NAD 1974 Marshall Super Lead and 1960A

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Greenbacks in the Cab.

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You gonna be the loudest guy on the block.....Congrats!!!
 

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We're all going to Grid's house for BBQ next weekend.
 

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Wow. That's a really clean cab. I'm happy for you!
 

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Congrats! That looks like the perfect candidate for a power attenuator.
 

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Congrats! That looks like the perfect candidate for a power attenuator.
I was thinking the same thing. Used it this morning between 1-2 without a pedal, loud. All my OD’s sound great with it, so the volume/level knob on an OD pedal is my friend.

I have a cheap Bugera 100 watt attenuator that I’ll try soon. Probably will need a better one.
 

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My bugera attenuator is not good for tone. It’s in the “meh” pile now.
 

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there is absolutely nothing like those old 4 hole amps. try hunting down a y cable to use instead of using a jumper on the inputs, you get more gain having a single lead going into each high input than you get by using the jumper cable trick
 

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there is absolutely nothing like those old 4 hole amps. try hunting down a y cable to use instead of using a jumper on the inputs, you get more gain having a single lead going into each high input than you get by using the jumper cable trick
Never heard of that. I’ll have to try it. Thanks.
 

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