Chapin Stratahoula with Cowtipper 22

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  1. Tag

    Tag Gold Supporting Member

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    Awesome clip Tag. Love the playing and especially the tone. Man, that is about is close to my ideal tone as I've heard. :dude
     
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    Very nice tone and playing, Tag!!
     
  4. hemlock

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    I haven't listened to all your clips, but this one is my fave so far. really sweet, round tone and cool ideas. I'll have to go back and study this one, there were a couple of licks that really killed me and didn't sound impossible for me to cop. Thanks!
     
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    Tag - really, really nice!
    Thanks for posting - totally dig it.
     
  6. Bassomatic

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    +1.

    Also, NO clipping here! Have we upgraded, Tagster?
     
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    Great, Tag - sounds beautiful even on my pc speakers.

    That's two very good clips of the Chapin Stratahoulas in a week (Guitarzan was the other) both completely different to each other.

    Best, Pete.
     
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    "Tagster" :D - thanks Basso he's stuck with it now. I was using "Tagger" in response to his "Lancer" but like your nom de forum ouvert better.

    Nice job Tagster. Loving my Chapin as well. What's the sonic difference between the 45 & the 22?
     
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    I think that's the best one from you yet. Tone, restraint, dynamics, lots-o-great licks. Good job!

    Mike
     
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    Tag,
    I know we don't agree on alot of things tone wise...but...
    That was real nice.
    Actually, that is the best playing and tone I've heard from you to date...
    Great job my friend.
    Steve
     
  11. MightyGuru

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    The tone and playing is Suh-Weet.
     
  12. Scott Peterson

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    Gotta throw down man, you done good on this one. I don't blow smoke up folk's pantlegs; nice work here. Your levels were better too - no clipping.
     
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    Jeez, Tag - who knew you knew how to play??? :eek:

    Very nice clip!
     
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    Great clip, man! Dug the tone, and the cool lines, but the groove is what stood out most for me here. :cool:
     
  15. Tag

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    Thanks for listening ladies! ;) Seriously, Im glad you guys seemed to like it.

    No new equipment. I bought all new high end stuff for my computer, then I could not figure out how to record even one note. :( I got pissed and ripped it all out. :cool: Im back to the Roland, just keeping the levels WAY down. Im surprised it even picks any sound up! That just goes to show how great the Bruno "Cuts through the mix". :p Lol!

    Honestly, the combination of the Cowtippers and the Chapin is insane. Chime, fat, and sweet. The guiatar resonates all OVER the place. You can hear the presence, even with just the neck pup I was using. I have not played on that backing in a while, and it is FUN and easy.

    Pete,
    I just posted the differences in the Cows in a thread in the amps and cabs section. I think it was the "Amps" thread that Dave lap started. The Cow 22 and 45 are my favorite amps ever. they even passed the UG 30 for me now. :eek:
     
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    Good playing and levels but tonewise i don't hear any magic, maybe i'm deaf :confused:
    It sounds like a good amp, not like an outstanding amp. That's the whole problem with clips unless you have very good recording skills/gear.
     
  17. Tag

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    Must be! :D

    I guess you would not like a Chapin or a Bruno then. Compared to all the other boutique and vintage guitars and amps I have owned and tried, as well as my original vintage Fenders, it SLAYS them! :dude
     

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