition from roadie to musician. It’s always a little nervewracking to park, load-in, set up and test the rig — I’m always concerned One thing I used to do when I was gigging was to arrive early to the venue, before anyone else to allow time to sort out the peculiarities of the location and to get fully set up with plenty of time I have an ES from I really like.
The thin body is very comfortable to play, and the available tones are nice.
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Order by:. Available to:. You asked for it. You got it! Impossible to find Lab Series L-5 owners manual written by the one and only Dr. Robert Moog, Engineer and designer of the There are things in here regarding the amp you need to know to work it properly. Some of the knobs work in conjunction with another knob etc.
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Forgot your password? By ThunderSqueak , January 20, in Amps. Things sure have changed. I used to frequent the electric guitar or DIY sections mostly. I was surprised after playing it to find that it was solid state.
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On 9 March in New York City, Bonhams hosted a landmark auction that included lots, the great majority from Eric Clapton’s personal collection. Cale, and Joe Bonamassa were also featured. This is the first time that such a large and interesting collection of amps – all of which helped created EC’s legendary sound – was offered on the auction market. The two prior auctions took place at Christies in New York City. Top control style open-back cabinet in black tolex covering, metal plate stamped Fender, silver grille cloth, dog bone handle, chromed chassis with two ‘chicken-head’ style rotary controls, toggle switch, pilot lamp, jack input, plaque at the back Made in Mexico, V, European two prong plug; signed by Eric Clapton on the back in black felt pen.
Brown tolex covering, blue and silver plastic logo, black grille cloth, one ‘Pignose’ rotary control, front and rear jack inputs, 9V adapter input, one 5-inch speaker, speaker cone stamped R, battery-operated.