"NO RESERVE" GRETSCH 1960'S HARDSHELL CASE "NO RESERVE" THIS GRETSCH HARDSHELL CASE IS FROM THE 1960'S. BUYER PAYS SHIPPING, CHECKS MUST WAIT 10 DAYS BEFORE SHIPPING. FIT'S A 16" BOTTOM BOUT GUITAR WITH A 3" THICKNESS AND A 41&1/2" LENGTH WITH NO PROBLEM. THIS 1960'S GRETSCH HARDSHELL CASE IS IN NICE SHAPE! Please consider Tone Gems a resource for vintage guitars, amps and gear of non-repute. In fact, the 5XL is identical in electronics and appearance to the earlier Silvertone 14 amps that were built by Danelectro.
At that level it’s easy for the player to control the output and vary the tone from clean to full distortion. It sounds really good with a decent analog delay or analog reverb pedal. Hope you have a good set of speakers connected to your computer.
Dislikes: Cheap cabinet materials and shoddy construction. But with only three tubes pushing 5-watts it’s more fun to dial this puppy to 10! Here is Jon playing his modified Squier thinline Tele through the 5XL.
The CE-2 Chorus on the other hand is THE sound of an entire decade.
Stomp on a CE-2 and its like taking a time-warp back to the ‘80s. I’m gonna skip ahead a little to 1988: The year that changed everything.
The DD-3 is a 12-bit digital delay with analog feedback and mixing stage.