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Power Squeezer

Postby boobaloo » 15 Jan 2010, 15:35

It says this on my amp.. whats it mean?
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Postby Rfender » 15 Jan 2010, 18:08

A Power Squeezer will make the poweramp in your amplifier work on lower volumes. Only tube amps ofcourse. It will get you that 'cranked' sound at lower volumes , atleast thats what alot of people say i never used one :)
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Power Squeezer

Postby Rfender » 15 Jan 2010, 18:08

A Power Squeezer will make the poweramp in your amplifier work on lower volumes. Only tube amps ofcourse. It will get you that 'cranked' sound at lower volumes , atleast thats what alot of people say i never used one :)
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Postby Rfender » 15 Jan 2010, 18:08

A Power Squeezer will make the poweramp in your amplifier work on lower volumes. Only tube amps ofcourse. It will get you that 'cranked' sound at lower volumes , atleast thats what alot of people say i never used one :)
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Postby boobaloo » 16 Jan 2010, 01:30

Rfender wrote:A Power Squeezer will make the poweramp in your amplifier work on lower volumes. Only tube amps ofcourse. It will get you that 'cranked' sound at lower volumes , atleast thats what alot of people say i never used one :)


i have a button on mine that says that and when i press it, it goes quieter lol... does that mean it will have better sustain?
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Postby Rfender » 16 Jan 2010, 08:35

boobaloo wrote:
Rfender wrote:A Power Squeezer will make the poweramp in your amplifier work on lower volumes. Only tube amps ofcourse. It will get you that 'cranked' sound at lower volumes , atleast thats what alot of people say i never used one :)


i have a button on mine that says that and when i press it, it goes quieter lol... does that mean it will have better sustain?


Hmm ok , what amp do you use?
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Postby boobaloo » 20 Jan 2010, 11:35

I got a Roland Cube... only a practice amp but does its job... i'm lookin a gettin a new guitar... been lokin at Epiphone SG's and a couple Dots
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Postby Rfender » 20 Jan 2010, 19:21

boobaloo wrote:I got a Roland Cube... only a practice amp but does its job... i'm lookin a gettin a new guitar... been lokin at Epiphone SG's and a couple Dots


Roland Cubes seem to be amazing for practicing. Also try Epiphone Sheratons , prob the best guitar you can get for that amount of money also very versatile.
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Postby boobaloo » 20 Jan 2010, 22:10

Rfender wrote:
boobaloo wrote:I got a Roland Cube... only a practice amp but does its job... i'm lookin a gettin a new guitar... been lokin at Epiphone SG's and a couple Dots


Roland Cubes seem to be amazing for practicing. Also try Epiphone Sheratons , prob the best guitar you can get for that amount of money also very versatile.


Yeah, one of my mates does a music course and his lecturer suggested it.. Cheers for the info :d
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