Bludodrive Fat Time

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  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Tweaking your way to Nirvana Scott.
    Sounds lovely mate.
    Top shelf delivery as always. :D
     
  3. fig

    fig Member

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    Sounds great, Scott!! Does the Bludodrive need tweaking?? Doesn't sound like it to me.
     
  4. scottl

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    Woody meant tweaking the recording and settings. Bad mic placement on the last one. Plus I changed the amp settings. Thanks Greg!
     
  5. les

    les Gold Supporting Member

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    Wow! Sounds great.... Fat and chewy...
     
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    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    That is truely a special amp!!!!! (being played by a special player)
    Congrats!!!!
     
  8. fig

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    Ah, I get it. Seriously, when I hear your and Woody's clips, I definitely hear older RF tones - which is a good thing. Love the tone of the Bludodrive . .

     
  9. Lucidology

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    Beautiful playing Scott ...
    There's a lot more going on then tone tweaking in your head these days ..
    (also just listented to your recent clip in the amp & cab section ..)

    I just love the way you've become so connected to the sound of
    any of the 12 notes at any given time ...
    Regardless of groove or progression you're blowing over ...

    The point is -- you know how to frame intervals so musically ..
    & the way you hear these intervals in your head and place them in groove is true art bro...

    Then to top it off, you always maintain a bluesy feel, & never ever lose your sense of swing ...
    which, by the way, makes it so the average listener is not alienated in the slightest,
    is a very special talent my good man ...

    A gift ....
     
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    Dave Orban Gold Supporting Member

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    Man, you guys are killing me that amp sounds so good. This thing is worth selling all my pedals for. Is it as touch/feel sensitive as it sounds?. Is this the stock amp or is this a special type order?. Maybe there are lots of Dumble variations but this is the sound in my head. Great going and playing Scott and Woody
     
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    Just great Scott. That sound is more balanced throughout the range than I've heard from similar sounding clips. It's your sound but no particular frequencies are sticking out, if you know what I mean. The usual awesome Scott treatment in the improv department too.

    Gary
     
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    Yes Gary!
    What he said......
    Very even and natural sounding.
    And the picker's no slouch either :D

    Chuck
     
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    That just simply sounds wonderful Scott. Everything you post is actually, but this tone is killing!!!!

    Have fun man,
    Bill
     
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    Sounds great, but I swear I get this sound with my Cowtipper and Zendrive into Howie.
    But at least Brandon has fair prices. Might just have to get one, if my embezzling scheme works.
    Great notes too! Just might have to steal a few licks.
     
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    That is one warm and fat sounding pedal, and as usual great playing Scott.
     
  18. scottl

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    LOL!! Btw, thanks for all the nice compliments.

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  19. Marty s Horne

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    Doh! Did I say pedal? Sorry, it was a late night at the St Pete Yacht Club and the grey matter is still a little hazy.
     
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    fantastic. Was that a neck or bridge pickup. Really nice the way it sits in the mix. Everyone's going to comment on the fordisms but I love the way you mix the sco stuff into your own style.
     

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