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  1. #21
    Here are some clips i recorded today..
    These clips were played on a 2009 PRS McCarty Smokeburst with 5708s

    Amp settings
    "Perfect 10"
    V=10:00, R=10:00, T=2:00, M=12:00, B=5:00, P=2:00

    2 Channel C LEAD Channel
    V=1:00, T=2:00, M=1:00, B=12:00 MV=10:00

    Clip 1= Perfect10
    http://ryptyde.com/perfect10_1.mp3

    Clip 2= Perfect10 with Slight OD
    http://ryptyde.com/perfect10_2.mp3

    Clip 3 = 2 Channel
    http://ryptyde.com/2_channel_c.mp3

    Clip 4 = Perfect10 rolling the volume down on the guitar.
    http://ryptyde.com/perfect10_3.mp3

    Here is a pic of how it I got it: (I put on the Perfect 10 Label)


    Here is how it will look once it is completed. (this is actually Nicky Moroch's amp)
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    Guitars: 1967 Gibson Byrdland; 1995 PRS Custom 24; 20?? PRS Custom 24 Custom Zebra Stripes, 2009 25th McCarty NF, 2014 Brushstroke 24, 2013 PRS HBII,
    Amps: PRS Original Sewell 50 watt #43 with Paisley 2x12 cab; PRS Pre-Prod 2 Channel C with 2x12 DB Cabinet, PRS Custom 10 watt head

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    Almost was a FG22 owner.. WEDGE's Avatar
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    So can these be ordered, because it sounds AWESOME!!!!
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  4. #24
    I think they are looking into making a production version. it may not be handwired.. but I have not heard anything definitive... Mike Clark told me they are looking into making a less expensive unit..
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    Guitars: 1967 Gibson Byrdland; 1995 PRS Custom 24; 20?? PRS Custom 24 Custom Zebra Stripes, 2009 25th McCarty NF, 2014 Brushstroke 24, 2013 PRS HBII,
    Amps: PRS Original Sewell 50 watt #43 with Paisley 2x12 cab; PRS Pre-Prod 2 Channel C with 2x12 DB Cabinet, PRS Custom 10 watt head

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    I would love to hear that amp with rocking 408 or Archtop pickups - clean but dimed (no master in the circuit).
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    no master volume in a low wattage amp = sweet

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    Quote Originally Posted by ]-[ @ n $ 0 |v| a T ! © View Post
    I would love to hear that amp with rocking 408 or Archtop pickups - clean but dimed (no master in the circuit).
    +1000 to this!!!!
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    Maybe it's just me but that is a thick sounding EL84 circuit. Definitely not a chimey as my Mesa .22. Almost has a blended EL84-6V6 tone. Very cool.
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    If you're looking for a sweet little 10 - 20 watt Amp, try the Egnater Rebel 20. More power needed: try the 30. I've got an Egnater Rebel 20 I use just for jamming at friend's houses, so I don't have drag all my rack mount stuff which is all cabled to mixing boards and speaker systems in my home studio.

    I use a backup Roctron Intellifex for the Reverb and effects, since the Egnater does not have a reverb, but does have a Send and Return path. That combo is easy to transport and quick to setup just for jamming or a practice session. It has both 6V6 and EL-84 tubes, so I can go all one way or the other or mix them. It drives two 12" Celestion Speakers and is awesome when cranked up or it can play crystal clean. It's really a nice setup.

    Sometimes, I just don't want to uncable the rackmount gear and transport it. It's heavy and bulky and a bear to uncable and set back up again. The Egnater makes is so sweet and easy.
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  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by WEDGE View Post
    I have an empty tuxedo sweet 16 head shell that is brand new if you ever decide you want to make a mini stack out of it.......
    How much? Please send me a PM or email me zebraprs at comcast dot net...

  11. #31
    Just finished my speaker shootout. I tried the following speakers.
    Vintage 30
    Greenback 25
    Black Shadow c90
    WGS Green Beret
    Cannibas Rex
    Legend 50
    ZebraPRS
    Guitars: 1967 Gibson Byrdland; 1995 PRS Custom 24; 20?? PRS Custom 24 Custom Zebra Stripes, 2009 25th McCarty NF, 2014 Brushstroke 24, 2013 PRS HBII,
    Amps: PRS Original Sewell 50 watt #43 with Paisley 2x12 cab; PRS Pre-Prod 2 Channel C with 2x12 DB Cabinet, PRS Custom 10 watt head

  12. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by zebraprs View Post
    Just finished my speaker shootout. I tried the following speakers.
    Vintage 30
    Greenback 25
    Black Shadow c90
    WGS Green Beret
    Cannibas Rex
    Legend 50
    Leaning torwards the Greenback with V30 & Green Beret close behind.

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