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Tim_B
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Thu Jun 03, 2010 12:33 pm

option 1

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option 2
the speakers in the 4211 combo are 8ohm classic leads, wired in series for 16ohms so I can use them in parallel with a 16ohm 4x12 as an extension cab, or have the amp in the chain as well for an extra 100W of EL34s :lol:

200W and six 12" drivers is usually plenty :D

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toneseeker
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Thu Jun 03, 2010 12:55 pm

look's great,i bet it cranks with both setups Image

Ettery
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Mon Jun 07, 2010 7:33 pm

Yaaaay i finally got it :D
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My HT20! :D its much bigger than i expected.. and heavier!

gt_jumper
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Mon Jun 07, 2010 7:42 pm

Ettery wrote:Yaaaay i finally got it :D
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My HT20! :D its much bigger than i expected.. and heavier!
Nice amp dude, Anythoughts on the speaker?

And ya have to feel for the "stage 60" owners with the weight lol!

Ettery
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Mon Jun 07, 2010 7:43 pm

gt_jumper wrote:
Ettery wrote:Yaaaay i finally got it :D
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My HT20! :D its much bigger than i expected.. and heavier!
Nice amp dude, Anythoughts on the speaker?

And ya have to feel for the "stage 60" owners with the weight lol!
They sound fine to me, then again i wouldnt really know the difference =P. It sounds much better than the HT-5 too.

I can imagine hah! My friend has a Series one 45 and thats just ridiculously heavy.

gt_jumper
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Mon Jun 07, 2010 7:47 pm

the cleans are crazy great! and its a smoother louder HT-5. And i say with great big smile that it gets better the more your ear gets to hear it :twisted:

Ettery
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Mon Jun 07, 2010 7:51 pm

gt_jumper wrote:the cleans are crazy great! and its a smoother louder HT-5. And i say with great big smile that it gets better the more your ear gets to hear it :twisted:
I know! its an amazing amp, i cant really play it though cause i just had to carry it quite a distance.. and my arms are killing. seriously, i can barely lift my left arm haha.. then again im only 15.. ;)

RoelSmoel
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Mon Jun 07, 2010 8:26 pm

Ettery wrote:Yaaaay i finally got it :D
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My HT20! :D its much bigger than i expected.. and heavier!
How compares it to the HT40? Did you test that?

Ettery
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Mon Jun 07, 2010 9:47 pm

RoelSmoel wrote:
Ettery wrote:Yaaaay i finally got it :D
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My HT20! :D its much bigger than i expected.. and heavier!
How compares it to the HT40? Did you test that?
Uh, ive never played a HT40 but i'd imagine the HT40 to just have more of what the HT20 has.
On the other hand, this amp is incredible. My arm finally came back to life (i know i know.. im weak =P) and i managed to get some play time with it and its just... incredible. I was going through genre to genre of sections of songs that i know (with my settings the same each time) and it performed outstandibly. This amp is well worth the money.

OzStrat
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Wed Jun 09, 2010 1:23 am

[quote="MusashiChan"]My little 35kg Blackstar buddy with its little 35kg Fender Twin...

My S1-45 is a heavy beast, but it is not a match for my '68 Twin. The Twin is a real back breaker, but then it does have an additional huge transformer to convert 110v to 240v (bought new in the USA without a multi-voltage selector & shipped to Australia). The thing is caught firmly in the grip of gravity and a roadie's nightmare.

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