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maximus1
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 14, 2011 9:32 pm    Post subject: v2 tubes Reply with quote

what r we using how do some effect the tone. im looking for some grind. cant get it from pretty much any boost . the 2 i been using r maxon od-9 and fulltone ocd. the maxon is great fulltone is too beefy. i noticed that the 12at7 affects the tone quite a bit i tried 3 different ones so far. i only have regular 12ax7's . i would love to know if high gain graded ones would grind this thing up a little more. any one ever got any results? my guess is the design just does what it does. it has a ton of gain dont get me wrong just looking for some grind.





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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2012 6:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What I know is that one AT7 in V2 should not be replaced by AX7. Thats for power amp safety.

For sure that hi quality tubes in tube channel will affect positively ... shame I live in country where I can not find any decent AX7s...
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