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|5/21/2005 1:31 PM|
|Wild Bill||Re: Transients in Tube Amps|
I find that plate voltage is a big factor, Jack. Higher voltages increase the transient response and quicken up the pickin'. Lower voltages make notes slower and thicker.
It's almost a British/American voice thing, like with the Eminence Patriot/Red Coat speaker voicings. The early Marshalls tended to have higher plate voltages, especially on the preamp plates than the traditional Fender values. Probably a factor...
Just some thoughts...