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#162
Quote by 311ZOSOVHJH
^ I can't do Soundcloud

Why not?
Guitars: Fender FSR Standard Strat, Squire Affinity Strat, Epiphone Nighthawk
Amps: Vox AC15C1, Roland Cube 15x, Peavey KB-1
Pedals: Digitech RP355, HD500, Joyo AC-Tone, EHX Soul Food
#164
Quote by 311ZOSOVHJH
Not sure. All other players work find and I've reinstalled things etc. No soundcloud


but I'll add it in

how did you record and what guitar?

which preset/effects?

That's strange.

I used a strat for both recordings, and for the first clip, an ac-30 sim with some delay and verb. For the second clip I used the 59 plexi sim, with a dmm sim and some verb.
Guitars: Fender FSR Standard Strat, Squire Affinity Strat, Epiphone Nighthawk
Amps: Vox AC15C1, Roland Cube 15x, Peavey KB-1
Pedals: Digitech RP355, HD500, Joyo AC-Tone, EHX Soul Food
#166
My Demo of Electro-Harmonix's Ravish Sitar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz-AjHdfEuM&feature=youtu.be
#168
^Sound quality wasn't terrible. But talking for 9 minutes before actually playing is.
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#169
^ Right

The demo itself was bad. At the 2:00 mark I thought - 'Ok, he's going to start the demo now' and then at 3:00 the voice over chimes in starts saying 'Ok, start the friggin demo already' which is obviously the TS voice was just too much. After I skipped over the rest that didn't look like he was playing a guitar I finally found the part that has the pedal tones. The pedal should have been properly demo'ed.

Period.
#171
Quote by razordave1

I think the JCM fit the mix much better on the rhythms, but for the leads, they were both good. I can't help but think that the JCM's lead track is louder, though, either that or it has significantly more mids, cause something is making that track cut much better. Tone wise, the leads both sound great, though. The JCM is a bit stuffier and not as "open," a warmer tone, but I think it fits this style much better than the EVH did.
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#173
Matrix, I completely agree, Its the mids on the JCM that makes the leads cut a bit more... The EVH rhythm has a nice modern tone...both are cool. I might use both and a/b them for lead and rhythm, but I need roadies first hahahh.. THanks
#174
Demo of a crunch tone through a Celestion Creamback speaker.

I used the Suckerpunch15 mkII head. It is double tracked, as I wanted to combine 2 mic positions to get a better representation of the room sound. Left-ish track is edge mic'd, right-ish track is slightly off center, slightly off axis. Both recorded with an SM57, no post EQ (raw tracks). They are not hard panned, so both channels will have a mix of both mic positions.

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/CECamps/music/play1151230
#177
13 minute Bugera Trirec demo made by Ola Englund.
Professionally recorded and stuf.

A lot of people have been talking about the Trirec mostly because it is pretty obviously a Mesa Boogie Rectifier copy and that the release of the amp has been postponed for like a year and a half.
Here is a demo made by a fellow swede of mine:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ZBDAh7-blGo

It didn`t sound too bad according to me. If I had the money, I`d get one.
What is your opinion on this?
The mod Roc8995 told me that I could post it here.
Dissonance is underrated.
#178
Quote by ChucklesMginty
Quite a lot of twang in a weird way, or maybe it's these new monitors... Nice cleans.

Yea, it kinda lacked some punch even thou he is in drop A and stuff.
It isn`t as punchy as a Recto usually is.
Dissonance is underrated.
#179
I think it sounds pretty good. Too bad Bugera's reputation with me was tarnished so long ago or I would give them more credit. I might actually give one of these a go if my local shop gets them in, but I won't bend over backwards.

It might be a copy of a Boogie, but you would be surprised what difference high quality components that Boogie uses vs. crap that Bugera uses can make in the sound.
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#180
Transformers are the kicker. Crap trafos will be the weak link for tone and feel, all other things remaining equal.
#181
Yeah, it is hard to tell if I like it because I am not a big 7 string fan, but it sounded alright I suppose. I had a lot of hope for the Boogie clones, but this doesn't really give me enough to go on.
I'm just a kickin' and a gougin' in the mud and the blood and the beer.
#185
That is pretty different.. but ****ing cool! What the hell did you do to it??
Do you have any schematics of this? I gotta have this, seriously, I have a fetish for weird sounds haha.
Are you having a tremolo effect on?
This would sound cool looped with a delay effect on.
Dissonance is underrated.
#188
Here's my demo of a Proco Rat Distortion pedal. Me and my dad built it, me doing the wiring and him doing the enclosure. It's a distortion pedal and I run through most of it's settings in the demo.

