VHT Ultra-Lead video...

Discussion in 'Gear Demo Videos & Sound Clips Archive' started by SgtThump, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. Guitar Josh

    Guitar Josh Resident Curmudgeon

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    Reminds me why I love this amp so much.
     
  2. Mark Kane

    Mark Kane Gold Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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    You do a great job demoing amps. Going through the channels and doing chords, single note stuff. I don't know if it's just the recording but the Egnater Tourmaster seemed to pretty much hang with the big dogs everywhere but the cleans.
     
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    Really nice job! The tones are great but I particularly love the tone at 2:12 when you turn your guitar down a bit. Very cool!

    -Chris
     
  4. SgtThump

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    Thanks man... The Tourmaster DID hold it's own IMO. I thought the Tourmaster sounded like a million bucks and so did anyone else that heard it. It's a nice amp. I see people dawg that amp alot, but it's killer.

    There are two versions of the Tourmaster out there. I remember trying the early one a year or so ago and it had a flubby low end and kinda weird highs (if I remember right.) But this new version has a much better tone with tighter lows.

    I think it's great. I took it back to GC, but only because I wanted to quickly raise money for the Landry. If it wasn't for that, I would've had that Tourmaster around for a while.

    Chris
     
  5. SgtThump

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    Thanks! I believe that's where I switch to the weaker McCarty neck pickup. It has less output, which cleans up the tone a bit. Sounds good for bluesy stuff like that, though!

    Chris
     
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    I have an early UL (94") , KT 88's w/o EQ , love it & wouldn't ever consider selling or trading ...it's that great!! :):)
     
  7. SgtThump

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    I wonder if anything has changed in the circuit from the early versions to the new versions? Any idea?
     
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