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Ed Storer

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About Ed Storer

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  • Birthday 02/01/1950


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    Mediocre guitar player, sing some, play rudimentary bass. Enjoy making amps better


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    Golf and guitar. Guitar amps, small PA systems.


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    Construction Specifer - Retired

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  1. It will be interesting to see how this plays out. Most acquisitions do not bode well for the acquired company. I hope that Gibson keeps a "loose rein" on Mesa, so Mesa can produce the amps that many have come to love. Harkening back - GM's acquisition of SAAB was a marriage made in hell. GM needed cost cuts and the SAAB engineers insisted on having an exceptionally safe car. Both lost. SAAB is out of business. I just hope that Mesa and Gibson can play well together. It's a lot to ask when the bean-counters are ruling the roost - but maybe Gibson has some "enlightened" bean coun
  2. I'd like to know what the typical Marshall and Vox tube reverb assignments are. Being a "Fender Guy", I know that the driver (typically V3) employs both halves of a 12AT7 and the recovery uses one half of an 12AX7. When posters refer to the "reverb tube" - meaning the driver, they are only looking at half of the circuit. I don't know anything about Laney's similarities to Fender, Vox, or Marshall when it comes to circuit design. Does your Laney use any opamp IC's for drive or recovery? Please help me out on this so I can help others with reverb problems. Sometimes they are sim
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