Fuchs Lucky 7 clips

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  1. tonefreak

    tonefreak Member

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    Veerrrryyy sloppy, but hopefully you can get an idea of the tone.

    Lucky 1
    Lucky 2
    Lucky 3
    Lucky 4

    Suhr Classic with DSV/V60lp/V60lp

    No effects!
     
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    Thank you for fueling my gas; one cookie for you, but no milk.
     
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    Great clips, what kinda cab and speakers were you using?
     
  4. Unburst

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    Wow,

    Great tones!

    How loud was the lead tone in clip 1?
     
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    Oh man, that sucks!

    Sucks that I'll have to get yet another amp soon. :) Thanks for the clips. I too am curious about the speaker cab used.
     
  6. tonefreak

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    I'll have to get back to you on that... I used several, 2x12 and a couple of 4x12's.

    Thanks!
     
  7. tonefreak

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    Loud! 7 Watts Class A cranked is definitely not bedroom levels.

    Stayed tuned for a detailed report on how I recorded this and the cabinets I used.
     
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    Oh... my bad, there's a slight delay on the solos, but everything else is bone dry.
     
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    moved to the clips section
     
  10. tonefreak

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    Ooopps! Sorry! Thanks for moving!!
     
  11. tonefreak

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    Believe it or not... used a PODxt cab sim!!

    Amp > Hotplate > Line Out > PODxt Input > no amp > studio mode > cab sim > Mbox
     
  12. gtrplayer23

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    very nice. is it loud enough for small clubs? i have major gas for one
     
  13. tonefreak

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    I would think so. I hooked-up the head with a CAE 1x12 loaded with Eminence Man-O-War. The bedroom is about 12x12 ft... very loud! Made my ears ring!

    Sounded great... there's just something about hearing an amp live that, IMO, a mic cannot possibly fully capture.

    If you have a chance, play one in person... it's truly a different experience!!
     
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    Amp > Hotplate > Line Out > PODxt Input > no amp > studio mode > cab sim > Mbox setup...

    What type of cable do you use from the Line Out on the Hotplate to the PODxt? Guitar? Speaker?
     
  15. mojowrkn

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    the GAS.... when will it ever end?!?

    Thanks for posting - very nice clips!
     
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    My birthday happens to be 2 days after Christmas. So, I got some cash and gift certificates to Junior's Music. Paul has one of these in stock and I'm getting some GAS for a Lucky 7 as we speak....

    Joe:)
     
  17. tonefreak

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    I should use a better cable, but I use a regular stock 1/4" audio cable.
     
  18. tonefreak

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    Appreciate the kind words!
     
  19. tonefreak

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    My b-day is 3 days before Xmas!!

    Lucky 7 is a great amp any way you slice it!!
     
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    Tone,

    Happy B-Day! I have so many things I want, guitar wise. I actually just purchased a small Reverend Goblin to use as a practice amp, a few months ago. So, buying another amp almost seems like too much. I don't even have a cabinet! I'd be using my Dr. MAZ Junior 2 x 10 combo for the Lucky 7 for now. I'll have to go up to Junior's and try it out. If it moves me, we'll see!

    Thanks for the clips!

    Joe:)
     

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