Axis Bold as Love / Axefx / BB Preamp

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by jzucker, Jan 4, 2008.

  1. Warren Mendonsa

    Warren Mendonsa Member

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    You got that dialled in nicely - sounds great. The BB works well with a strat, huh? : )
     
  2. kanderson

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    Nicely done! One of my all time fav Hendrix tunes. Thanks for posting that.
     
  3. Jim S

    Jim S Silver Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Fabulous tone and playing. This is one of my favorite Jimi tunes since I got turned onto him in 1979. GREAT JOB!
     
  4. jb70

    jb70 Supporting Member

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    hey jack,
    i'm really impressed with the clips of the axe-fx that you've posted. are you taking that rig on your gigs or do you use a combo/pedals in that situation? thanks.

    jack

    p.s. what do you have in your axe-fx rig currently? (cabinets, controllers, pedals, power amps, etc....)
     
  5. scottl

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    Dickie Fredericks Member

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    I enjoyed it Jack! Love the tone.
     
  7. jzucker

    jzucker Supporting Member

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    Thanks. BB does work good with the strat. I seem to use it differently than most. I keep the gain down and the volume up so it sounds more like a slightly overdrive marshall as opposed to having the gain up where it overlaps the zendrive. It also drives the zendrive pretty good.
     
  8. Sunil

    Sunil Gold Supporting Member

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    Nice work, Jack. Cool Grosh, too.
     
  9. Woodyworld

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    Nice!!


    (What no hat?!?)
     
  10. Lucidology

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    Another good'un from the generous virtuoso ...

    Think you'll ever put together a band where you'd get to play all these different styles ...?
     
  11. jzucker

    jzucker Supporting Member

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    I have a band together that does a lot of these different styles but right now we don't have a vocalist so we're a bit limited. Additionally, when we have gigged in the past, we get pigeon-holed into gigs where folks just want to dance to shuffles or the opposite thing where folks want to just hear jazz standards and keep bugging us to turn the volume down.

    To tell you the truth, I've lost my desire for going out and gigging because of this. I wish we could get a gig doing a wide range of stuff to use as a paid rehearsal for a CD but I don't see it happening.
     
  12. Rid

    Rid Senior Member

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    Ah...just ah...floats away!
     
  13. marinblues

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    great stuff Jack. Amazing realistic tone that axe-fx. M.
     

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