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The Model G captures the unique voice and response of an often overlooked brand of amps from the 50s/60s ~ the Gibsons that were right there at the beginning with Fender, Valco ,Vox and Marshall.. Somewhere near the tweeds and supros but with a stronger and clearer voice, and a particular upper mid sound and snarl. The Model G is related to the Honey Bee the same way a Gibson Falcon or GA40 is related to a Supro ... cousins with obvious similarities, but important differences. The volume, drive and nature controls are on both models. The C knob is a big part of the difference - it controls several things at once: the upper mids eq and snarl and slight speaker compression ... like adjusting to different speaker choices and ages or even like moving a mic aimed at the speaker.
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