Reinhardt Sonoma demo

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  1. big mike

    big mike Moderator - EL34 Emeritas Staff Member

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    New Reinhardt Sonoma amp.
    D style tones with some brit chime/attitude on top.
    Channel switchin, Scaling, FX loop, boost, pull bright and mid shift, the whole 9 yards! Killer tones.

    Digging this one through an M65 in a small Boogie 1x12 with my Thorn Artisan Deluxe 140.
     
  2. waggclan

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    I dig it. Really like where the amp was sounding at around 310 and then again at around 335. :bow

    Did I hear some politician in there...
     
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  3. big mike

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    Yeah I butchered some Poli. LOL
     
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    Dude there is a multitude of killer tone in that box. Bob outdid himself.

    Needs more legato.

    You know you're going to burn in the hot place for the Poli licks, dude.
     
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    That tolex ... chocolate and cream? Makes me want a latte dude.

    Again, amazing awesome amp.

    I can haz xmas prezent?
     
  6. big mike

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    Bwahahahahahahaha


    It ain't mine...I'm threatening to um...'lose it'.....:bong

    bob might kill me.....
     
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    That sounds Killer man!! You gonna be at NAMM?
     
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    Josh, what up brother!!

    Might be, haven't decided yet.
     
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    Cool man. Hope to see ya there. I hope all is well with you.
     
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    Mike,
    How loud is that 100 watter? I haven't played one in 30 years...LOL What did you have the amp on for this recording?

    ~Joe
     
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    It's got power scaling, so it really wasn't bad at all.

    I think the overall volume was around 3 or so? (Scaling volume).
     
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    Yep...that's the goods.

    Nice stuff Mike. :)
     
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    actually no scaling. The master just works pretty well.
     
  14. big mike

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    Really? Holy crap that's an awesome master then Bob!!
     
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    I just received a Christmas card from Bob, Sue and Alyx. Thank you all!

    So!1! This is a take on a Marshally/Dumbly thingy??!!

    Big Mike, let me know what is what on pricing and such! :love:
     
  16. big mike

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    Retail at $2795
    lot of amp for the dough!
     
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    I wonder if you lose anything other than sheer volume if you elect to go with the 50 watter. Somehow I don't see myself needing 100 watts but I don't know how the amp works most effectively.

    I would almost be afraid to tell my bandmates that I am going to play with 100 watts.....they would ****. They think that my Greer TBolt is too loud...LOL

    ~Joe
     
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    Don't tell them. I wouldn't want to sacrifice the headroom.
    The clean tone is glorious!
     
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    Yeh but how about the OD Mike, or are pedals necessary?

    ~Joe
     
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    No pedals in the clip Joe
     

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