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Clip of my Naylor

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by jdzialak, Dec 5, 2005.

  1. jdzialak

    jdzialak Silver Supporting Member

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  2. HarryJ

    HarryJ Member

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    Silky smooth bud
    nice playin'

    Harry J
     
  3. ChazMania

    ChazMania Silver Supporting Member

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    That was really good!
     
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    ccoker Supporting Member

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    dude.. you can play, great tone and phrasing
     
  5. Rid

    Rid Senior Member

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    :D Extremely nice tone and playing!
     
  6. jdzialak

    jdzialak Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks guys!
    Same track with OD100 this time.
    OD100

    Joe
     
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    Great sheet Joe!!!

    Some smoking playing bro.

    The Naylor seemed richer to me and the 100 brighter.... Me thinks I preferred the chewy goodness of the Naylor. What say you???

    Scott
     
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    Scott Peterson Administrator Staff Member

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    Serious stuff man. Loving either amp, partial to the Naylor for that "musical traction". :D
     
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    rh Robo Sapien Noise Maker Gold Supporting Member

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    Nicely done. That's a ripping sound, and only part of what a Naylor can do. I honestly think they're my favorite amps.
     
  11. ccoker

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    yep, I gotta agree on the Naylor

    hmm.....
     
  12. jdzialak

    jdzialak Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks Scott!!! I love em both...

    Joe
     
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    Joe,
    ripping playing,man!I liked both sounds but had preferences towards the fatness of the Naylor.Great stuff!


    Vlad
     
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    Man! I like every Naylor clip I hear. I keep forgetting how great those amps are.
     
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    The Naylor really fits your lead style ... it tracks all your notes real well. The OD100 gets lost a bit on your fast runs. Great stuff!
     

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