And speaking of hot rodded Marshalls...

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by Ed DeGenaro, Jul 16, 2005.

  1. Ed DeGenaro

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    links not working for me Ed.
     
  3. Ed DeGenaro

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    Not awake yet...they're fixed now.
     
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    I lay down my guitar!

    Seriously, thats some awesome playing and great tone dude!

    If only I could get that tone from my 2204. That would be great.
     
  5. Ed DeGenaro

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    Easy...stick a Reezafratzits in front of it.
     
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    Ed, do you find that the reezafratzitz needs to be through a clean amp, or does it sound good through a lightly overdriving or even a fully driven amp?

    Nice clip by the way!
     
  7. Ed DeGenaro

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    Clean or cranked unmodded jMP works great. Gain amp I don't like it with.
     
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    Amazing clip! Love it! I can't even think that fast, let alone play! ;) Hell, I wish I could just dream up progressions like this one, even if I played them at half speed.

    Orren
     
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    Thanks:confused: . I'll pick one up tommorow.:confused:
     
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    I think Ed can make a late '70s Peavey Back Stage 30 sound this good. Awesome.
     
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    Damn fine playing Ed, damn fine. And I like the tone on your Marshall. More pure fundamental and not so much of the wierd overtones. Sounds like much more power tube overdrive than preamp gain on that puppy.
     
  13. Ed DeGenaro

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    What? It's like 150 bucks? That won't break the bank.
     

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