Small clip of some clean stuff...........

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Spewbag, Dec 10, 2005.

  1. journo

    journo Member

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    Hi,

    I kind of liked it.
    Recording info please!

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
  2. Spewbag

    Spewbag Guest

    Hey Thanks!

    It's a US Strat Trough a 1481 Silvertone Combo with the trem on low. SM-57 into power mixer into Sound blaster live.
     
  3. Woodyworld

    Woodyworld Member

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    I liked it a lot. It's hard mainting good timing nice phrasing and flow with no backing etc. Nice effects and great ideas.

    Hope you post more
     
  4. Priestunes

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  5. garfight

    garfight Member

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    sounds good man - is that 1481 stock?
     
  6. Spewbag

    Spewbag Guest


    No it's not. I did some work to it..............you should here the dirty channel!!!:dude :Devil


    BTW Thanks everyone!
     
  7. refin

    refin Member

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    Great tone and phrasing---rhythm is good!
    Old Silvertones rock! We want to hear the dirty channel!
     
  8. slackandsteel

    slackandsteel Member

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    What year is your 1481? I have a 60's model and they are a one channel amp, no trem, 8" speaker, 1 6v6.

    I've never heard of a 1481 with trem or dual channels!
     
  9. Spewbag

    Spewbag Guest


    I hope I have the model right but mine has 12" speaker(most likely a Jensen) one mic and two instrument input and Trem. BTW You're right this didn't start out life as a two channel........I made the mic channel clean and the instrument channel dirty so yeah technically it's not a "true" dual channel because the channels can only be switched manually from one input to the other.


    Oooops I just realized I wrote 1481 instead of 1482!!!
     

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