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Slowy wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 9:24 am
MattAnt wrote: Wed Jun 09, 2021 11:27 pm
Slowy wrote: Wed Jun 09, 2021 10:17 pm
But I'm realising that no pedals fixes it quite well.

If I could afford a Zwreck right now, I'd probably gig with just a guitar, amp and cord.
Good luck turning the wreck up enough to gig with just guitar and amp...
I suspected this may be the case... ZWreck Jnr then? :D
A jr would be fun I reckon
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I run a 6W tube amp with a Powerbrake on maximum attenuation. It's still too loud for home use. Conway reckons his 5W Gremlin really needs the built-in attenuator. I'm hoping Marshmallow's 2W Dumble is more manageable.

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robthemac wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 11:21 am I run a 6W tube amp with a Powerbrake on maximum attenuation. It's still too loud for home use. Conway reckons his 5W Gremlin really needs the built-in attenuator. I'm hoping Marshmallow's 2W Dumble is more manageable.
I can gig a 5 piece band with a 12w amp perfectly well. It's only with early Knopfler tones that I notice slightly more hair than desirable.

An inefficient speaker can be a great tool for controlling volume if you have too much.
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Wattage != volume

A good attenuator or master volume is much more important...
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This looks interesting.....
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Slowy wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 11:31 am
robthemac wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 11:21 am I run a 6W tube amp with a Powerbrake on maximum attenuation. It's still too loud for home use. Conway reckons his 5W Gremlin really needs the built-in attenuator. I'm hoping Marshmallow's 2W Dumble is more manageable.
I can gig a 5 piece band with a 12w amp perfectly well. It's only with early Knopfler tones that I notice slightly more hair than desirable.

An inefficient speaker can be a great tool for controlling volume if you have too much.
SiHirst has gigged my Supro…6watts through 8”…oh er
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GrantB wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 10:00 pm
Slowy wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 11:31 am
robthemac wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 11:21 am I run a 6W tube amp with a Powerbrake on maximum attenuation. It's still too loud for home use. Conway reckons his 5W Gremlin really needs the built-in attenuator. I'm hoping Marshmallow's 2W Dumble is more manageable.
I can gig a 5 piece band with a 12w amp perfectly well. It's only with early Knopfler tones that I notice slightly more hair than desirable.

An inefficient speaker can be a great tool for controlling volume if you have too much.
SiHirst has gigged my Supro…6watts through 8”…oh er
I have yet to have the Supro experience.
He said wistfully....
If a man says he's going to fix it, he will.
No need to remind him every 6 months.

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Re: Show us your pedalboard

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jeremyb wrote: Wed Jun 09, 2021 10:16 pm
Voxshall wrote: Wed Jun 09, 2021 9:39 pm
jeremyb wrote: Wed Jun 09, 2021 8:30 pm

Ooooh John Mayer has been using one of those live recently!
Can you send a link to this, are you sure it's the 40 watt Traditional Clean?
Errrrr will try find it, I know he was playing the two rock deluxe reverb on the Jimmy Kimmel performance :)
I think he used a Fender Vibroverb, Dumble SSS and an old Two Rock custom reverb sig on the Jimmy performance

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