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  1. I've found 'it': http://www.seymourduncan.com/products/effects-pedals/sfx04_twin_tube/ I still want to modify the amp because, well, I like taking stuff apart.
  2. That Tech 21 California really, really has me curious, too.
  3. That Beast sound clip is definitely getting into the neighborhood I want to play in. I'm curious though, there seems to be several different versions of it, not taking into account Champ versions. That, or I'm misunderstanding the page's layout. So it seems (according to your posts to another user) that a cascading gain stage setup maybe how I want to go?
  4. So, I've had my EVJ for a while now. I bought it modified, stock tubes and OT, a few resistors changed, and a tone pot added. My cab has Celestion GT75's in it. I built a Bit-Mo 10uator for it, so I can run it without my dear old mother losing her mind. I run it with a Coffin Blood Drive in front of it, and for the most part, I'm pretty happy with it. However, I do want to to get a more modern heavy tone out of it. I've played some Mesa's, and I love the Peavey Revalver Mk III software's 5150 and Dual Recto tones. So that's where I'd like to head. I just bought a Danelectro Fish n' Chips (7-band EQ), as well as an Electro Harmonix 12AX7 High Gain, and an EL84 Platinum, but they're in the mail. I guess my question is, will these purchases start pointing me in the right direction? Will I need to bias my amp? And if so, is there a "math hates me" guide to doing so? I've been told numerous times that a Hammond ESE is the way to go with an OT, but I just didn't have the funding for it this time around. I was also told by one of you fine people (before the board move) that an ESE will power a 6L6, which immediately grabbed my attention, as Rectos use em. What's involved in switching tube types? Thanks in advance guys!
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