Supro Supreme 1600 Fusion and Jazz/blues jam

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  1. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    I thought I would give this little a whirl. Here are two quick jams

    Fusion OD tone:


    Jazz Blues with a Heritage Golden Eagle Archtop
     
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    Love the jazz jam.

    Haven't heard that side of you before.
     
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    Campfired Gold Supporting Member

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    Love the first Supro Jam break @00:33. Sounded a little tough to keep up with, but you hung tight. Also dug the break @3:32. Lot of smoke and fire in this one.

    The Archtop Jazz jam actually speaks more to me. More judicious choice of notes. Tastier, because you could digest it with phrasing and pausing...

    First Jam: 2.5 out of 5 stars. Only because it was straight-forward lead without notice of structure.
    2nd Jam: 4.5 out of 5 stars. Because of the chord and theme, lead and embellishment.

    I think your strength is with the chord and theme with structured changes and variation. 2 wins out over 1.
     
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    Hey Stephan,

    Two great and very different tracks. I thoroughly enjoyed both of them.

    Cheers,

    Mats N
     
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  5. ivers

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    Excellent playing, and the Supro seems to have some very nice sounds available.
     
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  6. pinner

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    Thanks Derek, I really do appreciate that you often listen and comment on my clips!!!!

    Wow thanks!!! I appreciate the time to listen and comment in detail! Both were kind of turn on and go before running to work lol!!!! Just trying to get an idea of its tones it has. Thanks again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks a lot Mats!!!!!!!! It is a neat little amp!

    Thanks a lot!!!!!! It is a cool amp. Wanted a small tube amp for some fun and so far it is delivering. Pretty happy so far!!!!!! Thanks again!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I always dig your cool playing Stephan . I really liked the 2nd clips tones you were getting .
     
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    Stephan, I have to agree with Bob on this one. I always love hearing what I consider to be your signature tone and style, but when you break out the big jazz box and play clean!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Man, you just make it shine! Very nice touch and tones. Of course your phrasing and voicings are all your own.
    Great playing and always a great listen!
     
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  9. pinner

    pinner Silver Supporting Member

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    Thanks!!!! I really love that archtop with flatwounds into a tube amp that breaks up a little. My fav jazz tone and really enjoying this little amp.

    Thanks a lot! Very impressed so far with this little amp. A lot of fun!!!!!
     

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