6G6 vs 4 X 10 Bassman
RothnRoll, the answer is: "some but not all."
The left channel of blonde Bassmans features four gain stages, the bass and volume hung after the second gain stage, the treble after the third.
Normal channel is everything after the first gain stage, like a blackface, but with a 5881 power stage and a 12AX-7 phase inverter.
Blonde amps generally are less in-your-face (scooped) volume than a BF, but not as saggy, bloomy, or gainy as a tweed Bassman. They have (except for 1961 6G6) a SS rectifier and are "stiffer" than a tweed. They're somewhat in between.
The four-stage left channel of a 6G6 Bassman can do an over-the-top Marshall imitation and loves 8-ohm 4 x 12 cabinets.