#3
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sounded a bit harsh to me....not sure if that is the speakers or the circuit or what.

i liked some of the other clips of this amp better


I didn' find it too harsh, I mean, in a full mix in would be good, it's true that just alone it's kinda trebley though
#5
Ya, they probably will overprice it. But so far from the clips I have seen of it, I like it a lot. Sounds pretty good.
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#6
Sounds good to me, but I like the JCM 800 KK better.
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#7
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Sounds good to me, but I like the JCM 800 KK better.


I think I saw a video on that amp. Is that the one with the Noise Gate built in? from what I can remember is was a great sounding amp too.
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Custom 4x12 Halfstack (w/ Veteran 30's)
#8
Vintage style head cab? Schweet. Hope that makes it to the final product--I always liked the vintage cab more than the post-JCM800 style.

Makes me want a 1959RR
Last edited by Seref at Sep 19, 2010,
#11
Gotta love that Slash wannabe in the vid.

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I kinda like the way the amp sounds. Could use a bit less treble, though.
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#12
Yeah. Cut some treble with an EQ or something and it might actually sound pretty good.

Might just be the recording. Some of the earlier prototype vids weren't as shrill.

Or maybe it's just the tone stack you can see his settings at the beginning and he's got the treble, mids, and bass around 1:00-2:00. The tone stack might lend itself to highs more.
Last edited by Seref at Sep 19, 2010,
#13
Sounds pretty good to me. It's probably just me, but I like the treble boost in the sound.
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#14
He was also standing with his ears above the cab while EQing, so it probably sounded a lot less trebley to him.
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