Sam Vilo's demo of BKW45 vs 1966 JTM45

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Sam Vilo's demo of BKW45 vs 1966 JTM45

Postby louis » Mon Feb 24, 2014 10:41 am

Now if anyone has any second thoughts ,
I think this one will end your search ,
What an outstanding and beautiful
looking amp you have Brian !

Love the tone , love the block logo ,
and also love the knobs .

And thank's to Sam for sharing this !

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Re: Sam Vilo's demo of BKW45 vs 1966 JTM45

Postby louis » Tue Feb 25, 2014 11:45 pm

Surprised no one as replied yet !

Gee's !!! .......are you guy's all dead ??

This is the greatest vid after sliced bread !


Lou.......lol..!!
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Re: Sam Vilo's demo of BKW45 vs 1966 JTM45

Postby David B » Wed Feb 26, 2014 1:12 am

Too much work man! Great comparison, hard to tell them apart 8)
Wonder what valves are in each?
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Re: Sam Vilo's demo of BKW45 vs 1966 JTM45

Postby samtheman » Wed Feb 26, 2014 7:49 am

Thanks, BKW45 is really something ...

Tubes:

BKW45: Genalex Golden Lion KT66
JTM45: Tung-Sol KT66 RI

/sam
- tone is everything -
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Re: Sam Vilo's demo of BKW45 vs 1966 JTM45

Postby neikeel » Wed Feb 26, 2014 8:51 am

David B wrote:Too much work man!


Yes and cannot open vids at work!
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Re: Sam Vilo's demo of BKW45 vs 1966 JTM45

Postby David B » Wed Feb 26, 2014 6:34 pm

Sam,

Great sounding clips & playing, IMO the BKW sounds a bit fuller? Are those Genalex Golden Lion KT66 new issue? If so I must try :twisted:


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Re: Sam Vilo's demo of BKW45 vs 1966 JTM45

Postby neikeel » Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:15 pm

Yes does sound very good. I too have a '65 JTM45 which sounds pretty identical. The clones seem a bit fuller and a bit louder, they sometimes lack a little of the complex noise artifact that can be interpreted as harmonics, this one seems to capture the tones very well in this clip.
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