Finding Your Tube Amp’s “Sweet Spot”

Nearly every tube amp has a “sweet spot” — a point at which the tubes are cooking but not pushed too hard, the guitar sustains, has good dynamics, and a full, rich tone. But it’s not the same for every amp; some amps are meant to have everything …
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