/13 RSA23 Clips

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  1. tonefreak

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    Very nice clips. The Suhr clip sounded great, seems like you can do anything with that amp/guitar combo. I found the Heritage clip to be a bit thick in the mids... old JMI's are like that often when you play HB's through them. Playing was fine on both.
    What volume were you playing at, and what cabs?
    Thanks!
     
  3. tonefreak

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    I was playing through the cab sim of a PODxt:

    RSA23 > THD Hotplate > Line Out > Radial Reamp > PODxt (with 'no amp') > Protools

    Thanks for the kind words!
     
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    I really liked it. The tone was really good and I thought the music was pretty sweet. Great playing in both clips!
     
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    I didn't think that was cheesy at all. Nice work and phrasing! Please tell me what effects (delay, etc., brand) you were using and how they were run (up front or in the loop)....

    Keep it up!:dude
     
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    wow...a lot more gain than I expected too! nice work.
     
  7. Fretmaster

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    The RSA23 definitely RAWKS! Great clips! Thanks for sharing. :)
     
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    Sounds cool. What PU's are in the Shur Classic?
     
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    All the fx were coming from the PODxt, after the amp. I use Plate Reverb, some Sine Chorus, and Analog or Tape Delay. Can't remember when I used what.
     
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    I have the DSV/V60lp/V60lp pickup configuration.
     
  11. Sub-D

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    Great sounds! Very punchy rhythm sounds on the 1st clip.....
    and kicking bite on the 2nd one...great playing on both...you should
    expand on these, if you have not already....
     
  12. tonefreak

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    King of smooooth!!! I appreciate the feed back!

    I don't have any plans to expand at the moment... I have to stay focused on another project I'm working on.
     
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    einstein..no tweaking..immediate..fab sound./.ggrrreeeat
     
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    dude. cheese or no cheese, that tone is really great. i'll get me one of those yet. and about the cheese. it wasn't cheesy, just really smooth.
     

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