Peters Dual channel amp clip

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  1. gdomeier

    gdomeier Supporting Member

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    I recently received my amp back from James after he updated my channels to the new Harrier and Warhawk. I know many of you here are aware of James amps and how killer they are. You can belive me when I say that the newest versions are the best yet!

    Here is a clip I made with the Harrier (old classic overdrive) channel.

    Two guitars with no effects added.

    http://mn.astound.net/gregdomeier/deuce.mp3
     
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    http://mn.astound.net/gregdomeier/deuce.mp3

    Fixed link.

    Sounds great, man I wish I could afford to pick one of those up. Do you mind me asking for more details, i.e, is that the 20,50, or 100 watt version? EL34 power section? Also, how loud is that cranked up? I am looking for something with EL34s in the lower watt area to get some singing power tubes but the search is hard on my budget...
     
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    Doesn't work for me.. This is what I get:
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    The requested document was not found on this server.

    Web Server at thegearpage.net ERIC
     
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    Check my reply for the fixed link.
     
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    ericb Silver Supporting Member

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    Doesn't work for me.. This is what I get:
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    Web Server at thegearpage.net ERIC



    Check my reply for the fixed link.

    THanks a lot.. We must've been typing at the same time! Thanks, that clip was worth a deuce! ;)

    ERIC
     
  6. gdomeier

    gdomeier Supporting Member

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    I'm a chronic bad link'er :)
     
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    Mine is the 20 watt 6v6 version. This clip was done with the master volume at around 9:00. Right around 9:00 is when both channels start to come alive volume wise. THey sound really good quieter, but I always need to speaker working some to get the tones I like.

    IT can get quite loud when cranked though.

     
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    Do have any clips of the modified warhawk? If so I would love 2 hear em
     
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    In other words, this is a low gain clip of the WarHawk. :)
     
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    Hey James, what are the differences between the new / old versions of the MHG & LOD? I know we talked on the phone a bit about them but I can't really remember since I told you that I was good because I love the amp as is. Just curious. I can see another one in my not so distant future :)

    Sorry to hijack your thread, man.
     
  12. JamesPeters

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    The WarHawk replaces the MHG since it's higher gain and more aggressive.

    The Gryphon replaces the LOD since it has more gain, but it still sounds articulate with a vintage feel. I've actually replaced both the LOD and LOD2 with the Gryphon since it covers the goals of both designs.

    The Harrier replaces the COD, being even more vintage sounding/feeling but also having more gain on tap in its most boosted setting.

    The Halo is what replaced the Clean design. It has more versatility in the sounds it can produce and what I consider to be a better EQ balance.

    That sums up the differences in a "bite sized" post. :)
     
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    Thank you, sir.
     
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    You're welcome, sir. :)
     
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    Can't wait to see the new designs James... if I ever get out of debt we'll definately be talking.

    HCFX and HCAF have both been VERY fun... to the point where I'm spending more time there than here... not a bad thing at all.

    Love the new, more geometric logo by the way. I really dig the coverings on your amps too... and the black powdercoated corners.

    The WarHawk sounds awesome... I've always dug your hi-gain voicing.

    Why don't I own one:mad:

    -TJK
     

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