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  1. Thanks. This is a nice little amp but cheap. Wondering if it might not handle mismatched loads as well. I also have two 4 ohm speakers so I may wire them to make an 8 ohm load and compare some. This is just a fun cheap little project to start learning.
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  2. Don't forget this mellow little ditty:
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  3. Side note endorsement: Neil Preston is an extremely talented and no B.S. electronics expert. He's a perfectionist about his work and is reasonably priced for what you are getting - a real, experienced expert. He's serviced my MB and an nailed ugly L6 head repair. Not affiliated in any way, just a happy customer - but Neil is a "no-brainer" choice for those of us near the Kansas City metro area. Sorry for the brief hi-Jack. OK . . . . . Ohhhmmmm . . . . .
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  5. Fucking Spyder Geraldo is such a badass. KILLER solos on several RS songs.
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  6. I do prefer early AC/DC to post Scott as well. Back in Black is the only album after Scott, worth a damn in my opinion.
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  7. I'm a huge Bon Scott era fan myself ?
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  8. As far as saying what an impedance mis-match sounds like, hard to say. Some purposely do this for tone reasons, maybe from just trying it or it just happened. Here are practical considerations - Amps provide maximum power transfer when the speaker load is matched. Loudness. Tube amps may have an impedance selector, like Marshall. Usually means separate windings in the output transformer. if the speaker impedance is higher than the amp spec, less power goes to the speaker. Output section of amp should be safe against blowing out. If the speaker impedance is lower than the a
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  9. I'll nominate Bill Nelson, in his 1977 version of Be Bop Deluxe's "Shine", from Live! in the Air Age. Here's a you tube version of all 9:22 of it: If you like that, check out Adventures in a Yorkshire Landscape, from the same album.
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  10. Well you're all wrong. 'Cause I played a solo this morning in my jim jams, while my kids were having breakfast that was a combo of Page Jimi Eric Eddie Vai and Yngwie all rolled into one, with a bit of extra flash thrown in for good measure, you should have heard it. It was the biz. Stairway to where?...
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  11. Cinnamon Girl is pretty great. I'm still practicing and hopefully one day I'll get it right. ?
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  12. This solo, at 1:40: Why? Because it makes even MY playing sound great! A 'great' guitar solo depends on a great song, otherwise it's just noodling with no context.
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