Re: Fw: [Harp-L] Original 64 Fender Deluxe blackface amp questions
Thanks Splash, but I don't believe in magic as much as you ;-).
Anybody from Earth out there who can help a me with some info not reliant on spiritually possessed electrical equipment?
-------------- Original message from "Splash" <celtiac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>: --------------
> Play with it.
> Figure out what it will do. And what it won't do.
> Make it say what you want it to say. Treat your amp like a friend of yours.
> All my amps talk to me different.
> Believe in Magic!
> ----- Original Message -----
> To: "Joe and Cass Leone" ; "Vern Smith"
> Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2007 3:32 PM
> Subject: [Harp-L] Original 64 Fender Deluxe blackface amp questions
> > I have an original 1964 Fender Deluxe blackface amp that I want to use for
> gigging. . I'm going to do the usual stuff such as replacing the 2 prong
> plug with a grounded one, recap if necessary, etc.
> > Anyone have recommendations for:
> > 1. a replacement 12" speaker (ceramic, alnico, brands, vintage, new,
> > 2. harp set-ups good for this particular amp (tube set-ups, how the amp
> behaves with certain mics, control knob & input preferences, etc.)?
> > 3. The amp has an external speaker jack. I seem to remember a rule for
> external speakers such as using one at half the ohm load for the amp's main
> speaker ( I beleive the stock speaker is 8ohm). Does anyone have any info on
> this? I don't want to plug in an extension speaker that will cause havoc
> with the amp.
> > Thanks in advance
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