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bigbang3
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« on: September 11, 2011, 12:42:53 PM »

OK so I thought this would be very cool as a 1X 12" and 1X 10" inch combo- a bit big for a low wattage amp but after having a 2-10" MaZ Jr I thought this should be cool- so I put in a JBL 12 and a blue eminence 10 from a Super Reverb and wired it up as a 4 ohm load mostly because I had the output jacks wired that way-Sounded like hammered crap- absolutely zero clean headroom and no warmth- trble contral at 0 so I put in a Greenback and even worse- so I  clipped off the leads to the 10" and used just the 12" as an 8 ohm load, it was tonal (almost) heaven so i went back in and rewired everything as a 16OHM load with the 12 & the 10in series  and used that tap on the tranny and it was way better than the 4 ohm load but not as good or as loud as the 8 ohm single 12"  set up. I am going to grab a 16 ohm 12" G12-30H from a bud and try that alone- Using all the windings an the OT should give this the best sound yet- anyone else try using the 4 ohm tap with 2 speakers?
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« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2011, 09:29:36 AM »

I've been wondering what a Lightning with 10x12 combo would sound like...
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