[Harp-L] Re: The Mission Chicago 32-20 harp amp
Jim, are you suggesting there are NO sonic differences between a solid state
rectifier and a tube rectifier? If so, that is rather astounding.
The differeces are well-known. As Gary Onofrio said, the copper plug-in
solid state rectifier makes an amp seem slightly louder and more crisp, and
that is exactly what I hear with these rectos. The problem is, crisp is the
opposite of sag, and the tone we were looking for in the Mission Chicago
32-20 amp was an authentic vintage warmth.
We nailed it. The amp sounds great. I invite you to listen to the sound
samples at the Mission Harp Amp website: www.missionharpamps.com.
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On Sat, Dec 11, 2010 at 2:12 PM, Jim Rossen <jimjimdr@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Rick- It would be great to hear the difference you describe between a
> Copper Cap and tube recto in the Mission Chicago. Can you do a video
> of your playing to demonstrate this?
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