Lentz Stratocaster through a Maz Jr.

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  1. CDaughtry

    CDaughtry Member

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    Guys,
    Here's a clip I recently did of a Lentz Stratocaster through a Dr. Z Maz Jr. I really dig this amp. I hit the front end of the amp just slightly with a Timmy pedal. The Maz Jr. LOVES pedals.



    Oh...and the guitar ain't bad either!


    www.members.aol.com/sharid1959/lentz.mp3
     
  2. rh

    rh Robo Sapien Noise Maker Gold Supporting Member

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    Thanks for posting this--sounds great. :AOK

    I've got a Maz 18 NR due in some time next week. What were your settings and speaker(s) ?
     
  3. Zane

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    Yeah I bought a Maz Jr right before Christmas...ALL my Lentz's sound great through it...gotta love some Zzzz & L's... ;^)
     
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    Settings? Is your the reverb or non reverb model?

    Great tones man! :cool:
     
  5. GuitarBrent

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    Stock tubes or any swaps?
     
  6. CDaughtry

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    Thanks for the kind words guys.:eek:

    It's a reverb model, although on this particular cut, I barely have the reverb on.
    I did swap tubes. It has Mullard power tubes, an Amperex Bugle Boy in V1, Mullard in V2, and a Phillips Miniwatt in V3. I forget what I have in the reverb spots.:D
    My settings were, Master at 1 o'clock, Volume at 2 o'clock, Treble at 2 o'clock, Mids at 2 o'clock, bass at 10, o'clock and the cut at about 9 o'clock....:AOK
     
  7. scottl

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    Nice job! Glad to listen to your stuff again... I should stop in at the LPF.

    Loved the smoothness. Seemed a tad compressed but I liked that aspect of it.

    Excellent bluesin'
     
  8. CDaughtry

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    Thanks Scott....coming from you, that's a BIG compliment!:AOK
    Yeah...we miss you over at the LPF. The Jam Zone is such a fun play to hang and jam, which the nicest bunch of folks you'd ever want to meet. I want to invite all Gear Pagers over there to jam!:dude
     

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