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So..after Dumble gets nailed, what's next on the list?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by pharmx, Jan 14, 2008.

  1. pharmx

    pharmx Member

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    Maybe one day someone will be able to fully replicate THAT tone...my question is, what's going to spawn the next generation of clones? Which amp has the next most sought after sound?
     
  2. voodoosound

    voodoosound Funk & Grooven member Silver Supporting Member

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    voojo Gold Supporting Member

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    Jimmy Page Supro.
     
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    We'll know it when we hear it. One thing is certain. (imo) There will be an equally great player behind the wheel.
     
  5. Scott Auld

    Scott Auld Staff Member

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    Not to Tag's satisfaction.

    NEXT CLIP!


    :D:roll:roll
     
  6. gainiac

    gainiac Senior Member

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    I played one of those a loooonnnnnngggg time ago..

    What made them so special?
     
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    when you say 'nailed' ? are you referring to Mrs Dumble?
     
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    voojo Gold Supporting Member

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    Bad, bad visual. I think.
     
  9. Bryan T

    Bryan T Guitar Owner Silver Supporting Member

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    It isn't going to be an amp at all. Everyone will be trying to nail Django's Sel-Mac sound, as recorded at the Hot Club (pre-war, of course) using period correct microphones and microphone placement.

    Bryan
     
  10. voodoosound

    voodoosound Funk & Grooven member Silver Supporting Member

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    Best clean sound I own. Even better than my Dumble. I would like a spare so I don't have to take mine out. The schizo also really adds some unique tonal options.
     
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    I have fond memories of my favorite 70's amp, a Peavey Roadmaster...of all things ;). Will it be the next "Dumble"? Probably not...but I'd love to play an original Roadmaster again to see if my now well "seasoned" ears would still hear it the same way ;).
     
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    The Pignose!!! :eek:
     
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    Alessandro amps. Everyone will go octal :D

    I also predict that Mesa will come out with a Mark IIC+ reissue/clone.
     
  17. Iceman8.6

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    That is THE tone!!1 It stands right next to a 1991 Peavey Rage 108 I have!!1 The Rage is impossible to kill and must be cloned!!1
     
  18. slopeshoulder

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    The first person to nail the sound of late 70's Polytone red knob overdrive circuit gets a cookie. Rules: your amp must cost $5K or above, you must obsess for a year before answering, and clips are required (preferably recorded with radio shack mic).
    Runner up: Lab Series, with comp on 8.
     

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