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Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by thunderbyrd, Oct 28, 2018.
put together by a local guy, it came to me in a trade. a prri into two 12's. as you might imagine, it is heavenly. loves any guitar at any setting.
I am so jealous.
I considered doing that; looking in the mojotone catalogue.
Good GOD that's cool! I've got a '65 Princeton Reverb that MuchXS did his brilliant thing to, but I've lawyers wondered what it would sound like into a 2x12 cab. Looks incredible, great job!
Looks great, congrats! I had plans to rehouse my PRRI into a head cab with matching 210, but never got around to it. What speakers?
Holy cow. Holy cow.
ah, I knew somebody would ask about the speakers...but I don't know. I never even thought to ask and I've never had the back off the cabinet. so all I can say is "Good ones!"
WOW!!! That is amazing! How well does the 12-15 watts drive the two 12's? What about a 2x10 cab?
Do the 12" speaker take away the fartiness the Princeton is famous for in some 'extreme' settings?
I always thought a 12 incher would handle that better, but so many people say it's inherent to the Princeton circuit design.
I don't think I've ever had it above 7, so i'm not sure about the fartiness. tomorrow when i'm here alone, i'll crank it and find out.
It is beautiful … Congratulations !
Mine has a 12" Jensen AlNiCo...
I got to crank it up to 10, and I didn't hear any farty-ness that I recall. But I may have adjusted the eq settings to accommodate.
I have to adjust the eq depending on volume setting to maintain an even tonality (too spikey, vs. too bass-ey). I guess that is what they mean when they say the controls are interactive.
Why do your lawyers care what it sounds like?
very, very nice
Lol, damn autocorrect! "Always".
Oh. That's cool.
One of the things I dislike about the PRRI is the 10" speaker. This deals with that issue.