Quick clip Landgraff DO Into Vintage Modern

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  1. 58lespaulman

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    I just wanted to show the rythm side of this combo with the Landy. It's that great classic Marshall sound that gets me going. The Landy really brings it out.

    Shane
     
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    Still my favorite pedal for rythem......:)
     
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    Yeah it's great for that medium heavy rock or blues sound. I like running it with the Tim or Timmy.

    Shane
     
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    Nice energy level coming through your playing. Sometimes players get too cerebral and although they are playing nice licks, they lack that energetic urgency that shines through in your playing and moves the listener postively instead of having the listener say "That was great but there wasn't much feeling".
    Great job!:BEER
     
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    Thank you (screamingduck) . Landgraff DO has the harmonic overtones that jumping out all over the place. I know people say it's based on the TS-808, but I'm telling you, it's way more than that. And this is the third one I've had over the years. My top five overdrives are number'd like this.

    1. TIM
    2. TIMMY
    3. Pedalworx Cactus Crunch
    4. Landgraff Dynamic Overdrive
    5. MJM Blues Devil

    Shane
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    The Tim better than Landgraff??
     
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    I would say Yes, manly because the Tim can do the lower gain better than anything out there, and you have bass and treble controls. The Gain on the Tim and TIMMY is so tube like and natural that nothing compairs.

    Shane
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