Elmwood Modena M60 / Gibson R9

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  1. CALI68

    CALI68 Member

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    I just threw this video together, the footage was from a few months back. The more I watch it the more I regret selling my Elmwood.


    ...figures.


    Thank God my R9 didn't sell! :)


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGD4u6TwrDM



    -Chris
     
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    Man, that amp sounds great, tht LP is beautiful, that refridg. is smokin hot!
     
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    Thanks! I could have used a little reverb and my playing was a little (a lot) stiff but the chords at the end sound really good! :)

    -Chris
     
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    I love it! I have an M60 on order...it's killing me!
     
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    Yea it's killing me that I sold mine. Oh well that's how it goes.


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    Did you find something you like even more?
     
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    I ordered a Bray Modded Plexi.


    -Chris
     
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    The Elmwood M60 impressed me a few months ago, when I was sick of almost all of the high gain amps I've played. That amp is special. I don't seem to like the M90 at all... only heard it on clips and at NAMM played quietly... but I think the "mojo" for me personally is all in the 60 with the EL34s. Amazing amp.
     
  9. CALI68

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    I agree. Also the mode that seems to get overlooked is the clean channel. The clean tone is incredible and the boosted clean tone is out of this world. I think most people sort of regard this amp as a high gain metal(ish) amp but there are unbelievable low gain tones in that amp. Still it's hard to plug in to that baby and not hit the boosted channel 2 it's sooooo sweet. :dude

    Yea, great amp. I really miss it. I'm sure I'll get another one someday.


    -Chris
     
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    I hope that works out for you. I had a Bray I modded JCM800 for a while, I actually liked the amp more before the mod...but hey ya win some you lose some. That still isn't stopping me from wanting to try another!!! The bray plexi that is.
     
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    makes me wish i still had a gibson
     

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