Elmwood Modena M90 Montage...

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  1. sled

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    B U M P . . .
     
  3. gooma

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    Nice playing and great tone!!!

    It`s nie to see the clean side of this amp shown off too, very impressive!!

    Brad
     
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    thanks for checking Brad. the cleans are excellent. this amp covers a lot of tones.

    that's a friend playing except for the very last piece. also, three different guitars a Custom Shop Strat, Caparison, and PRS Standard 24
     
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    nice clip! shows a good array of tones available from the amp. I played a 60 the other day and was pretty impressed. Not sure its for me, but I didn't spend alot of time with it either. The Modena's seem REALLY flexible with alot of different tonal options.
     
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    very cool clip man! clips like these are awesome since they show the range of an amp. just curious, what kind of caparison was used?
     
  7. sled

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    thanks guys...

    windsen, I don't remember. but, it had a Walnut body, two humbuckers (normal and stacked) and one volume control/switch. it was a very cool guitar and very dark sounding. I loved it.
     
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    Man, the tone towards the end, the heavy stuff...just huge and thick sounding, sweet.
     
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    Finally some hi gain riffage that isn't a bunch of pent's and roided blues playing. Sounded killer

    I'd still love to hear what kind of warm jazz tones someone could get out of this thing or if it's a little too bell like for that.
     
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    good stuff i'll talk to the guys at elmwood and see if we can get it up on the site!
    Josh
     
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    Hi Josh,

    If it's deemed worthy, at the time please grab the latest from my site. I've changed the last bit to a clip that I prefer.

    Cheers.
     
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