Bludotone in the house!

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by scottl, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Here is one of the first clips I did. Non HRM with some special goodies. ;)
    http://www.scottlernermusic.com/Bludo/Bludo-lator-B1a.mp3
    G1265, B1 on bridge, Dumbleator in, no PAB. Volume was moderate as I recorded on a single G1265 with a 100 watt amp! SM57 mic.

    Here are some pics. The recording is not how the controls are in the pics, fwiw.

    The amp is ridiculous. Amazing texture in lows and mids. Really sings! Build quality is as good as I have ever seen. Brandon is a peach!

    The clean channel is to die for with great headroom and perfect attack.
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  2. quinnamps

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    Amp tone sounds great!
    Now please Scott can you or anyone else tell me what is different about your playing lately.
    maybe I am listening to the players more and less to the amps but I swear your playing and phrasing sounds like they have been on steroids for a month or so.
    Really Scott I have always dug your chops but lately it seems you somehow took it to an even higher level.
    Kudos to you and Brandon both.
     
  3. csanford

    csanford Supporting Member

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    Crikey!!!

    :)

    chris
     
  4. Unburst

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    Uncredible :AOK
     
  5. DEMENTED

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    Ahhh, The Legend of Bludo grows! Great tone Scott, your phrasing is uncannily horn-like...are you a closet saxophonist? :D
     
  6. Kappy

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    Sweet! Congrats, Scott! I won't be able to hear the clip(s) until later, but I'm looking forward to it.

    Dave
     
  7. sfarnell

    sfarnell Gold Supporting Member

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    You are on fire!! GREAT playing and tone. I'm about to pull the trigger and order a Bludotone or a Glaswerks. And then if I can become half the guitarist you are I'll be happy.
     
  8. LVC

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    The man is an alien .....
     
  9. mentoneman

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    that is the tone and playing of a guy who is really happy about his new amp!

    so here's the big question...

    can you make the amp switch to a useable clean and rhythm sound,

    while still keeping it optimized for that lead sound?
     
  10. bilbal

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    Sounds great Scott!!! I loved KB's Bludo when I tried it. They are incredible huh? I'm glad you are enjoying it and you sound phenomenal with it.

    Awesome playing,
    bilbal
     
  11. TPC168

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    Awesome playing Scott!! Nice intervallic phrasing--Amp sounds sweeet!! I want one:BluesBros
     
  12. abergdahl

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    Scott it sounds GREAT, is it you're amp or a loaner?
     
  13. Sean French

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    :dude

    Sounds great.:AOK
    As you know I'm on the list for a Bludo-drive.
    My K&M Custom is a 80's style non HRM so,my Bludo will be a 90's HRM.:D
    Looking forward to more clips.
     
  14. Ayan

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    Way cool clip! Of course, you realize that if you become a non HRM convert, I will never stop pestering you, right? ;)

    Gil
     
  15. Madsman

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    Sounds just plain ol' great.
     
  16. les

    les Gold Supporting Member

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    Smoking Scott!

    Sounds great!

    BTW, I have a lower serial number for both the amp and loop! Ha-ha! LOL!
     
  17. dspblues

    dspblues Silver Supporting Member

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    Great that one is done Scott! I am, one closer! Lol! When is your HRM model due?
     
  19. GAT

    GAT Gold Supporting Member

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    Tag, I'm dense, but what is an HRM vs. non-HRM model?

    BTW, nice playing Scott!
     
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    Hot Rubber Monkey

    a post OD tone stack that is inside the amp.

    scott, that sounds frighteningly like my amp. it has that 'blooming' quality and that lovely texture in the mids/low mids that i don't hear in very many other amps.
     

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