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Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Woodyworld, Sep 26, 2006.

  1. Woodyworld

    Woodyworld Member

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    vladorg Supporting Member

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    Sweet,Woody!Loved the octave work and the lines!So what is the amp?

    Vlad
     
  3. Woodyworld

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    Hi Vlad.

    Thanks for the nice feedback .

    It's a Two Rocks Custom Reverb Signature. I've litterally only had it a few hours, the clip tones are the very first i've got from it so far. It's Cracking amp.

    I don't think I'll be getting to bed tonight !!
     
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    Very nice Pete!! One of my fave Two Rock clips!! What about the Skrydstrup?? How do you compare them? I loved the low end texture on this clip. Which speakers??

    Congrats on the new rig! I look forward to more clips.....

    Scott
     
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    Gross! That was bloody amazing! Wow, nice playing, dude! Killer tone (Of course if yu'd ever herd my tone you'd take that as a bit of an insult! lol) Anyways, I really enjoyed it...
     
  6. teleamp

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    Nice, Congrats on the amp.
     
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    Hi Scott.

    Too be honest I've only played the amp for an hour or so since it arrived. I only intended to do a couple of quick clips to see how it recorded and then ended up getting sucked into the Sequencing side.

    Initial impressions are they are quite different, which I'm relieved about as I wanted an 'alternative' rig. I've not found 'my voice' with it yet but I can already tell there's some great tones available.

    I think my biggest problem (poor me eh) is how I'm going to decide which one to take out to a gig, they both sound so good.

    Oh BTW Scott, I used the THD cab and the E609. TR was running at 30 watts
     
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    Thanks for the nice feedback Guitarius and Teleamp!
     
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    Scottl thanks for the tunes. How do you like your Heatley? I`m on the waiting list.
     
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    Great clip sounds like you were having fun.
     
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    Great tones-playin Woody-congrats on yer buy!!!
    Saaaaaweeeeet!

    jf
     
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    Thanks GuitarTone. The Amp is Two Rock Custom Signature - 50 Watt.

    Thanks r9player. It's a blast getting new gear.

    Thanks John !! - Poverty looms, it practically cleaned me out.
     
  13. Mike

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    Nice clip! Great rhythm tones, and recorded very well. If you don't mind me asking, what was your recording setup for this? How's the THD loaded? My Sig has been an endless source of joy for me. Inspiring amp.

    :AOK

    Mike
     
  14. big mike

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    What do you know. You're salesman.

    BWAAAHAAAA I keeeed! I keeeed!!!


    Fantastic clip.I really enjoyed that! The right amount of 'flash' and not overplayed. Just killer playing and tones.:AOK
     
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    Well that was some very good sound and playing!!
    Sounded quite delicious!
     
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    Hi Mike,

    Thanks very much for listening.

    The recording set up is pretty basic to be honest. I used Presonus Firepod soundcard, Sonar 4 and on this occasion a Senheiser e609. The drums are just acid loops and so were the bass parts (unfortunatley thats why they tend to be a little dull rythmically - real players are just so much better)

    I'm always confused as to what is actually in the THD cab speaker wise Mike(ScottL help I've forgotton!) - I think they are both Heritage. One's an 80 the other might be a v30. I always record on the 80 if I use this cab...sounds sweeter to my ears.

    It is an amazing amp without doubt. I've not had much time to delve around yet, but I'm sure I'm gonna have fun teasing things out of it!!
     
  17. Mike

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    Why, I oughta...:Spank

    :moon

    Mike
     
  18. Rock Fella

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    I enjoyed that very much indeed, nice paced and thank god you didnt overplay . So many guitarists dont leave spaces for the backing to do the work and dive headfirst into unrelenting piddlee diddlee..........yours did none of that and was a treat to listen to, I look forward to hearing more.

    jimmy
     
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    Sounds great, congrats enjoy.
     
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    It's always nice to hear someone that can play in the style you do, and still have groove!

    So many guitarists I hear play in that style but just have no heart. They can play all the notes, play them at awesome speed, and still have the feeling of concrete.

    Good job Woody!
     

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