Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by jzucker, Mar 2, 2008.
Sounds good, Jack. I see the Old Flame back there! My Nash Strat, brown Roadhouse Eternity and the OF was one of my favorite combinations ever. Why'd I sell that amp again? Oh yeah, now I remember...
I owned the Vibe but never cared for it much.
Looks like you ended up liking the Grosh enough to keep it a bit longer. It looks and sounds amazing.
Yeah the old flame is back there but it's the kingsley i'm playing through. The grosh is a keeper though I'm not sure I need 2 strats. The kingsley is my favorite amp at the moment. It's a little more stout than the old flame and not quite as fendery. It's got kind of a fender meets marshall tone.
Playing sounds good, as always.
Your latest demos, however, seem to be seriously lacking high-end, on the instrument. Real muddy and indistinct. Hard to get a good idea of what's going on.
Also, small niggle........while he mentions it, I don't think the Eternity is "based on a Treble Booster".
What other demos lack high end? Certainly not this: http://www.sheetsofsound.net/demos/kingsley.mp3 (kingsley/339/ethos demo)
This may lack high end because the lovepedal vibe rolls off the top end a little due to phase cancellation in the chorus effect. I should probably have kicked on the bright switch.
Also, some recent clips were done with the Celestion Heritage G1265 speakers which don't have the high end presence of the RW&B or full range cabs I've used in the past. (I've since switched back to GW&B speakers even though they don't quite have as much of the Robben vibe to them. They are better all around speakers.