OD100 Clips

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  1. jdzialak

    jdzialak Supporting Member

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  2. Guitar James

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    Lost in the mix......
    Real nice tones Joe.
    I'm loving the thick mids, really cuts through strong.
    Is this the std OD100 or the SE version?
    Also how are you liking the tones compared to your 101b that you had?
     
  3. jdzialak

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    Thanks James.
    Its an OD100/SH. Stock ch 2.
    The 101B is a distant memory.

    Joe
     
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    Wow!
    Did you ever try the Bogner Xtcy Classic, Joe?

    Keith
     
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    No, just the 101B.

    Joe
     
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    Awesome!!! Great stuff. The OD100 is a great amp and you demonstrate it very well!
     
  7. Lance Long

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    Joe,

    Thanks for the great sound clips. I am going to try out an ODS 100 for the first time tomorrow and would like to get a violin-like sustained overdrive tone using my Gibson 335 and a 2 x 12 Fuchs cabinet. Do you have any recommendations for amp settings that will get me close to that sound?

    Thanks,

    Lance
     
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    John, I dont think the Fuchs is voiced quite like that:D
     
  9. Lance Long

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    I'm sorry for the confusion. I was referring to a Fuchs ODS100. Maybe I misread/misunderstood your post.
     
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    Nice clips!! Great tones!
    Ok...
    Where was the gain set for the "crunch" clip?
    Is there enuff gain there ... WITHOUT boost to do heavy Lynch/Dimartini rythyms??

    Thanx
    Keith
     
  11. Steve Snider

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    KW,


    This is a no brainer. You keep asking the same questions. You hear the amp. It is a killing machine. You need to pull the trigger. You have to play one to know so buy one and try. It won't kill you but may kill every amp you own. :D
     
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    A tube based killing machine for sure! The playing on those clips really gets the amp singing. No doubt that the amp would have good distortion but I am impressed with the clean tones. Nice work.
     
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    Gain was on 6.

    Joe
     
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    Man that amp sounds cool.:cool: I don't think I've ever played an amp in my life with that much gain.:eek:
     
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    I hate you... ;)
     

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