#1
Ok you guys had asked me for clips of the Blackheart.

This is the BH with my Russian Big Muff and my Les Paul with EMGs at 18v.

The track is Balls to the Wall, and no it's not as-written. I spiced it up some.

http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/truespin/music/all/play241167

Tone out the ass. Even though it's recorded with a ****ty pc mic.
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#2
Does it sound paper thin in real life?
I can hear that it sounds nice, but the mic kills it.
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#3
Honestly it doesn't sound near that trebly in real life.
Transferring sound from a 12" speaker to a 1/2" mic doesn't bode well for any parties involved.
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#4
dude that mic makes it sound like a ss practice amp haha.
but im thinking of selling my vox ad and getting a black heart... how are the cleans on those things?
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#5
The cleans are pretty nice... good and sparkly.
I wish I could directline record this or had a better microphone.
Let me see if I can scrounge something up.
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#6
alright. I could hear that it had good texture and stuff, it's like all the bass got cut.
And yes, the blackheart is an awesome amp. Great cleans, great drive. Great everything.
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#8
Quote by joeymaxx
I wouldn't mind trying one of these, is there a combo version of the Blackheart?


He is playing through the combo version.
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#11
http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/truespin/music/all/play242533
I tried to do a little better...
The mic is now the Rockband USB mic (hehe right?) and I'm at 3w instead of of 5w, but I think it sounds a little more full with a slightly better mic.

And I felt it would be better to necro this thread rather than post another.
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#12
That clip was awful, but I do know the Blackheart sounds immense when cranked, I've got one
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