I call her Hawtdog

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  1. Knotty

    Knotty TDPRI Member

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    I just finished a 5c3 Deluxe Weber kit. Shes loaded with a Weber 12f125 0, which is supposed to be similar to those back in the day.

    Craig
     

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    RodeoTex Doctor of Teleocity

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    Is that a Weber cabinet or did you do it?
     
  3. Knotty

    Knotty TDPRI Member

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    Weber
     
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    And does that guitar have a thread? If not, I think it needs one!

    Cheers,
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    refin Friend of Leo's

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    Looks very cool------how does she sound?
     
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    Very nice. But what's with the rainbow spaghetti storm in the power supply area? Seems like an awful lot of loose wire in there.
     
  8. Knotty

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    Cleaned that up. I wanted to prove she worked, then clean all the excess wire.

    boy...tuff room to play :p
     
  9. Billm

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    I'm just jealous of that finger-jointed cab!

    I was hoping that when you said you'd cleaned it up, that it was the wiring you were talking about. :)
     
  10. Knotty

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    Thats a uncovered weber cab.

    The wiring & takin out some of the hum.
     
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    Owie, think you could tune it up a little next time? :p

    Sounds good, though! Has a lot of the same character as my 5B5 Pro clone... warm and clear, but never far away from smooth breakup.

    - Scott
     
  12. Knotty

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    murphey help me

    I guess the 5c3 & 5b5 arent far apart. Oh she can break pretty nasty. Plug into normal, dime the volumes, guitar at bout 8... adjust tone bleed level. Im really impressed at how clean she can be. Iv only been playin her for a few days, Im already findin some kewl tones. Shes not plug & play like most.

    sanx guys
     
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