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    Speakers NAD! (contains Ampeg)

    Tuesday NAD! Ampeg Reverberocket 50W 2x12. Apparently from the '90s. Love that they still label the -6 dB dampened input "accordion" on the control panel. (I actually picked this up yesterday but haven't had a chance to really play with it yet.)




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    Les Paul Forum Member sonar's Avatar
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    Re: NAD! (contains Ampeg)

    Congrats! Great under the radar amps.

    An Ex-girlfriend used one with her band back in the early nulls. I could type and easy quip about which one I miss more...

    but I won’t.

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    Re: NAD! (contains Ampeg)

    Quote Originally Posted by sonar View Post
    Congrats! Great under the radar amps.

    An Ex-girlfriend used one with her band back in the early nulls. I could type and easy quip about which one I miss more...

    but I won’t.
    Pics or girlfriend did not exist.


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    Les Paul Forum Member renderit's Avatar
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    Re: NAD! (contains Ampeg)

    I call unicorn!

    Love the amp though.


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    Re: NAD! (contains Ampeg)

    Quote Originally Posted by renderit View Post
    I call unicorn!

    Love the amp though.
    Ta Renderit!

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    Re: NAD! (contains Ampeg)

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Krashpad View Post
    Tuesday NAD! Ampeg Reverberocket 50W 2x12. Apparently from the '90s. Love that they still label the -6 dB dampened input "accordion" on the control panel. (I actually picked this up yesterday but haven't had a chance to really play with it yet.)

    I remember these being pretty cool back in the '90s. If I recall, they're a fairly mellow sounding amp and it's all about cranking the mids to get a sound that'll cut through in the mix. Pretty much the opposite of where those chicken-head dials are set in the picture. (But I feel this way about nearly every amp with a mid control...)

    Have fun and be sure to give us a tone report when you can. And be sure to tell me I'm wrong about the mids!

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