Originally Posted by Syncamorea
I used to have a JMP-50. Kinda wish I hadn't sold it.
This one doesn't do crunch very well, but the clean tones are out of this world. I was a little worried about the custom cab affecting the resellability..but I can't imagine ever wanting to get rid of it. It's just so nice looking.
Originally Posted by Kiwi Audio
Awesome! Looks like things are progressing nicely! Kudos to you on wanting to be a part of the construction process! If you haven't started feeling the EXTREME satisfaction, you will soon!!
So with the hat channel and clips you installed, what spacing did you decide on for between the hat channel? Also I noticed that you offset the clips. What was the deciding factor in offsetting vs not offsetting in your situation? In my mind, it makes more sense to offset the clips as you have, but I have seen other builds where the clips we not offset. What are your thoughts??
You know, I don't think we put too much thought in to offsetting the clips. I feel like every Youtube install video we watched had offsetting clips. I'm sure at some point they mentioned the purpose of it, but if so, it was in one ear and out the other. I imagine it has to do with both securing the sheet rock evenly and dispersing/minimizing the transference of soundwaves.
Our hat channel in MOST places is 2 feet a part. Because of weird shaped rooms, sometimes they're closer (on the ceiling especially to bypass air ducts and lighting).
Is my ignorance showing?