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It's the long-awaited, prize-filled 50th episode of the Truth About Vintage Amps Podcast! And, once again, Skip Simmons is fielding guitar amp questions from around the world.
Some of the topics discussed on this episode:
6:11 Pyko de Gallo 7:09 Deluxe Amplification's El Pato Tone practice amp (link) 11:51 A circuit to investigate: the Kay K550 15:34 DJ Cruise Ship Derek 22:48 Hy Bloom, founder of Soundmaster, redux 28:36 Is the RCA Manual the reference for tube specs? 32:11 Can amps be cursed? 36:01 An Ampeg that gets mushy 37:39 Skip's fallback job 38:14 Model airplanes 39:28 Netflix recommendation: 'John Was Trying to Contact Aliens' 40:13 When caps go on a 1964 Fender Champ; El Pato & yogurt 45:23 Win stuff from Manbroidery, Voyager Guitar Cabs and Chris Vincent of R2R Electric!! 49:44 Special guest Chris Vincent (DJLavalamp on Instagram, R2R Electric) 1:06:26 Occasionally farty bass on multiple amps 1:11:04 A Philly Roast Pork Sandwich 1:12:19 The bologna sandwich from Oklahoma 1:13:27 A Fender Champion 600 with a disconnected pilot light 1:15:55 Special guest: Matt Clouston of Clouston Amplifiers 1:31:18 Music to solder by: The Peddlers 1:33:56 Australia's Goldentone 1750 / Broadway amplifier and the 6GW8 tube 1:37:48 Schematics in the public domain? 1:39:28 A reissue Fender Vibroverb with a reverb that rings with a C-note 1:43:09 A life changed thanks to Skip 1:46:58 Ranch Water; pico de gallo 1:48:58 Skip's riff when testing out an amp
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This episode is brought to you by Grez Guitars and Amplified Parts.