New Amp Demo Clip by One Of Ours

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  1. JingleJungle

    JingleJungle Member

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    Dr. Splatt Does It Again.
    Whoa...!!
    (the clip is already making waves in the italian forums - that's where I picked it up)

    JJ
     
  2. JingleJungle

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    There you go...... from the horse's mouth! :)
    The truth is that you pros will always manage to sound *good* even when it's an average take (nothing implied to that specific clip of yours).
    I mean...The Köln Concert was - according to Keith Jarret's recollection - one of those "bad" scenarios (upset stomack, not-so-prefect piano, etc)... and yet...

    So I can't even begin to imagine just how much better your clip could/should have sounded :crazy

    Oh yeah.... Congratulations for the ECM gig! Any plans for us here in EU?
    BTW who is the contact for booking shows?

    Thx

    JJ
     
  3. michael.e

    michael.e Supporting Member

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    DT how much of a perceiveable volume difference is there when you go back and forth on your volume pedal? I of course am hearing the vast difference in the gain structure, but is it also louder, or does it simply compress and gain up?


    Sorry for the dept. of redundancies dept. redundancy, I wanted to make myself clear :BEER

    Thanks,
    M.E.

    As always, fantastic clip!
     
  4. fatback

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    Cool clip. I'm always amazed by your touch on the bar. In the clip the amp sounds very quick to respond yet blooms and whooshes with a huge girth when opened up...

    -It's like AMG got a hold of a wrecking-ball rig and turned it into a super-car, elegant, but deadly.-

    :D

    I'm eagerly awaiting "Prezens". Is there any story you care to share on the title?
     
  5. fatback

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    Ha! It was worth a try. :)

    Best let that one simmer in the pot until it's ready to be served.



    Have you checked out any of the recent Jacques pedals? I had a Prisoner delay on loan and was very surprised by the oddness it could unleash. Not a lot of time, but the mod section can ramp the delay-time up and down for some really squirly tails. :messedup

    (There will be the inevitable demo-vid soon.)
     
  6. mikem

    mikem Senior Member

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    Love your style in this clip- boy, lotsa range with that amp- definitely got me gassing for a new amp.

    Mike
     
  7. scottl

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    Amazing Splatt! Thanks for the music!
     
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    carbz Supporting Member

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    Sounds massive! Kind of reminds of the Duff Huff sound on the Giant record but at the same time it sounds like a tremendous amount of gain that would most likely squeal like there is no tomorrow at a cranked volume. Very interesting playing my friend. :AOK
     
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    Yea... I read that. That made it even more the enjoyable. The stream of consciousness and inspiration of taking that first ride.

    I am looking forward to hearing it more, now that she is dialed in more.

    Happy 3rd!


     
  10. Priestunes

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    You're taking the guitar to incredible places here with this amp. No one here is any further informed by my printing this is great sound--one only needs to hear it--but this is great sound!! I hear about a hundred different emotions all layered into novel architectures. (This moment at the fade is masterfully unique.)

    And 'thanks' to the poster.
     
  11. Sub-D

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    Your caveats aside.....that killed.......
    I particularly dug the clean sound, because I could feel the amp still
    raging behind the lower input and your lighter touch on those sections..
    (if that makes sense) .....sick improv........another amp to check out.....
    I thought this site was supposed to help you with gear choices.......
    I just end up w/option anxiety.............
     
  12. BugSlayer

    BugSlayer Gold Supporting Member

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    Amazing take! If I keep listening to this my ISP is going to start charging me for extra bandwith (worth it, no doubt)! If this was a 'first take' (sorta) with that amp, we all need to hear what it sounds like today.

    Finally a name for my particular disease....

    Got to keep looking for the cure, hope I never find it!
     
  13. Mark Kane

    Mark Kane Silver Supporting Member

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    dt, that was cool! you had it all goin' on!
     
  14. DonW

    DonW Velocity Town Angel Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks for posting and thanks to splatt for creating. I very much admire the emotive changes from clean to crunch etc. What's not to like? Fabulous clip. Up to this point I've been a more talented "listener" than player but this one inspires me to rehearse.
     

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