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Beast Hot Lead
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Beast Clean Chords
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5F1 champ circuit as Leo designed it minus the feedback loop, but no other mods. Played vull volume through a single Crate (Eminence) replacement 12" open back cab. SM57. Washburn P2, bridge humbucker, heavy strings. (Nice sound, poor guitar playing.)
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LTD EC-1000 with active EMGs, bridge pickup. 5F1 circuit, no feedback loop.
Volume at 8:30, 9:30 and 12:00 (halfway up)
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This is my modded VJ Combo Not too much done really stock speaker stock OT. R1 1M ohm, Master volume 500k added in place of r5, R8 1.2k ohm, R9 680ohm C3&C4 2.2uF and an attenuator to keep it a sensible room listening levels. Guitar Tokai Strat. First on the clip is the bridge pick guitar at full volume for a dirty sound. Next on the clip is the middle pickup, volume on the guitar dialed right back for clean sound lastly is the neck pup volume about half way on the guitar so the am breaks up on the double stops. At all times the amp has both volume controls between 2and 3 o'clock.
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Here is a clip of my Fenderish turret board valve junior. The guitar is a strat using just the neck position pickup. Avatar 2x12 cabinet with Eminence speakers. No effects. Recording path: Mike-Mixer-Laptop.
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This is the same Fenderish modded valve junior with my tremolo circuit turned on.
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Here is a clip with my G&L guitar and a Boss CS-3 pedal.
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