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I have the trem on my 62 Hotrod just barely floating (plate parallel to body). I think it sounds more strat like that way, and maybe even feels...
The short answer is that if you need to ask that question, there’s nothing you can really do at this point that would be considered safe.
My 62 AV Hot Rod has a monster of a neck on it.
Enjoy your Katana [emoji6]
I had a 68 Custom Deluxe Reverb. It was ok. Not built well in my opinion. The cabinet buzzed so bad. Sounded great cranked because you couldn’t...
Awful advice. My SF Twin was $600 CDN. Filter caps $40. New 65 RI Twin is $2000 here. In my experience, You need boatloads of cash to buy reissues.
I agree that those amps have great clean, but it certainly gets better. A Princeton or Deluxe beside a Twin at the same volume won’t compare.
You have got a LOOOOOOOONG road ahead of you bud.
Some people hear voices.....does that mean it’s real? Does that mean they’re on a higher plane than the rest of us? Or delusional?
Smart people don’t say “and probably 20 times smarter than you”....
What kind of measurements are you using? [emoji38]
Whew....that was a good one. Got any other zingers there kiddo?
Did you seriously compare an analog, tube driven, electrical instrument amplifier to a log of wood? [emoji38]
That neck heel carve is waaaaaaaaay off, then add in that skunk stripe....
I’m not sure of the exact dimensions, but it fit perfectly into my trash can when mine died on me. It sounded great up until that point.