Hey tone brothers and sisters! I promised a guy a while back that I would do
a little research and see what WGS model most improves a Peavey
Windsor Studio amp. Well wait no
longer! Vaughn’s Rx for a small, sterile
and lifeless Peavey Windsor Studio: 1. Switch the EL34 to a 6L6 and 2. Install a WGS ET65.
The result: more useable headroom and bottom end, and a much more
three-dimensional sounding amp. Here is
the video, next week, we tackle another tone-challenged tube amp, the Gibson
GA20-RVT (reissue). Oh, and one update, since I did the video, I played a bunch w/pre-amp tubes and found that putting a NOS 5751 in V1 also provided a slight tone improvement - mostly a smoother, more articulate transition into overload and better clean-up w/ the guitars vol control.