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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by telejnky, Oct 19, 2013.
Everyone is entitled to their opinion
What sucks is getting sandpaper superglued to your knee-caps. No more knee-spins, but maybe a windmill if you're wearing a slippery sweat-suit.
I did like Donkey King Jr. better than Donkey Kong, but my Blues Jr. lasted a month and I couldn't make friends with it. This was before I even knew of the mods available. Bet I could enjoy it now that I can play somewhat better. Tonally, if I remember right, (been several years) the cab had a little boxy thing going on, and the reverb wasn't the greatest, but it was still fun for what it did.
I crank my Master and use the Volume for that: Volume. As it gets louder, it will eventually break up once it hits it's wattage limit.
I set it this way when I'm playing with pedals. If I'm just plugging into the amp, I'll set the Master to about 7 or 8 and work the Volume from there. It allows for an earlier breakup which I can control with the guitar's volume pot.