Journo's Shadow From Behind - RG470 & the Normster Amp

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by adlibmusic, Oct 2, 2005.

  1. adlibmusic

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    Nice and melodic. :)
     
  3. Normster

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    Way to follow the changes...very nice!

    Oh, and the tone was pretty decent too. ;)
     
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    Thanks. :dude


    I'm thinking I might turn that trimer down just a little....:
     
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    Ok... have had this clip looped for a while. A couple things...

    1) The playing is very nice adlibmusic! I really enjoyed listening to this (4x thru so far)

    2) Journo - yet again another great peice of music!

    3) Normster (or adlibmusic) - Can you tell me a bit about the amp... me likes! I am gonna guess it's an 18 watt TMB? Am I way off base? Definately up my alley, whatever it is...!

    Me
     
  6. journo

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    Hi Adlibmusic,

    Nice sound and nice phrasing.
    Glad you liked the BT enough to have a go at it.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  7. adlibmusic

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    ToneG-Thanks. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Here is a link to some photos of this amp. It was a sliver-face Bassman before Norm replaced the board with a Dumble clone board that he built from schematics.
    Amp photos
     
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    Wow!

    I have heard a ton of takes on Dumble, but never heard an original - minus SRV tracks. This really reminds me of an 18 watt TMB (at least in recording). Very cool!
     
  9. stratinitis

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    Hi there folks
    here my take om some of the backtracks, enjoy and give me your opinion, it i'll be fun to hear your thoughts

    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=405365

    Regards
    Stratinitis
     
  10. journo

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    Hej,

    I'd like to take this oppurtunity to welcome a fellow swede to the Gear Pages.

    This guy has been around a swedish forum where I've been active for some time. I've had some very enjoyable times listening to his takes. Especially those with his ES-175 clone.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  11. Dave35

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    Welcome aboard Stratinitis.....only had time to sample one take as im working but will listen more this evening. I liked what i heard.

    nice clip Adlib.....very nice
     
  12. stratinitis

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    Thank you Mats
    I figured it was time to see if I could get more responses on my solotakes on your BT's on this page

    Regards
    Robban
     

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