New OD-100 Classic Clip

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  1. iluvstrats

    iluvstrats Member

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    This is probably not the best representation of what this amp does. I recorded this at very low bedroom levels through a 1x12 ported cab with my 64 Strat.

    The amp is much bigger live than what I recorded. I'll try and do more clips in the next week or so where I can open it up.

    http://www.joedavies.net/OD100MP3.mp3
     
  2. hemlock

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    What were the settings on this clip, Joe. It sure sounds like it was opened up a bit. I need to get the other player in our band to try one of those!

    The outro was pure Joe.
     
  3. Sub-D

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    I assume you mean the suhr aka bradshaw?
    Wow!! it sounds freaking killer along with your playing and writing....
    this amp is on my short list of possible future purchases and you just moved it up the list..ridiculously cool playing and tone...........
     
  4. iluvstrats

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    Hey, thanks Craig and Sub.

    Yes the amp is the Suhr (Custom Audio Electronics) OD-100 Classic Head. It's pretty darn cool. Lots of power but you can use the effects loop as a master volume to tame the savage power.
     
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    Better hurry up & put bass on that if you haven't already. Very groovy.

    Any pedals into this amp on this recording or straight in?
     
  6. iluvstrats

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    Mondo, I went straight in but the amp really takes to pedals.

    I was going to put bass on this but you know what...?

    I don't need no stinkin bass!

    Actually if I have time tomorrow I'll try and add a bass track.

    Andy, please post some more of your clips as you're one of my favorite guitar players around these parts.
     
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    Amazing as usual Joe!! Loved the layers. Your forte for sure! Great use of space and rhythmic layering and counterpoint.
     
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    cool track. that got me bopping right along in my chair.
     
  9. Todd Lynch

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    Very hip - loosely reminded me of a hip cross between Jim Campilongo and Scott Henderson.
     
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    I always like your stuff, Joe. Very atmospheric - you need Mo Foster!
    I happen to think that that music could succeed commercially.

    Best, Pete.
     
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    Awesome playing and sounds ,Joe!The amp sounds liek a great match for you style.Congrats!


    Vlad
     
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    hey Joe-where ya goin with that Shur in yer hand!!!!?

    whendja get that beast???-thats one of the few amps that Im actually
    interested in as far as an expenditure!

    I'm just working on the ComeTogether track-cant remember what you used on it-but the Shur sounds more briter & punchier-- just...different....
    Cool tune/playin as usual.

    JF
     
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    GAWD! What style! This has to be the coolest clip I've heard on TGP in my short time here. Sweeeeeet! Snappy with great tricks on the fretboard. Never grows dim. And of course since it's to tout an amp, you do it righteously. (Nice out, too.)
     
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    Incredible as usual. The amp and you sound great!
     
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    Great clip and great playing.

    The OD100 Classic is now my go to amp. I just love how big it sounds, not thin or buzzy, just big, fat tone. I use a 4x12 cab with Celestion Heritage speakers, what a great combination.

    We played a show last weekend with Lee Roy Parnell and he loved the tone of my rig.

    I can hardly wait to hear what kind of bass line you would put on that song, please post the finished clip!!
     
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    Great tune man... took me a couple of listens to really get into the sound of it (been in a metal head mood lately... but personally play atmospheric stuff) the tone is awesome... and the dirt tone almost had a bit of a tweed thing going on. The whammy bar work was absolutely stellar! Thanks for posting this!

    Is it a standard classic or a hot classic? I've been very interested in this amp myself.

    -TJK
     
  18. iluvstrats

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    Thanks for all the cool comments.

    I'm looking forward to playing the amp on a gig with a couple of 1x12 cabs in a couple of weeks.

    For most of my gigs lately, I've been playing a Vox practice amp. I'm ready to turn up and get stupid loud.

    Scott - when are you going to do your Findlay track?
    Trisonic - Send Mo Foster my way
    John - I got the amp last week, I used the Goodsell on your track
    TaronKeim - It's the standard low gain classic
     
  19. John Bell

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    Love your playing.It never sounds like noodling.It's always going somewhere.Very cool tone as well.
     
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    Man, was that good. Jeez.
     

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