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Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by cdaloia, Jun 26, 2008.

  1. cdaloia

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    Chuck that Brown Fox tone is a keeper!!! Loved the playing too!:BEER
     
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    Luved it Goomba ...Outrageously cool ...!!

    (Selfishly ... I sure hope all the listening I've been doing to you lately rubs off just a little ..:)
     
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    Sounded in to me.... LOL

    Nice stuff Chucky. A wee bit TT no? I caught the RF "Miles" chords too..... (1:32)
     
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    Sounds great!

    Would you guys say the Blue Monkey is a different beast than the ODE?? Or, does it just have a different sounding clean?

    I want one of those Brown Notes. They sound damn tasty.

    -Joe
     
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    What was the recording chain like too...??
     
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    killer! ....and drippin' with tone! :BEER


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    Wow! Smokin' player you is! Love the tone too.
     
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    Thanks Paison, you're a kind man.

    It would..LOL
    They don't call him Ole Dog ears for nuthin'

    Chuck
     
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    Blue Monkey is the Bluesmaster version. ODE is not. I think?....
    There are so many variations you can get, I've lost track. Mine is a stock 22 (older version) Maybe BN guys could chime in? Scott?


    Audix i5 into MOTU Ultralite into mac laptop w/ DP5

    Thanks to all for listening,

    Chuck
     
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    Ah, I see. Thank your for the reply. Have you played both versions? Any chance of comparing them? thanks.

    -Joe
     
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    Joe, how far are you from Cherry Hill? Want to swing by to check out a bunch of amps?? I have a very smoking Brownnote Blue Monkey 88 here.... ;)

    Not to mention a Glaswerks, 2 Bludotones, and three Fuchs.

     
  16. cdaloia

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    Joe,

    I would email Moss at Brown Note for more specifics. mail@brownnote.net
    Take Scott up on his offer and knowledge.
    I'm playing through the BM on some videos on my website also.

    Chuck
     
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    Scott, I might take you up on that offer in the future! A bit too busy this upcoming week which sucks. Oh, I also wouldn't want to pollute your ears with my playing, haha. :)

    Hmmm, Cherry Hill is central jersey correct? Which county? I'm in Bergen County. I'm close to Paramus and about 15 minutes from the GWB.

    -Joe
     
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    Chuck,

    Thanks for the reply. I have been checking out your video clips...Great stuff! I know at this point I want something with a Dumble-esque smoothness, but a great muscular clean sound too. My super reverb serves this purpose right now. :)

    -Joe
     
  19. cdaloia

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    Joe,

    The D'Lite has great cleans . It was the big surprise for me. Didn't expect that when I first got the amp.
    Here's an example:
    http://chuckdaloiamusic.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/dthgoove.mp3
    And you've heard the OD stuff.
    Here's a nice ex of a tween sound:
    http://chuckdaloiamusic.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/areaT.mp3
    Of course Super's are great amps.
    I was a tele-Fender guy for years and years until I discovered the BN stuff.
    Thanks Scott!

    Chuck

    BTW, I have another tune from today but my website isn't letting me upload it.....I'll keep trying.
     
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    Wow - gorgeous!

    [EDIT: I meant the clean tones and the playing, though I'm sure you are quite fetching too, Chuck!]
     

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