This is how a JMP should sound!

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  1. Ed DeGenaro

    Ed DeGenaro Supporting Member

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    fusionbear exquirentibus veritatem Gold Supporting Member

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    Very nice! What did you use for the octave?
     
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    JMP?
    I think it sounds more like a Marshall.
    :D
     
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    What a rude , obnoxious sound, sounds like a killer jmp to me, Bigtone
     
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    Wow. sounded way huge.

    I have a question about Marshall JMPs. Why is it that whenever you hear clips, people tend to showcase the amp's distorted sounds. Why do you rarely hear clips of these amps played clean? Is it not their forte?
     
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    I think old Marshalls have a killer clean, but FWIW...chances are the type of player buying a Marshall over a Fender is gonna rock the snot out of it. :)
     
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    Strat into the midi switcher, no pedals used this time into the Axe FX.
    Then into my Stratified patch with the Brown model, cab sim, octave box, delay verb in the Axe, except I added a loop in parallel running the audio out to my old THD Plexi loaded down.
    Back into the axe from the line-out box and also at the same time into the power amp and the iso. Inside the the Plexi mod went into a cab sim into a compressor into chorus verb delay.
    On top of everything I I assigned the expression pedal to the drive block so I could bring the gain levels up and down.
     
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    So, I'm a bit confused, is this an amp you are demoing, or the Axe FX ? I'm guessing an amp, because of all the noise. Please give us at least a clue.
     
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    Starts pretty noisy Ed, @ 2.20 the noise disappears.
     
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    it's a combination of the axe and a real amp with an iso cabinet if i'm reading it right.

    dave
     
  11. Scott Peterson

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    Note the flow of posts....

    "Nice."
    "Killer sound!"
    "Huge sound"

    pssst- I used an Axe-FX.


    "So is it amp or Axe-FX?"

    "sounds noisy"


    Countdown to impending comment.... "Sounds digital".



    On topic, sounds really raunchy and cool to me. No matter what you used or didn't.
     
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    You are reading it right.
     
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    Single coils, ground loop, gain box and gate turned off would do that. :)
     
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    Sounds nice and complex - lot going on there - impressed!
    Can you set it up for JTM45 type sounds, Ed?

    Best, Pete.
     
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    Honestly, I don't know. I've played a block logo JTM last time like a decade ago. so I really have no point of reference to compare.
     
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    Speakers and cab used for recording the clip?
     
  20. Ed DeGenaro

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    the ...oldcircuit.mp3 is the amp run into the Axe FX, as well as an amp sim in it, plus cab sims and efx in the AXE direct in the mixer. And adds the amps line-out into a pwoer amp/miked speaker. Which is a Demeter iso with a V30 miked with a 906 and 57.
    the...oldcircdi.mp3 is just the DI part.
     

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