Framus Phil XG PX90 / Friedman Vintage-T P90 / Diezel Hagen

Discussion in 'Gear Demos - Videos and Soundclips' started by piazza, Oct 28, 2017.

  1. piazza

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    In my guitarists live I discovered the beauty of P90s pretty late, but now I’m loving them more and more! The guitars used are a Framus Phil XG PX90 (mahogany neck and body, neck through) - always panned to the left - and a Friedman Tele Vintage-T MRTS90 (mahogany body, maple neck, bolt on) - panned to the right.

    After the demo song you can hear single tracks of the guitars, and one track recorded with a humbucker guitar.

    The amp is Diezel Hagen (ch3 for rhythm, ch4 for the leads) with a Bogner 2x12 oversized with V30s.

    Thanks for watching!

     
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  2. browns fan

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    Nice job!! Great tones!!!
     
  3. HoboMan

    HoboMan Silver Supporting Member

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    That was awesome!
     
  4. piazza

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    Thanks guys, happy you like it! :)
     
  5. Ob1clyde

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    cool tune, dude.. I came for the Hagen content and stayed for the groove!
     
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    mxk116 Silver Supporting Member

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    Framus sounds terrific. :beer
     
  7. piazza

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    Wow that Framus sounds great. So does the Hagen. So warm.
     
  9. piazza

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    Thanks for watching! I really like the Hagen, and I think it's more versatile than a lot of people think. Diezels have a reputation being a metal amp, but they can do so much more.
     

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