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I was recently given an MXR M82 Bass envelope filter, and after trying it out on guitar for about an hour, it seems like my amp may have a slight loss of volume. I didn't have the amp on loud, it was only just above 2 (it's a tweed Fender reverb deluxe reissue, 22 watts I think), but I did experiment with the whole range of the pedal volume. There were some moments of extreme bass, more than I've ever heard from my guitar, but whenever that happened I backed off and changed the pedal settings. Still, I wanted to ask if anyone thinks that could have damaged my amp or even my guitar pickups in any way. It's worth nothing that even though my amp was only on 2, the pedal probably raised the volume by at least a number when I clicked it on. Still not huge volume, but enough for me to wonder if the neighbors might hear it (they live close). What do you guys think?
Up for sale is a new Fender Princeton Reverb 68’. Awesome amp. Check out the specs below. I will split the shipping cost with the buyer. I have been selling on talkbass.com for years now with over 100 positive deals! If you want to check my feedback there my name on there is RedMax. PM me with questions! Thanks!Asking $605 Late-'60s tribute amp with a hot-rodded vintage vibe Modified tone circuit offers greater tonal versatility when used with pedals Custom-made Schumacher transformers Reduced negative feedback increases touch sensitivity and overdrives faster 1 x 10" Celestion speaker delivers a rock 'n' roll flavor Tube-driven reverb and vibrato circuits Silverface cosmetics 6V6 power tubes Includes 2-button footswitch and a fitted cover
I'm going to be 50 years old and looking to treat myself to something nice. The Tone King Falcon Grande comes in at $1,895 for 20 watts. I feel like this is going to be a great bedroom amp being that it has an attenuator built in. What are your thoughts is there something better at or around the same price. Thank you all in advance. Howie