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Taming Top End Marshall Silver Jubilee

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bart.reed58_50399
10/16/2018 7:57am

Hi,

I am an avid fan of WGS speakers, and will buy nothing else anymore. Had a Vet30/ET65 in my Bogner Shiva, much better than the stock Celestions. I recently (appx 1 year ago) replaced the GT-75s in my 1960 A cabinet with Invaders over ET65s. Much better, however there is still a bit of high end harshness I'd like to subdue. Wondering if I would be better off going with all ET65s or doing the ET65 over Vet30 configuration. The Silver Jubilee is voiced brighter than most Marshalls I have used in the past. Any suggestions? Sound clips for comparisons? Looking for more top end smoothness and creaminess.

Thanks!

Narcoleptigon_47048
11/15/2018 10:26am

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VAUGHN SKOW
11/21/2018 3:13pm

"Wondering if I would be better off going with all ET65s or doing the ET65 over Vet30 configuration"
Man ... stick with all ET65's FOR SURE! You're right, the SJ series is quite bright ... but many Marshall fans will say they are produce best classic Marshall rock tone EVER! Personally, I'm VERY close to agreeing ... The SJ JCM 25/50 has really blown me away on several stages where I was the audio engineer for recording and post mixing television shows. However, I HAVE noticed that the treble seldom is seen above about 3 on those gals ;-)