Raw amp tone clips \m/

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  1. draelyc

    draelyc Member

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    Nice! Makes me want to hear some John Fogerty swamp rawk! \m/
     
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    Lol, indeed! I haven’t heard many Bivalve clips — digging these!
     
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    Any other takers? Post ’em if you got ’em!
     
  4. Vaibhav Joshi

    Vaibhav Joshi Member

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    You can see the amp in the background.
    This is a locally made 40W SS amp (1x12). Sounds cheap & unbalanced but can fill a small room & manageable volume at home. Low end is very boomy :/

    Ribbon Mic placed 1 ft away, centre of cone.
    Sorry for the bad timing/ lame noodling at the end..

     
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  5. draelyc

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    Naw, brutha — sounds pretty good to me. You’re at least playing to a groove — my clips are *literally* just random noodling! :p
     
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    Thanks!
    I tried it without the drums first to let the pure tones of my amp come through, felt naked. ;)
     
  7. cochese

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    Fender BF Deluxe with volume set at 8, treble 7 and bass around 3. Fender Strat with Lindy Fralin Blues specials. Cleaner tone is guitar volume rolled back and distorted tones guitar volume up...Just random noodling. 5 mic's in all. 3 close and a stereo pair.

     
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    ^ I call a cheat, I hear reverb and OP requested dry :D Sounds great so will let it slide :cool:

    Inspired me to break out a partscaster I have, loaded with Fralin Blues Specials. Cheesy iPhone doesn't compare to above, but trying to get a more bluesy tone. Three quick takes, the first one sucked so get's lost in Etherspace.



     
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  9. cochese

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    Ok but the reverb is part of the amp in a Deluxe but... Here's a track with my Strat into a modded '66 Fender Bassman through a THD 212 cab. Mic'd with an AT-4050 (not my first choice but mistakes happen) only. No master volume or attenuator.



    Isolated dry guitar track below just because...

     
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    The mics are very nicely mixed.
    Was the Deluxe reverb turned very loud to get that crunch?
     
  11. cochese

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    Thanks. Sure was. No master on that amp. Volume at 8. Ear plugs recommended.
     
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  12. Vaibhav Joshi

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    I don't get jealous of the gear others use but do feel a pinch when someone has a place to play loud. That's the way it should be.
    Enjoy!
     
  13. aynirar27

    aynirar27 All You Need Is Rock and Roll Gold Supporting Member

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    5e3 kit I built with octal preamps


    Reason SM50
     
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    That feedback is very inviting. Neat build.
    It's great you can play that loud.
     
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    aynirar27 All You Need Is Rock and Roll Gold Supporting Member

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    For sure. I built a bit of a bunker in the basement so that I can let it rip from time to time. It still gets a little loud in the rest of the house but the neighbors are safe
     
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