In this feature we’ll look at a handful of models with David Gilmour’s tones in mind. You are the musician and the guitar is the tool you use to express your feelings and music.It may sound like a cliché but you need to be at one with the guitar for the inspiration to flow.I had JJ ECC83S preamp tubes in there, and those were supposed to be high gain, so I figured I "should" be able to tell a big difference. A 100 watt Rivera Knucklehead, and my modded Fender Blues Junior. In the Rivera, I now I have a Tung Sol in V1, and Groove Tubes in V2-V5. I bought Mullards in spite of what I read here: 12AX7 / ECC83 Reissue - This is a nice tube but in my opinion better suited to home audio than guitar amps. I put three Mullards into the Blues Jr., and it was like putting my amp in a ziplock bag.If your favorite seller is not listed here, you will find ALL Radio Attic sellers listed on the Site Map. | Archives | Site Map | Links E-mail Friendly Webmaster Radios for sale at the Radio Attic are offered by independent advertisers and not by the Webmaster. You must directly contact the seller to purchase a radio.Home Page | Gallery of Radios | Terms & Conditions | FAQ | New Radios! | How to Buy | Restoration Resources | The NEW Price Guide | Sold Radios What's My Radio Worth? 1996 Fender Precision Bass Lyte Deluxe, (front), (back), (headstock), (signature), (drop tuner), (strap), (case). A lot of players are looking for the pre-chambered Les Pauls these days and the Studio offers the best value for the money.Excellent players bass from Fender Japan..this one was signed by bass great Victor Wooten on the upper horn! At 9.6 lbs., its not overly heavy for a non-chambered Paul.
The Tung-Sol 12AX7 is my favorite preamp for guitars because it accentuates highs and lows.Only after our work can we enjoy my vision of the following: Instead of sitting in front of a giant puzzle when an untrained radio lover wants to repair a radio he or she should have help. The member should be able to click the corresponding model page to see whether somebody has already posted some hints (lower part of the page), then print out a possible schematic and also click the tubes on the model page.For each tube the member can get the base connection picture and the tube connection diagram (if there is no schematic).This has nothing to do with what models you choose or how much they cost.You could very well build the guitar yourself from scrap metal but what’s important is that you’re comfortable with holding the guitar in your hands, playing it and the sound it creates.I just want to hear a difference between them and the JJ's. The tubes have well balanced triode pairs and a very even flat response.