Discussion in 'Amps & Cabinets Demo Videos and Soundclips' started by Fuchsaudio, Feb 23, 2015.
Greg takes the ODS-II out for a test drive ....and makes things sound darn sweet.
Why do people demoing amps use an outboard effect like a delay?
Getting Greg to demo your gear is like sprinkling sugar on the soundwaves.
OK, that's pretty cool.
Because no one plays their amps totally dry...
If I try out an amp, I want to hear what the amp sounds like.
If the amp has built in reverb, then I would check that out too.
Pretty simple concept really.
Sounds really good Mr. Fuchs.
Sounds Great !!!!!! Great new Amp Andy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
"Savage"! "Majestic Tone Console" !
Sounds terrific Andy!
Greg kills it like always
If you can't tell the difference between dry tone and not dry tone you probably don't want to buy a $3K+ amp. It's pretty simple to differentiate tone from delay.
I can tell the difference. I can hear the difference. And I can feel the difference when time based effects are added to an amplifier. That's why it seems odd that someone would make a demo video that is supposed to demonstrate the sound of an amplifier, but use a delay throughout the demo.
If I'm going to consider laying out that kind of money for an amp, I want to hear it for what it is. Not "doctored" with effects.
Damn nice amp, Andy! Greg clearly had fun playing it. Can't wait to get my hands on one when they come out.
FWIW: I don't think it was our delay (although it's tough to tell at NAMM), it may have been added during mix down. Thanks for the kind words.
Great demo, sounds and looks like a terrific amp.
'This video does not exist'
I am inraged. Its more painful than being outraged.
It doesn't for me either...
I'm looking into exactly why the video is gone. An e-mail was sent asking. Stay tuned.
where did the video go?