Thanks. I'm hearing the upper mids with the V30 and the lower mids with the M65. I like them combined, too.I thought the V30 was darker/warmer,which is weird saying that of a V30. Creamback sounded like a blanket was removed compared to the V30 clip. The two blended sounded best to me. Great playing by the way.
Yeah, I like what I'm hearing from the V30's and I thought the same thing about the "turned down A and D chords sounding like VH.Interesting, great comparison. Last few days, I've been kicking around what a creamback would sound like compared to my V30's. I think I prefer the V30's, more open and the mids make it more "in your face" I can tell that speaker would cut thru the mix a lot more than the more scooped/distant Creamback. With V30's, single notes sing. Creamback gave the tone a little more of a "metal" eq the gain sound a bit raspier top end and single notes were a bit thinner.
Turned down, the A to D chords on the creamback reminded me of Drop Dead Leg intro tone.
When both speakers were on, it's noticeably louder then either, by themselves.
What 2x12 is that? Looks and sounds good. I want to downsize from the Bogner I have.
Thanks, they sound great together.I like both quite a bit but I definately prefer the mix of the two. It seems too add an extra element when you play chords and really sounds fantastic. Nice playing.
Hey Jim, thank you for doing these clips.
I have a pair of Creamback 65's in a 2X12 (didn't care for the Creamback 75's at all)
Great sounding speakers, but they are somewhat mid scooped, and in a band situation, I find a little trouble cutting through the mix.
Eventually, I knew I would have to mix the Creamback 65 with another speaker to fill in some mids.
The vintage 30 was my first thought, and I was just about to try mixing the two.
Glad you did it for me! I think the two really work well together.
Funny how some folks consider the Vintage 30 a bright speaker.
Technically, it's not a bright speaker at all.
It's upper mid heavy, (which some perceive as harsh or bright) and actually rolls off the top end.
The Creamback 65 picks up on the high end where the Vintage 30 left off, and extends it.
And, the Vintage 30 fills in the mids that are subdued in the Creamback 65 nicely.
I'm also thinking of trying a Heritage Greenback with the Creamback 65.
I think that would sound excellent too.... a little less modern/more vintage, but still, one speaker nicely filling frequencies the other is lacking.