I Just got a £400 Vintage TUBE Amp.. Will a REVERB Tank Make ALL the DIFFERENCE?
Hey Fellas so this is part 2 of the £400 Vintage Tube amp video, getting to know this amp over the past week or so and taking it out to a practice i can confirm it has THAT tone, but...... The REVERB... Its just been bugging me, not hitting me as hard as i wanted and carrying in its reverb tone a horrible metallic sound, like spoons in empty sink clattering around?
So after a lot of investigation and chatting to some people in the know, the first port of call was a New tank?
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After some more research [ finding out the actual tank number was VERY difficult for this particular amp ] i went with a TAD amp as that seemed to my ears the biggest and deepest Lush reverb on the market, again a Cheap fix costing just over £20 delivered to the door.
In this video i take you through the amp showing you the tones before the change with its native Accutronics tank and then after once i've installed the New tank! With a little DEEP verb layout at the end!!
Guys if you've been struggling with your reverb id HIGHLY suggest searching yourself out a new tank, there cheap and SUPER simple to change out.
The last instalment of this video we will unveil the amp and push out some HEAVY TONES.