Green Back Clone (Warehouse speakers) 4x12 clip (clean and dirt)

Kapo_Polenton

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I listened! I was interested in these speakers to see how they compared to my reissue greenbacks. Hard to tell in the mix but that is where they are most important and I dig the sound you've got going there. Is that two tracks panned left and right? What is the amp? Sound organic and nice, not scooped.
 

thefyn

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I listened! I was interested in these speakers to see how they compared to my reissue greenbacks. Hard to tell in the mix but that is where they are most important and I dig the sound you've got going there. Is that two tracks panned left and right? What is the amp? Sound organic and nice, not scooped.

The amp is a Mesa DC 5. It has a Rocktron Xpression in the loop for the cleans and it was bypassed for the dirt. In fact after the recording I found out the EQ was switched off too so I had everything on 5 on the mesa :)

I was tweaking the eq thinking it was making a difference :eek:
 

jcs

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i listened, i liked it a lot,interesting vocalist too!

now keep in mind i listen to a lot of late 60s-70s rock on a great system almost all recordings are on vinyl,so you sound more modern but way better than most of the overcompressed-too overdriven stuff i hear today.
 

thefyn

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i listened, i liked it a lot,interesting vocalist too!

now keep in mind i listen to a lot of late 60s-70s rock on a great system almost all recordings are on vinyl,so you sound more modern but way better than most of the overcompressed-too overdriven stuff i hear today.

Thanks man! The end is a lot louder than the beginning. When I master it I will avoid the mellow part being equal to the heavy part vol wise :)
 




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