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FluxTone speaker clearance in original cabinet
New grillcloth on the Blues Jr. Retrofit
Magnet Strength knob modification to existing amp control panel
Small External power supply with speaker control on top of amp.
All wiring was done through existing holes....NO NEW HOLES!
Installed in custom MojoTone 1-12 Cab.
It has built in VMT power supply.
"Ye Olde Leaf Blower"
Steve Demonstrating the Major with all the knobs dimed out, and the VMT control on 0. As you can see all the people are having a normal conversation, while the major is pumping out about 250 watts! In a moment he will turn the VMT control up for just a few seconds, Then everyone scatters...like leaves in front of a "Leaf Blower"
New stock Fender Vibrolux
Outfitted with a pair of FluxTone's P10R's Note new power entry for amp is on the Custom VMT control box.
We installed the VMT control in a separate box, no need for any new holes in the amp!
We got this cabinet from Eric Johnson (still have the shipping label) Then we put this great old Blackface Twin chassis in it, with a built in foot operated (VMT) speaker controller. Hey Eric, you want it back?
Ok, we put a couple holes in this one. The red switch eliminates negative feedback. And the other hole (by the power outlet) is for the foot controller. If you unplug the foot control cord, the amp reverts to normal mode.
Nice hefty pair of FluxTone's C12N's
Close up of foot control entry.
Used to have just the one setting.....Very Loud. Now with VMT you can still keep that famious sustain yet be dialed down for smaller venues, recording studios, band practice, ETC. Then when you are on the big stage...dial it all the way up, and blast away.
Very early FluxTone retrofit with a Model 3 "C12N"
Optional FluxTone logo embroidered on grill cloth.
No extra holes drilled
We installed the (VMT) speaker control in the old Polarity switch hole.