Test Fender Twin Reverb ORLANDO LEGEND

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Test Fender Twin Reverb ORLANDO LEGEND

Postby Spadaro Paolo » Sun Jun 13, 2021 10:42 am

(I recommend using headphones when listening on the smartphone)

Here is the test of my “new” amplifier, after Orlando’s make-up work. Nos components and tube (Sylvania) for this Twin Reverb,
Point to point hand made circuit.

Here I use Gibson L5 , McGill Super Ace crossover nylon guitar, Martin OM-28 with LR Baggs Anthem preamp.

https://youtu.be/wVAH1nLjcgc

The songs in order of execution:

-Wayfaring Stranger arr. J. Standefer
- When April Comes arr. K. Burnside
-Blues for Bill arr. J. Reichbart

-Just You arr. P. Bergeson
-Junk P. McCartney arr. My
-First Rule of Thumb arr. B. Mason

-Loving Rita arr. D. Dykes
-The Tower and the Crane arr. P. Bergeson
- Paulette arr. S. Krenz
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Re: Test Fender Twin Reverb ORLANDO LEGEND

Postby Ray Bohlken » Sun Jun 13, 2021 12:03 pm

I think yourTwin's sound is a winner. You had a great tone. I used to have a 1965 Twin that I loved, but it's way too powerful for apartment living. :D
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Re: Test Fender Twin Reverb ORLANDO LEGEND

Postby Spadaro Paolo » Sun Jun 13, 2021 12:37 pm

Thanks Ray for your reply.
You could try a deluxe reverb or princeton !!!!

Paolo.
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Re: Test Fender Twin Reverb ORLANDO LEGEND

Postby Roger Pratt » Wed Jun 16, 2021 11:19 pm

Paolo......Truly some of the best sound I have heard in a very long time. The McGill really was special!
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