[Harp-L] RE: Harp-L Digest, Vol 53, Issue 26

[M. D. wrote] Hey Dusty,
[M. D. wrote] I modified with it  a new "old stock" (still in the box) 1964
crinkled paint ceramic Jensen 10''.  Like a Pro Jr. but you can add bite
with Master Volume & it has reverb.  The vintage speaker browns up the
sound. Very cool.  I never let guitar players use it though. I am afraid the
old glue won't hold up to their volume.  I like the Princeton Reverb
recording better though but a Blues Jr. with a ten is a lot cheaper and is
my next favorite.

Mad Dog 

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Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2008 20:11:05 -0700
From: David Smith <dustydave38@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Harp-L] RE: Amp Recommendations
To: Mad Dog Friedman <maddog@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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On Jan 14, 2008, at 4:28 PM, Mad Dog Friedman wrote:

> Hey George,
> I gotta  say I still love my Princeton Reverb Recording Amp.   
> Here's the
> review I posted last year after I got it:
> I use to have a 1974 Princeton Silver Face that I had since 1978 and I
> totally loved it -- until it electrocuted me in 2003.  Since then I  
> have
> used & still own a Fender Vibrolux, an Epihpone Valve Jr. & a  
> Fender Blues
> Junior with a vintage 10" speaker I put in it.  The new Princeton  
> sounds...

Did you mean to say that you replaced the Blues Junior's speaker with  
a vintage
12" speaker? That's actually the size of the original speaker in that  
What model did you replace it with, and how does it sound?

Thanks for clarifying.
Dusty Dave

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