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 Post subject: 18 watt plexi
PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 1:17 am 
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We did a little recording during rehearsal.... 18 watt plexi 1x12 combo..Scumback h-55..nos glass. Nothing but the vocals are running through the PA..Just using the mic on the camcorder...I use a TIM for the last solo....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtB-YMno-RQ


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 05, 2010 9:18 pm 
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A plexi does Country. You got some real nice tones there. Some nice feedback too! I bet it can rip pretty nice too!!

Nice 1 minute solo at 3:40. I see you used a pedal for it. What did you use, just a booster? It seemed to have a bit more of an edge too. Nice job.

Looking forward to more!!

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Thanks Stephen...The trend in country seems to be low powered amps like the plexi. Brad Paisley using Dr.Z's and Trainwreck..Keith Urban with Matchless...You also see Tophat's..Reinheardt...etc...on stage. I just love the cleans I can get out of this amp.

The pedal was a Paul Cochrane "TIM". It's a clean boost but can get pretty hairy as well. I waited over 9 months to get mine. It's pretty much the last pedal on my board other than my tuner...

We plan on recording Sat nite at the gig...I hope to another up by Mon.


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Here's to the Wisconsin Plowboys! Looking forward to another recording.

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Thanks again Stephen..Good news..bad news..Bad news was the place was such a zoo we ended up not recording. Maybe at the of the month...good news I had a chance to use my Les Paul on a couple numbers....Pure Billy Gibons...Slide tones to die for.......Inspirational to say the least.


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