My gear is in the description:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xX0w63V-FCs
#190
I remastered all the reamps I could find, so they're all at similar levels. All 19 I still have can be found here:

https://soundcloud.com/matrixclaw/sets/tone-tests

Bias Modded 2 Ch Dual Recto
2 Channel Dual Recto
3 Channel Dual Recto
1986 Marshall JCM800 2203
PTP & Upgraded Marshall JCM800 2210
Peavey 5150 II
Peavey 5150
Bogner Duende Combo
Fargen Mini Plex MKI
FJA Modded Mesa Racktifier
Framus Cobra
Rocktron Gainiac II
Soldano Hot Rod 50
Jet City JCA20H
Krank Rev+ (new tubes)
Mesa Nomad 55
Krank Rev+ (old tubes)
Orange RV50 MKII
Splawn Nitro KT88
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maybe you're not saying the right things? an amp likes to know you care.





www.SanctityStudios.com
#192
Quote by 311ZOSOVHJH
^ got it

thanks

Quote by Dave_Mc
I've had tube amps for a while now, but never actually had any go down on me
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maybe you're not saying the right things? an amp likes to know you care.





www.SanctityStudios.com
#193
Sorry if I'm resurrecting this thread!

Modded valveking 112. Speaker swap with warehouse veteran 30, tube change, and the brightened "mesa" mod. Figured I'd share for anyone who has considered modding their valveking 112s. I know I'm late on the bandwagon in that respect. Eventually I'll be doing the mod to allow for manual bias setting, but for now it's done. The thing is killer now!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eh9s...eature=youtu.be
#194
^ Thanks for the addition. Sounds great. I think I heard it in the VK thread already ( but yep your YT link is borked). I'll add it to OP tomorrow.

PS: the thread needs to be resurrected more often.
Last edited by 311ZOSOVHJH at May 29, 2013,
#195
Recently I got Weber 10A125 and 10F150 speakers to replace the stock Jensen P10R's that came with my Super Reverb Reissue.

I wanted to compare the sound, and so I recorded a variety of chords using both sets of speakers. I made a Youtube video from the recording, just in case someone else is considering the Webers and wants to hear the difference.

The video is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DN7FlMuKSog

It's boring, but maybe it would be of use to someone who, like me, couldn't do a side by side comparison before buying.
#196
Quote by Monkeyleg
Recently I got Weber 10A125 and 10F150 speakers to replace the stock Jensen P10R's that came with my Super Reverb Reissue.

I wanted to compare the sound, and so I recorded a variety of chords using both sets of speakers. I made a Youtube video from the recording, just in case someone else is considering the Webers and wants to hear the difference.

The video is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DN7FlMuKSog

It's boring, but maybe it would be of use to someone who, like me, couldn't do a side by side comparison before buying.


it might be boring, but that is kinda the stuff people need for comparisons. webers sounded a bit more shimmery.
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#197
Thanks, gumbilicious. I did the recording just for myself, but figured others might find it useful.

The Jensens sound a bit muffled on most of the chords. If you adjust them to get rid of the muffled tone, you wind up with the "icepick" tone on the highs that are mentioned so often.

Every video I see of comparisons of speakers, amps, etc has the guitarist playing a few bars or several bars. His music on the other piece of equipment being tested may be an entirely different song or, even if it's the same, it's hard to remember what the chords on the other speaker/amp/whatever sounded like. I figured a real A/B comparison might have value.
#198
Took me ages to find the right place do share demos in this forum .

OK, 3 new demos:

Hughes & Kettner Replex Delay:

Starts with Strat and then switching to Les Paul.
The Hughes & Kettner has an amazing shimmering delay you can play for hours.

Gear used:
Fender Stratocaster Masterbuilt 1954 50th Anniversary
Gibson Les Paul Csutom Shop 1958 VOS
DL Cables
Marshall JTM45 & Marshall 1960AHW Cab
Hughes & Kettner Replex

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t997aKC2x9k


Ibanez TS808HW Tube Screamer Handwired:

Gear used:
Fender Stratocaster Custom Shop 1966 NOS
Gibson Les Paul Csutom Shop 1958 VOS
DL Cables
Marshall JTM45 & Marshall 1960AHW Cab
Ibanez TS808HW Tube Screamer Handwired
Strymon el Capistan Delay

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4VNwO70Ll8

Mod Kits Verb Deluxe Reverb:

Gear used:

Mod Kits Verb Deluxe
Fender Stratocaster Custom Shop 1954 Anniversary Masterbuilt
Gibson Les Paul Csutom Shop 1958 VOS
Marshall JTM45 & Marshall 1960AHW Cab
Ibanez TS808HW Tube Screamer Handwired
Z.vex Box of Rock
DL Cables

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7sMDZihPjU

If you like my demos please subscribe, and Like my Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/KfirOchaion

Thanks!
#199
The Yin-Yang is a Dumble style low Overdrive. very harmonic and gives really sweet tone.
It is clone of the Famous Zendrive in a much affordable price.

Gear used:
Clonewerk Yin-Yang Overdrive
Fender Stratocaster Custom Shop 1954 Anniversary Masterbuilt
Gibson Les Paul Csutom Shop 1958 VOS
Marshall JTM45 & Marshall 1960AHW Cab
DL Cables

Please subscribe if you like my demos!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaP7hUetqYY
#200
^ I'll get these added in in the next few days (along wit Monkeylegs) but do me a favor and tone down the facebook and youtube advertising - this is not the place for that. I'm sure people can seek you out or send you a PM if they want to learn more about what you doing.

Thanks for the demos