Bludotone Soundclip Thread

osoloco69

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I would like to ask any owners/players of Bludotone amps to post their clips here. I am hoping that this thread will start to clarify the different models/options of Bludos wih soundclips for any interested parties. If you are posting a Bludodrive clip please name the circuit.* Thanks. :clips
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CLEAN:
70's Version1
70's Version 2
Low Plate Classic
High Plate Classic
Low Plate Skyline
High Plate Skyline
Bluesmaster Version 1
Bluesmaster Version 2
Bluesmaster Version 3
Ripper Version 1
Ripper Version 2

Overdrive:
Standard Overdrive
"Fat" Standard Overdrive (usually in 70's amps)
Hot Rubber Monkey Style Overdrive
Megaplex Style Overdrive Version 1(Usually in Ripper)
Megaplex Overdrive Version 2(also found in Ripper)

Phase Inverter:
70's style
Standard
Bluesmaster
 
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osoloco69

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Traviswalk- is that a high-plate or low-plate classic? I assume that it is standard OD and standard PI.

LVC- I wonder if that is 70's version 1 or 2? I am guessing that it has the Fat OD and 70's style PI.
 

TopDog

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My Ojai Special landed today. :aok

Clips will be forthcoming!
 

traviswalk

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Wow, the Ojai is the Bludo du Jour! Pics and clips please!
 

osoloco69

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Are the Ojai the bluesmaster version 1, 2, or 3? I imagine that they are HRM with the Bluesmaster PI.

This thread is finally coming together...
Does anyone have clips of the two different types of Ripper/Megaplex?
 

traviswalk

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I'll ask again in this thread, Brandon do you know much on the Ultraphonix circuit that has popped up before? Sounds like the cleans on that are stellar.
 

bludotone

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THe Ojai is not a Bluesmaster, nor is it HRM:aok

I know a bit about the ultraphonix mod, It has a Marshall/bassman style PI, Trem is intact on the reverb channel.. No overdrive circuit.

The two channels are voiced differently, one has more gain.
 

traviswalk

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THe Ojai is not a Bluesmaster, nor is it HRM:aok

I know a bit about the ultraphonix mod, It has a Marshall/bassman style PI, Trem is intact on the reverb channel.. No overdrive circuit.

The two channels are voiced differently, one has more gain.
Oooo, interesting. Thanks!
 

osoloco69

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THe Ojai is not a Bluesmaster, nor is it HRM:aok

I know a bit about the ultraphonix mod, It has a Marshall/bassman style PI, Trem is intact on the reverb channel.. No overdrive circuit.

The two channels are voiced differently, one has more gain.
A lot of people think that they are switching because most people use a/b amp switchers for the two channels.
Thanks for clearing up the Ojai for us. I guess that makes one more style? Is that a seperate Ojai Clean, Ojai OD, and Ojai PI? If I start to infringe upon things you don't feel like sharing let me know...I won't ask for brands/values as those things are infringing upon your business, and you have been more than open with that information over at AG.
 

NFB

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I personally love the beast in this video, turn it up loud and you will get the picture.

 

Holliman

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I personally think those are the best "Dumble" demo clips ever posted on the Gear Page
+ a million. Nice El Rayo tones. I'd love to get even 50% of that kind of tone in a pedal (truthfully I'd love to have that amp in a 10 watt package).
 






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