That.Anderton's don't do reviews.
They promote stuff they sell.
A big part of the problem, in my opinion, is that they're close mic'ing everything. The resulting tones are usually pretty raw and immediate, which can work well in a mix, but can sound a little jarring in isolation, especially for guitarists who aren't used to listening to close mic'd guitar sounds. A recording setup involving a room mic would sound much more natural, IMHO.
That clip was much better. Especially on the heavy rock sounding bits. This is more how I remember my 50 watt Jubilee head sounding.The banter isn't as good in this one but the amp sounds better
If i wasn't GASin' for an AFD100 this would be top of my list for next amp, but i'm still gonna have to go try one.
So, how do you stand with your arms crossed and type a reply at the same time ?I wish they would ditch Rob Chapman, what an irritating guy who ruins every video by Playing the same licks and talking a lot of nonsense. Lee is a much more limited player but plays with taste and soul, exactly the opposite of Rob.