Fun with single coils, a vibe and EL84s...

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  1. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    tone is unique, I'd really like to hear it with straight guitar and no fx except maybe some room verb. sounds like a bright horn tone, a little hollow, unique and interesting.

     
  3. Ed DeGenaro

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    Since the vibe is printed...not gonna happen.
     
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    It's amazing to me how you can be blusey one moment and then branch into some note selections that defy, only to deftly weave back into the groove. I'm so clueless how to do that. I can split infinitives but not pentatonics.
     
  5. brent

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    Cool tone - judging from the characteristic sizzle coupled the fact that you can really hear the 84's sweating - Is that your bosses latest fire breather?
     
  6. Ed DeGenaro

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    Yes but not the way you think.
    It's the new Triode Yellow Jacket 84 converters in a BiValve.
    I haven't even taken the new amp proto to my home studio.
     
  7. Sub-D

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    Tone has some real bite to it.....pretty fierce.but not in a take your head off kind of way..I like it......great playing as usual......
     
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    my second guess would have been BiValve with YJ's, it's Andy's top-end that gives the brand away.
     
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    Ed -i love single coils-and how you snarl with them here-
    the amp sounds kickin'-whats a Bivalve--thd?

    JF
     
  11. Ed DeGenaro

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    If I say yes does it make it spam? :)
     
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    hit me with yer best spam!-Fire away!!:RoCkIn
     
  13. Ed DeGenaro

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    It is indeed a THD BiValve, the Uni's bigger brother.
     
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    Ouch-ya got me-im gonna dwelve in futher at the wen
    thanx ed
    jf.
     
  15. Myron Stratis

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    Sounds great Ed! Love vibes :)
     
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    Sounds like what Mike Stern SHOULD sound like. :)
     

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