It's interesting because those 2 live recordings with Dickey & Warren are some of my favorite Allman's stuff ever and Warren wasnt at all using what one would consider a traditional Allman rig.Thanks Prof! Have to agree with you on both Dickey and Warren's tone back then...very different, and just killer. Warren's, with the Soldano, had more overdrive to it, but very smooth. Dickey's had a bell like quality to the highs. His 335 was a big factor as well...Just so good....
I know when Duane was alive he played through 50W Marshalls and Dickey 100W, so Duane's sounded more overdriven. You can hear that in the Blue Sky solos.
Yeah, those 90s videos are fantastic. I still remember seeing that Austin City Limits episode on PBS back then, and was totally floored watching it. I went out and bought Second Set right after seeing that!
Using a lace sensor loaded strat into a SLO-100 into EVM-12L's and sounded incredible.