All clips were recorded basically the same using two shure 57 mics, a 2x12 cab and roland VS2000 studio which Ive only had a couple of weeks and still trying to work out (I just used the inbuilt rythym tracks). I used a Peavey V-type vandenburg guitar with SD screamin demon bridge pup. Its kind of a bright low output pickup. The clips were recorded at TV volume levels in an apartment and all amps had the gain rolled back to around 3 oclock (the marshall's treble channel loudness was lowered). Same settings for rythym and solo's, no stomp boxes used but with ambience added on the roland during mixdown. Ive only had the Roland VS a few weeks so still getting my head around it. Im not particularly happy with the recordings overall but it gives a quick comparison of low volume tone none the less. Representing Sweden is the newcomer Elmwood M90. From the UK we have the legendary marshall plexi coached by David Bray mods, from the far east of china we have the E-Wave DG100H (on loan) and from the heartland of the US a Peavey JSX combo. All amps have master volumes. I welcome your thoughts and suggestions! Elmwood M90: http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6264319 E-Wave GD100H: http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6264293 Peavey JSX: http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6264299 Bray Marshall Plexi: http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6264313 Thanks!