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This is just the way all classic tube amp designs pushing 12" cones sound. Close backed cabinets are even more directional than open backed cabinets with the same drivers. I play live with a 1x12 combo and I deliberately point it right at my head and make it sound a little too bright and harsh. That way I can always hear my amp over the rest of the band and ...


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There are several possible causes: As a general rule, the sound produced by a loudspeaker is more directionally "focused" at high frequencies. If the speaker is aimed directly at the opposite wall of a room, you are likely to get "organ pipe" resonances because of sound reflecting directly from the wall back onto the speaker. In this case, there may be ...


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One of the most important things you can do is find a teacher who has a track record of producing students who can sound like you want. You don't have to study with them weekly either. Sometimes it just takes someone who really knows how embouchures work to point out one or two things and you finally reach the peak of that initial plateau in sounding good. ...



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