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    These grill clothes are...?

    Hello guys, I am looking to order some grill cloth for my 12" baffle. Could you please tell me what kind of grill clothes are these and where I can purchase them? I found many grill clothes that are similar to this, but I am not quite sure which one I should buy, they all look very similar...
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    Princeton Reverb 10" Speaker Replacement Questions

    EVM-12L (12”) sounds pretty good with the 65 Princeton Reverb Reissue, but almost 20lbs heavy. The JBL E120-8 also sounds great in the video too, but I prefer the bass of the EVM-12L with a ‘65 PRRI. (The EVM-12L in the video is not a vintage but the latest EVM-12L Classic which you can still...
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    6V6 to 5581 or 6L6 in Princeton Reverb (Transformer Questions)

    Hello guys, May I ask if I wanna upgrade the 6V6s in my Princeton Reverb to 5581s or 6L6s, is it better to go for a larger OT and PT? If so, shall I go with the OT and PT for Vibrolux Reverb or Twin Reverb and would there be more benefit if I go for something even larger? Do you have any...
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    Are these CTS Alnico 10” or Oxford Ceramic 10J4 10” speakers?

    Thanks very much everyone, I really appreciate the help. I have a Legend 1058 in my SFPR now, the speaker is kinda “vanilla sounding” but it’s a overall very good speaker, none unwanted frequency found on it. I prefer the “Oxford” ceramic than the “CTS” alnico, the Oxford is more chimey...
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    Are these CTS Alnico 10” or Oxford Ceramic 10J4 10” speakers?

    Hello guys! Could you please help me identify the 10” speakers in my 1966 BFPR and my 1973 SFPR? The speaker in my 1966 BFPR is an Alnico speaker, the shop I originally purchased from said it’s not original but period correct. There is no code on the rim but only “064121” on the sticker and...
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    Real Differences between C10N and C10NS (is C10NS equaled to C8284 and C8306?)?

    Hello guys, I have a couple of questions about the C10N and mainly about the C10NS. 1) I haven't seen a Fender labelled Jensen marked "C10NS" at the rim of a speaker yet, but I have seen many sellers represent their marked "C8284" or "C8306" Jensen speakers as C10NS. May I ask if these "C8284"...
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    What kind of effect are in the video?

    Hey, thanks very much for your reply. I agreed may be there are some more different effects there. I tried a delay with an OD pedal but the sound wasn’t as “smooth”.
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    What kind of effect are in the video?

    Hello guys, I am fairly new using effect pedals. Could anyone please tell me what kind of effects are the lead guitar tone in the video below? I am thinking may be simply I get myself a mild overdrive pedal and some modulations pedals (reverb + delay) could make a similar sound? The lead guitar...
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    Questions for 1966 Princeton Reverb Quest to get the Jim Campilongo tone

    Thanks guys for suggesting his lessons and the setting on the Princeton Reverb. I did try to match his setting with Bass on 10, Treble around 6-7 and Reverb around 5. But still doesn’t sound quite right. However, just a moment ago, I just tried the Volume on 10 and OMG, with the volume turn...
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    Questions for 1966 Princeton Reverb Quest to get the Jim Campilongo tone

    I think you mean this video, his control on the overdriven sounds is amazing: I really have no idea how he was able to pull that amazing sound out of the reissue above and the 68' PRRI in another video...I tried both 65' and 68' PRRI at my local store before and I couldn't recall there was...
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    Questions for 1966 Princeton Reverb Quest to get the Jim Campilongo tone

    Thank you so much everyone for your kind help and suggestions. I am not very active on forums but you guys are still very helpful, really appreciate it! I have checked Jim Campilongo's site again and found the magnet in the picture of his "C10N" seems a little bit smaller than usual C10N and...
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    Yes, another Princeton Reverb speaker thread...

    Would that be a C10NS instead of a C10N?
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    Questions for 1966 Princeton Reverb Quest to get the Jim Campilongo tone

    Hello guys! I am after Jim Campilongo’s tone and recently pull the trigger on a 1966 Princeton Reverb. I found the reverb on the amp is lush and full sounding, which I like but the amp itself sounds a bit too trebly and brittle to my ear even I swapped the speaker with a vintage C10N. (When...
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    Headphone-based practice amps

    Also the Spark amp which is very portable, decent volume, with good built-in effects and good sounding for its very affordable price. And you can also plug your headphone straight in:
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    Headphone-based practice amps

    Boss Waza Air Headphone Amp, should be the best available in class:




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