Heritage Briton II Clips

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  1. iluvstrats

    iluvstrats Member

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    Warmoth strat with 2 Humbuckers straight into Briton II with Briton 2x12 cab. Sm57 on one of the Blues.

    Left side Channel 1 (Voxish), right side channel 2 (marshallish)

    I played in the middle position on my guitar for both tracks.


    http://www.joedavies.net/britonII.mp3
     
  2. johnfindlay

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    ha! The master of qwirky bends & wham!-Remember Amos Garret? Reminds me a bit of that.luv it!

    The tone is really husky cool-very warm-so much warmer than my metrobog!

    can ya give a link-I googed and came up with some Saxon geneology site!:rolleyes:

    JF
     
  3. HarryJ

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    Mmmm sweet tone and sweet playin' :)

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  4. hawkeyeinexile

    hawkeyeinexile Silver Supporting Member

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    nicely done, Joe :AOK that is one sweet sound

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  5. iluvstrats

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    I'm really digging the tone of this amp. It's so warm and rich.

    Whatever happened to Amos, I loved his solo in Midnight at the Oasis.
     
  6. Grant Ferstat

    Grant Ferstat Some guy in obscure bands in a far away place... Silver Supporting Member

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    Congratulations iluvstrats-great clip. I was talking to Paul Cochrane a few minutes ago and he told me to check it out so there's a wrap for ya!

    It's a great change to hear stuff that's driven by tone and taste.
    The Briton II sounds beautiful. I wish I could try one in Australia.
     
  7. johnfindlay

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    I met him at a TV station in about 88-89-real nice guy-we used to
    have some friends in common-he lived up here in Canada I think for a while??


    hey -still need an amp-manf. link!!!!-what is it??
     
  8. iluvstrats

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    http://www.heritageamplifiers.com/about.html
     
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    Paul Cochrane 's name rings a bell-other products maybe??

    j
     
  11. KLB

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    Nice track, Joe. That amp sounds even better in person!
    Better hang on to it a while.
     
  12. 57special

    57special Silver Supporting Member

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    Living up in Alberta near Calgary, i think. Still playing, and extremely well, i might add.
    Wonderful playing Joe, your clips always make me laugh ( in a good way). Reminds me of Rick Danko's bass playing, if that's not too weird of a thing to say.
     
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    Dig the track Joe!!!

    Scott
     
  14. Hendrix95

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    Nice job, I really liked it. Sounds like a great amp.
     
  15. Unburst

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    Tim and Timmy pedals maker/designer.

    Sweet clip Joe.
     
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    57special Silver Supporting Member

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    just got a Briton II... love it. The effects channel is kinda dull, but great for mixing in some bottom end. The other side with the full EQ is wonderful.
     
  17. hawkeyeinexile

    hawkeyeinexile Silver Supporting Member

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    that's interesting. i didn't use the FX loop but once, only with a TCE G Major and only for tremolo, 'verbs, and delays. didn't notice any dulling of the sound at all, but there's lotsa para-meters there to consider. hope you enjoy your Brit as much as i did.

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