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    Decent tone through headphones with cab sim (IR?)?

    I used to play with DAW and different softwares hooking up my Fender Mustang amp with my PC through USB. I found it fun - after the irritating part of setting things up - but I can get lost in this world. I mean I can see myself tweaking on the software more than playing the guitar. :D That's...
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    Decent tone through headphones with cab sim (IR?)?

    For the headphone circuit no, they are not used. They are only used when the speakers are engaged. I only say that if you mean the HT series, I'm not sure what's the deal with any other.
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    Decent tone through headphones with cab sim (IR?)?

    I suppose you mean a combo. Which series do you recommend? For headphone use it's not worth it to buy their hybrid HT series because the tubes would not get engaged. If you mean a head then it must be solid state since I don't have a cab. In that case we are back to my original question.
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    Decent tone through headphones with cab sim (IR?)?

    Is that possible that the solution I'm looking for currently does not exist (yet)?
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    Decent tone through headphones with cab sim (IR?)?

    You might be right. Actually, I'm waiting for a Joyo UZI pedal right now but it will probably take a couple of weeks to arrive from Asia.
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    Decent tone through headphones with cab sim (IR?)?

    But do you have anything useful to add other than "tube amps rule"?
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    Decent tone through headphones with cab sim (IR?)?

    I'm not used to a cranked tube amp since I have never ever even tried one so my expectations might be lower than yours... :D
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    Decent tone through headphones with cab sim (IR?)?

    Hello guys - and Ladies, Recently I was playing with the thought of getting a small tube amp for home (the first ever) but now I feel like it would be a waste since I couldn't really play loud. So I'm looking for something digital now. I know with an audio interface and a decent computer you...
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    Problems with switch-wiring (?) - both pickups are on in all positions

    Hello everyone, I posted the results here yesterday but I can't see it anymore so here it is again: On Saturday I managed to fix the wiring thanks to the tips I got. What I found surprised me but considering the state of the guitar I shouldn't have been surprised that much. So this is what I...
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    Problems with switch-wiring (?) - both pickups are on in all positions

    Really neat and clean. Nice reference for rewiring. Just a side note: It's weird to me that the after picture has the tiny ceramic caps (if I'm not mistaken), a lot of people switch those for orange drops, bubmlebees, old russian paper in oil, etc.
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    Problems with switch-wiring (?) - both pickups are on in all positions

    I don't have a scanner but the wire goes the way you described it. I've got a tip that the pickup wires are messed up, the hot might be wired to the back of the pot and ground on the lug... I suspected that this guitar wasn't treated really well but this kind of mistake... well, I guess I...
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    Problems with switch-wiring (?) - both pickups are on in all positions

    I tried to make new photos. The yellow wire on the neck side goes nowhere - it was soldered to the neck vol pot but I detached it. The yellow wire on the bridge side is soldered to the braided wire's metal shielding which is soldered to every pot and ends in the output jack. The hot wire of this...
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    Problems with switch-wiring (?) - both pickups are on in all positions

    Hello everyone, I've just registered recently because I have a problem that I couldn't find a solution for. I've bought a Gibson SG Special on eBay that had it's pickups changed to Burstbucker Pro's but the nut was chipped. I tidied it up, changed the nut - for the first time ever -, set the...


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