Suhr PT100SE

Discussion in 'Amps & Cabinets Demo Videos and Soundclips' started by sinasl1, Jan 22, 2015.

  1. sinasl1

    sinasl1 Member

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    Hope you dig it! All tones are the PT100SE, no external boosts or drives used. Through the matching 2-12"cab with Creamback H75's, and I'm playing my Suhr Standard with the new Thornbucker pickups:

     
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    As usual Pete, your playing is amazing! Just curious, do you prefer your new pickups with mahogany bodies or basswood? Great demo.
     
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    Haven't tried them in Basswood- I have them in an R9 les Paul and in the black Suhr standard in the vid which is mahogany. They are slammin, in both guitars! Paf to the max.
     
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    Wow, gotta say those are some amazing driven tones. Sm-m-mokin' How would you characterize your pickups in terms of output and growl? Just for reference, I have a couple of sets from Jim Wagner. Also, any specific qualities that you asked for?
     
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    Pete! Superb as usual. I owned one of the original PT100's for a while,....shoulda never sold that one. Sigh,...anyway. The SE sounds smokin.

    Killer composition as well!
     
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    Real nice song and tone Pete! Sounds great
     
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    Thanks guys! Thanks for all the positive comments about the amp and the tune. Glad you dig!
     
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    I'm assuming you'll be integrating the SE into your rig?
     
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    Yes, I have 2 shipping to me today- they were the 2 onstage at the Suhr party, so they are good and burned in, by Andy, James, Big Wreck etc! :) I have to send them to Japan on Friday, I'm headed back for more touring....
     
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    splatt david torn / splattercell Gold Supporting Member

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    hey, pt!
    sounds really great.

    i don't see a close mic, here, but am pretty sure i hear one..... or something very much like one.
    ???
     
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    Ya, I was wondering the same thing ... maybe Pete recorded it earlier & he is so good that he just faked all his parts for the vid ... if you can lip (guitar) sync like that you sure to be able to get a job somewhere ... :rotflmao


    Randall
     
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    man, that sounds great. nice demo as always
     
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    Thanks guys!

    At Suhr they have a room to isolate cabs and mics, they just run a long speaker cord from the amp. That way, you can turn up the amp, and you're not blasting the video guys and yourself all day :) With the new Reactive Load I'm sure they will start to use that in conjunction with IR's for speaker simulation for some of the vids, as it's so easy to record that way.
     
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    Thanks so much, I appreciate all the positive feedback!
     
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    splatt david torn / splattercell Gold Supporting Member

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    ah!
    thanks.
    i think i can hear the mic-pre, too..... i like it!
     
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    Hi Pete,

    what's the difference between your new sig amp to the old CAA PT100?
     
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    Quite a bit- re-voiced all the channels, new 67 plexi style output transformer, different filtering (more "plexi", I think it makes the feel more juicy), midi switchable, new MOSFET boost useable on all 3 channels, and the SS fx loop (which was on the last versions of the CAA amp). And a 3 way depth switch, instead of the whomp.
     
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    Wow -- mojo-added-burn in by great players. Bitchin.

    Man -- I've not wanted a new amp in for a while now. Been satisfied with what I have but your new PT's got me fiending. Dammit.

    BTW -- have fun in Japan again and keep us posted when you can. Loved all the vids from the last one.
     

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