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Guitar Guitar Demo

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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby jeffsmusic4919 » 23 Feb 2016, 13:23

Every time I hear this amp in a close mic situation it sounds boxy, boomy, and in need of porting or partially opened in the back. Is it just me? :crazy

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Postby surfnorthwest » 23 Feb 2016, 13:55

You can open the back or port it with no problem. Its just subjective. Always best to wait until you hear it in person.
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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby P A U L » 23 Feb 2016, 14:57

I've yet to find a combo amp that I like period. I don't know why nobody has thought to record it direct through the interface. To me, that would be the no-brainer, as I am willing to bet, that most people wanting to record w/ this thing are going to be using it that way, not by mic'ing up to a poorly built cabinet...

I hear a lot of recordings on the web, of great amps playing through great cabinets, but sound like crap, because of either a lack of recording technique &/or equipment, or they're just too lazy/cheap to care how to do it properly...

Look at all the poor recordings of Astoria out there & where are the good ones? (now that people have them)

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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby Alpeggio » 25 Feb 2016, 11:43

I haven't made my mind up about this amp yet. Can't wait to try one, only then will I know.
I think Steve Smith is doing a great job in these demo's.
I wonder if he has replaced Chris George?
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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby P A U L » 25 Feb 2016, 22:36

I was definitely impressed by it. There's definitely some good sounds to be had...

I think you'd like that little Laney pre-amp thingy too. Neat little thing. It's basically a 1 amp thingy, but it's definitely a great tool. The guy was getting some great sounds out of it...

http://www.andertons.co.uk/compact-peda ... preamp.asp

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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby Alpeggio » 26 Feb 2016, 03:46

That Laney Pulse sounds best straight into a PA I think.
I had a Palmer mini amp that was similar but SS and not as good, but still sounded good through a PA.
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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby bigboki » 26 Feb 2016, 04:36

P A U L wrote:I think you'd like that little Laney pre-amp thingy too. Neat little thing. It's basically a 1 amp thingy, but it's definitely a great tool.

can you really just plug it in straight into the cab without amplifying? If its power is up to 1w (even 1/2 watt would be great)?
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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby P A U L » 26 Feb 2016, 08:38

bigboki wrote:
P A U L wrote:I think you'd like that little Laney pre-amp thingy too. Neat little thing. It's basically a 1 amp thingy, but it's definitely a great tool.

can you really just plug it in straight into the cab without amplifying? If its power is up to 1w (even 1/2 watt would be great)?
thank you in advance
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I believe it's meant to go direct into the computer, for recording. Like CODE it has a built-in interface. I'm not 100% sure how it works, if you have to use proprietary software (daw), but it seems pretty practical for recording. I like the re-amp feature, where it records dry, so, when you playback the mix, you can change the settings on the Laney to get the desired sound on mixdown. That way, you are not stuck w/ what you recorded...

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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby bigboki » 26 Feb 2016, 09:33

P A U L wrote:
bigboki wrote:
P A U L wrote:I think you'd like that little Laney pre-amp thingy too. Neat little thing. It's basically a 1 amp thingy, but it's definitely a great tool.

can you really just plug it in straight into the cab without amplifying? If its power is up to 1w (even 1/2 watt would be great)?
thank you in advance
yours Bojan

I believe it's meant to go direct into the computer, for recording. Like CODE it has a built-in interface. I'm not 100% sure how it works, if you have to use proprietary software (daw), but it seems pretty practical for recording. I like the re-amp feature, where it records dry, so, when you playback the mix, you can change the settings on the Laney to get the desired sound on mixdown. That way, you are not stuck w/ what you recorded...

Thank you Paul, for clarification

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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby Blues_N_Cues » 27 Feb 2016, 04:05

I would still like to hear one w/ a Les Paul style guitar & more roll off,volume swell reaction type of stuff.
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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby P A U L » 28 Feb 2016, 22:25

Guitar Bloke @ UK Guitar Show:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aCOm3j0ZIE

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Re: Guitar Guitar Demo

Postby Blues_N_Cues » 29 Feb 2016, 07:32

P A U L wrote:Guitar Bloke @ UK Guitar Show:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aCOm3j0ZIE


that one was impressive.IMO :Thumbs
(but can we hear one w/ a RIGHT HANDED LP?) :laugher
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