Smooth as Buttah tone!

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  1. scottl

    scottl Member

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    Here are two more takes on Journo's cool backing. I am so stoked over the buttah smooth tones! I think am done! LOL (famous last words)

    Clip 1: One of my Fuchsen into Wizard speaker http://www.scottlernermusic.com/august/ModTrimIdea420snub.MP3

    Clip 2: Fig's (Greg's) Fuchs/Bassman handtuned mod into Wizard speaker http://www.scottlernermusic.com/august/GregModDone.MP3

    For those of you who don't know Fig, he is a badass player and composer. He is gonna do this amp proud.

    Just two quickies done this morning. No EQ added at all.

    Scott
     
  2. Tomo

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    Hey Scott,

    Great tone! Very silky, round smooth tone.
    Loved it. Great playing man!

    I have been checking out my recording (with the Wizard).
    Great speaker.


    Tomo
     
  3. Unburst

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    Scott, that sounds great, but when are you gonna learn, that tone is in your hands, you can't *not* sound like that!

    I love your use of dissonance.
     
  4. gsozz

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    Another excellent job Scott.
    I love the way that with a small difference in picking force the highs tend to stand out. A very dynamic and smooth sound.
    Gsozz
     
  5. rh

    rh Robo Sapien Noise Maker Gold Supporting Member

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    Nice to know these amps will do this. Looks like I can plan on selling off about $3K of very nice ODs when you get done with mine.

    I'm trying hard not to feel like I need to wedge in an hour or two of daily practice after hearing all the bjorkin' quality players here--or, at the very least, trying hard not to feel frustrated that 20 mins a day seems to be it. :(
     
  6. CarlosEduardo

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    Scott, that tone is so tastefull and creamy that make my mouth water! please, don´t let your guitar/gear near to me! I could add them ketchup and bbq sauce and gobbling as a hungry pig!. BTW, you are into some incredible new armonic/melodic approach in this both clips... my face was "Scott Henderson like twisteding" while listening that...wow!!! more ever for studying from you...


    Carlos eduardo Arellano


    http://www.carlosarellano.com/music
     
  7. PacoCasanovas

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    Thats exact the same thing i was thinking of........:dude ....this is one of the best mid-overdrive-tones i ever heard of....*speechless*

    and of corse.....awesome playing Scott!!! You're da man!!! :dude :dude

    *triple-wow*


    greeetz
    Paco
     
  8. abergdahl

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    Amazing tone:dude . You're Fuchs sound a LOT like my Mystique Blue Star Proto, it feeds back on the same frequency and sound fat and chewy. Not as smooth and polished as most D-style amps. As Frankenstrat says you can obviously get those Landreth/Lindley/Lowell tones as well as the more common LC ands RF sounds. Oh – the playing is great, but you know that ;) .

    BTW, what microphones are you using ?? I’m looking for a cheap complement to my SM57.
     
  9. ivers

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    You have arrived, my friend. Sounding great!
     
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    Listening to clip1 ... wow schweet, those long opening notes sound like a horn almost, nice sustain/feedback and decay! Are you using the hemp speaker? Sounds great man!
     
  11. Normster

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    Art is never finished...only abandoned. ;)

    Great tone, Scott. Very rich and creamy. Hmmm...420snub. Is that the value you used on the V2 snubbers? Did you dial the feedback in with the PI trim pot? Do I ask too many questions? :D
     
  12. fig

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    Thank you, Scott.
     
  13. vladorg

    vladorg Supporting Member

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    Scott,like I told you on the phone - you're done tweaking,man!Now get back to playing and recording those sick tunes of yours!


    Vlad
     
  14. hendrix2430

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    most horrible tone I've heard to date...:D

    very nice, Scott. ;)
     
  15. Marcello

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    wow smoking tone and playing, holdsworth-ish a bit

    dude put sown the soldering iron !!!
     
  16. McLenison

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    Very nice, sounds like Holdsword meets Robin Ford. Brilliant smooth tone. Would love to hear it through an Aphex Xciter or BBE Sonic Stomp with a tad (more?) analog delay. Just my taste, but very nice accomplishment in the quest for ultimate tone! Thanks!
     
  17. t0neg0d

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    Ok... damn! That is a freakin' ROCKIN' tone!!

    Love the playing as always Scott!!
     
  18. Woodyworld

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    Best yet.

    The midrange bark is just killer, The highs are silky smooth.

    Playing on top form as well

    Congratulations!
     
  19. Lucidology

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    Been going through some of the archive clips for fun...

    Whoa Scott ... damn bro...

    Great tone yeah of course ...
    but it's your damn note choice & playing that really counts ...

    You're one of the few guys who note choice makes me get out my axe & say...
    Okay, what did Scott just do right there ...??
    I've gotta so be able to hear that in my own head

    You go bro ...
     
  20. cdaloia

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    Scotti,

    Tone, playing, the whole she-bang!

    Lessons, that's funny.........you bad!

    Chuck
     

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