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1959slp 100w normal channel (very bassy)

02 Jun 1959slp 100w normal channel (very bassy)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikbNrk5qUt4

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Jacob Didsbury
jake-the-plane-boy@hotmail.co.uk

Hello my name is Jacob, Im a die hard AC/DC fan, I own a Gibson SG 1961 reissue, I use a Mini Marshall head and a replica 1960BV cabinet that I built my self. I live for Rock n Roll. I am also a huge aviation enthusiast and I am learning to fly to get my private pilots licence

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    AngusRudd1019
    Posted at 18:47h, 02 June

    I have the exact same head!!! I sure growls when you crank it though to 6 Volume 1, 4-5 Volume 2….The hardest part for me is going into clubs with it and it’s always causing the club owner to tell us to turn down, even though he did book an AC/DC Tribute Band so what does he expect

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      jakesg61
      Posted at 19:23h, 02 June

      It does have a great sound doesnt it, what volume does it break up for you on the high channel? Ive never had the high treble to 1 in the house its just too loud, I could do with some hottr pickups also

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        AngusRudd1019
        Posted at 22:27h, 02 June

        It starts breaking for me it seems around 6 or 7 I think…It is a very loud head lol…I have the AY Signature Pickups too…What kind of cab is that?

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          jakesg61
          Posted at 01:34h, 03 June

          Yeah I think the sig pickups would be better, i bet they cut it way easier, i cant get mine to 6-7 the walls start shaking an the house starts breaking haha!

          The cab is based on the 1960bx I built it myself, really the bx should have green backs in but I dare not use green backs with this head incase of them going bang so I opted for v30s so that technically makes the cab a 1960bv (I think)
          Id like a real marshall cab becuase ive almost destroyed this one when i had the normal channel real high it almost fell apart haha

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            AngusRudd1019
            Posted at 08:04h, 03 June

            Lol, the head is a beast.My rehearsal room is total separate building than my house. My dad inherited money from his aunt and he spent on a 34 x 12 ft. Shed/House thing and it’s our studio. We also live in the wilderness so neighbor’s are an acre away. I just use a regular 1960 cab, couldn’t find a vintage cab at a price I could pay

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              jakesg61
              Posted at 11:08h, 03 June

              Yeah they are expensive arent they, must be great to be able to open it up though, bet its great having a studio too thats really cool

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                AngusRudd1019
                Posted at 21:34h, 03 June

                I got mine off of a guy on Craigslist for $1200

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      KyleSG
      Posted at 05:09h, 04 June

      Maybe you might need to try and attenuator but good sound.

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    jakesg61
    Posted at 17:19h, 02 June

    Just playing

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