Heritage Briton SOUND CLIPS

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  1. DANOCASTER

    DANOCASTER Supporting Member

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    hey guys - I did a session for a Korean pop artist and used ONLY the Briton for a few tracks. I thought we got a nice range of tones so I sent them to Heritage

    They just posted them on their site. There are no vocals on it and are just rough mixes but you can hear the Briton in action :AOK

    They are at the bottom of this page :

    http://www.heritageamplification.com/briton.html

    ( I should point out that the HEAVIEST sounds are the TIM pedal into the Briton )
     
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    Beautiful playing and tone. Do I detect a bit of U2 influence in the first one?
    Nice overdriven sounds in the second one.
    Good job!
     
  3. DANOCASTER

    DANOCASTER Supporting Member

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    ya know.. no, not really

    Grew up w/ Page and Hendrix. In the 80s, drew from Johnny Marr, Peter Buck, and James Honeyman Scott. And now ?? I dont even know. Probably more influenced production-wise than guitar wise

    that said - Edge is great

    thanks for listening. That Briton has got a great of tones !!
     
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    is this the head or the combo?

    if it's the head, are we hearing any of the marshally channel?

    thanks, jon
     
  5. DANOCASTER

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    Hey Jon - good question actually.

    It's the head - w/ the matching 2-12 cab w/ Blues

    The cleanest stuff is just the "voxy" side but most is blending the channels together. I rarely use JUST the marshall channel. It's combining the chime and bark of the two channels where the biggest variety is
     
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    Leonc Wild Gear Hearder Gold Supporting Member

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    Killin tones, guitar work and production in general. Really nice!
     
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    Leonc Wild Gear Hearder Gold Supporting Member

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    Dan - are there any instruments in Empty besides guitar, bass and drums?
     
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    Actually, I think I was hearing it more in the production as opposed to your playing style, thanks for the clarification.
    Strong list of influences there, and as noted, great playing and tone!
     
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    Sounds great as always, Dan. :AOK
     
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    Nice work StrainO! Great production, playing and tones. Pauls amps are KILLIN'!

    <M
     
  11. silencer eleven

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    wow sounds incredible. sweet tone. like the song too

    evan
     
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    by the way what guitars did you use?

    evan
     
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    That sounds good to me, I got a Heritage amp on the way.
     
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    hawkeyeinexile Silver Supporting Member

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    beautifully done, Dano...

    :cool:
     
  15. DANOCASTER

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    The first track ("Empty") has a '66 tele, a '67 Guild Starfire V, and a little Les Paul
     
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    very nice dan! "empty" has this distinct asian feel which i really dig.

    i've been looking out for a ballsy el84 amp for a while and i like the sounds you're getting on the briton. I'll definitely have to seriously consider this option. and the guild is one tasty sounding guitar! :AOK
     

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