'67 replica with new Sozo caps sound clip

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Post by NY Chief » Wed Jan 04, 2006 5:39 pm

Flames1950 wrote:The '66 JTM45/100 was built on the same aluminum chassis as the '67 and '68 clones....and those clones sucked George dry. I'd guess a total of five JTM45/100's got built before those ran out, George's prototype, mine and I think Mike did three......
Then the steel chassis run was in, and George wanted to do block-end ali chassis for the JTM45/100's like the '66 he got....so there's no aluminum chassis currently left for any more of these bad boys......

There was one or two JTM45/100 clips sandwiched into the older thread with '67 replica clips IIRC.
I think I got the last ali chassis with my bare bones kit...(and as SOON as my f'n music room is done :evil: :evil: I'm gonna build a '67....
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Post by Flames1950 » Wed Jan 04, 2006 10:31 pm

NY Chief wrote:
Flames1950 wrote:The '66 JTM45/100 was built on the same aluminum chassis as the '67 and '68 clones....and those clones sucked George dry. I'd guess a total of five JTM45/100's got built before those ran out, George's prototype, mine and I think Mike did three......
Then the steel chassis run was in, and George wanted to do block-end ali chassis for the JTM45/100's like the '66 he got....so there's no aluminum chassis currently left for any more of these bad boys......

There was one or two JTM45/100 clips sandwiched into the older thread with '67 replica clips IIRC.
I think I got the last ali chassis with my bare bones kit...(and as SOON as my f'n music room is done :evil: :evil: I'm gonna build a '67....
I think by far the vast majority were made into everyone's '67-'68 clones as they've been the craze for a few months.

You only have to do enough to your music room that your wife thinks you're getting the job done.....sneak in some time on that kit, man......
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Post by NY Chief » Thu Jan 05, 2006 3:11 pm

Too funny, Flames! Typically you'd be right but, this is MY music and the sooner I get it out of the way the sooner and get my guitars and amps and gear out tof the little hold up they're piled in and get to actually play with them!
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Post by NY Chief » Fri Jan 06, 2006 3:41 pm

Don't wanna hijack this sticky so I'll start a new thread, but THE PURPLE BEAST is here!! George's 12000 series, s/n 003.

Plugged my Page Paul in and ran the amp into a 4-12 Metro cab w/ Silver Bells. In a word HOLYMOTHERFUCKINGOUTFUCKINGRAGEOUS TONE!

I only got to play it about 20 minutes but anyone who can't get close enough VH tone out of this is full of shit. Rolling back on the treble really tames the hi mid's and gets more into AC/DC territory.

More to come as I noodle with.

GREAT Fuckin job George!

Here's pic with it's little Brother.
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Post by Star*Guitar » Fri Jan 06, 2006 5:59 pm

Congrats..she looks pretty...Hey...maybe you can get up better representative clips????????
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Post by NY Chief » Fri Jan 06, 2006 7:37 pm

I'm gonna have to polish my chops to do it justice. I don't have any recording gear at the moment. As soon as I finish my music room I'll get some clips recorded. But Like George has been saying the clips at their best do not do this amp justice!
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Re: '67 replica with new Sozo caps sound clip

Post by Roe » Thu Apr 13, 2006 4:19 pm

VelvetGeorge wrote:The wave file sounds much better, but this will give you an idea.

Have a drink on me. Les Paul with T tops - '67 replica - '70 cab with G12H's - e609 - Mackie mixer set flat - RME Multiface - Cool edit Pro 32 bit mono.

'67 replica specs: new Sozo caps. Tung Sol pres (you need to try these) JJ E34L's. Vol II on 10, treble 8, middle 10 bass 4, presense 5.


EDIT: this is a new clip with both an SM57 and the e609 mics.


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Post by impala666 » Sun Jun 25, 2006 12:46 pm

Hi. I'm new here and I'd love to hear some of the mp3 samples of the amps. What opens a php mp3 file?

Thanks for the help. :oops:

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Post by BrownSound1 » Sun Jun 25, 2006 1:27 pm

Welcome!

Just download the files, and rename them from php to .mp3. It's a pain in the arse, but it works.
Why is it we can remember where all the wires go, but can never find a pick?

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Post by impala666 » Sun Jun 25, 2006 5:31 pm

BrownSound1 wrote:Welcome!

Just download the files, and rename them from php to .mp3. It's a pain in the arse, but it works.
Thanks BrownSound1. The '67 clips are great. I love that head.

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Post by JamesHealey » Wed Jul 30, 2008 7:12 am

the Bass Circuit is without a doubt the best sounding Marshall to me, I much prefer it to the later split cathode and 0.022uf PI cap arrangements.

Bass Circuit + Boost = 80s Rock no problem, but u got all those big warm tones that kill your testicles with bottom end available also.

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