Let's see your AMP!



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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby rickenbastard » Wed May 03, 2017 11:48 am

simple and awesome looking, probably sounds real good.
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby rickenbastard » Thu May 04, 2017 12:22 pm

Stack complete. I couldn't be more pleased. Recorded a video for those who want to hear it:
https://youtu.be/iCPlsxIrFiw
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby JereFuzz » Thu May 04, 2017 8:57 pm

rickenbastard wrote:Stack complete. I couldn't be more pleased. Recorded a video for those who want to hear it:
https://youtu.be/iCPlsxIrFiw


Nice sound! You need to add the Morley Cliff Burton Fuzz Wah Special Edition to your sound ...

http://www.morleypedals.com/dpfw-c.html

It's chrome like the old Morleys ...
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby rickenbastard » Thu May 04, 2017 9:40 pm

JereFuzz wrote:Nice sound! You need to add the Morley Cliff Burton Fuzz Wah Special Edition to your sound ...

http://www.morleypedals.com/dpfw-c.html

It's chrome like the old Morleys ...


Dude who recorded our album borrowed an original from a friend and he let me use it...did a Burton style solo in a fade out as a joke and we ended up keeping it haha. Those things sound so sick I'm eventually going to get one for myself.
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby Cisco » Thu May 04, 2017 9:52 pm

rickenbastard wrote:Stack complete. I couldn't be more pleased. Recorded a video for those who want to hear it:
https://youtu.be/iCPlsxIrFiw

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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby JereFuzz » Sun May 07, 2017 3:20 pm

rickenbastard wrote:
JereFuzz wrote:Nice sound! You need to add the Morley Cliff Burton Fuzz Wah Special Edition to your sound ...

http://www.morleypedals.com/dpfw-c.html

It's chrome like the old Morleys ...


Dude who recorded our album borrowed an original from a friend and he let me use it...did a Burton style solo in a fade out as a joke and we ended up keeping it haha. Those things sound so sick I'm eventually going to get one for myself.


Nice ... I don't play bass but I love Morleys for guitar. I don't think the pedal was originally a dedicated bass pedal but Cliff made it sound awesome. You can actually get that sound with a classic morley pedal and a Big Muff running into it. I believe that was his setup. The voicing on the bad horsie 2 and mini maverick are great. I think I have 5-6 Morleys.
Synths:

Arturia: Minibrute
Casio: CTK-6200
Novation: Mininova
Korg: MS-20
Moog: Minitaur
Roland: JD-XI, JU-06
Yamaha: Reface DX

Amps

Orange Crush 120H
Orange Crush 60C
Peavey Bandit red stripe
Peavey Studio Pro red stripe
Peavey Express 112 silver stripe
Peavey Envoy
Quilter Mini 101
Carvin SX300H
Carvin X60B
Carvin V3
Carvin MB210
Fender Deluxe 85 (2x)
EHX 44 Mag
Yamaha G fifty 12
Fender Sidekick 35
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby rickenbastard » Mon May 08, 2017 3:20 pm

JereFuzz wrote:Nice ... I don't play bass but I love Morleys for guitar. I don't think the pedal was originally a dedicated bass pedal but Cliff made it sound awesome. You can actually get that sound with a classic morley pedal and a Big Muff running into it. I believe that was his setup. The voicing on the bad horsie 2 and mini maverick are great. I think I have 5-6 Morleys.


I'm a total Cliff nerd so I was stoked to do a little tribute to him. I love how the classic ones have the cord built in too. It's so old school. Seems you can find decent power fuzzes for under $200 on reverb, that's just a lot of pedalboard real-estate because they're so big.
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby JereFuzz » Mon May 08, 2017 7:51 pm

rickenbastard wrote:
JereFuzz wrote:Nice ... I don't play bass but I love Morleys for guitar. I don't think the pedal was originally a dedicated bass pedal but Cliff made it sound awesome. You can actually get that sound with a classic morley pedal and a Big Muff running into it. I believe that was his setup. The voicing on the bad horsie 2 and mini maverick are great. I think I have 5-6 Morleys.


I'm a total Cliff nerd so I was stoked to do a little tribute to him. I love how the classic ones have the cord built in too. It's so old school. Seems you can find decent power fuzzes for under $200 on reverb, that's just a lot of pedalboard real-estate because they're so big.


Try the new mini Morleys, very well-built (made in USA) and very pedalboard friendly ...
Synths:

Arturia: Minibrute
Casio: CTK-6200
Novation: Mininova
Korg: MS-20
Moog: Minitaur
Roland: JD-XI, JU-06
Yamaha: Reface DX

Amps

Orange Crush 120H
Orange Crush 60C
Peavey Bandit red stripe
Peavey Studio Pro red stripe
Peavey Express 112 silver stripe
Peavey Envoy
Quilter Mini 101
Carvin SX300H
Carvin X60B
Carvin V3
Carvin MB210
Fender Deluxe 85 (2x)
EHX 44 Mag
Yamaha G fifty 12
Fender Sidekick 35
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby skullservant » Mon May 08, 2017 8:32 pm

horseblanket wrote:Skully, tell us about that Micro-T!


It rules. Sounds so good. And the line out is perfect
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby horseblanket » Tue May 09, 2017 4:10 pm

Does it have an internal dummy load for when you use the line out?



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horseblanket wrote:Skully, tell us about that Micro-T!


It rules. Sounds so good. And the line out is perfect
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby blakestree » Tue May 09, 2017 5:18 pm

Just picked up this guy.


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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby skullservant » Thu May 11, 2017 11:46 pm

horseblanket wrote:Does it have an internal dummy load for when you use the line out?



skullservant wrote:
horseblanket wrote:Skully, tell us about that Micro-T!


It rules. Sounds so good. And the line out is perfect


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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby Cisco » Sat May 13, 2017 11:28 am

blakestree wrote:Just picked up this guy.


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Nice. A local dude had a head for $120. Super clean. I procrastinated one hour too long. :no:
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby JereFuzz » Sun May 14, 2017 1:00 pm

blakestree wrote:Just picked up this guy.


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Nice looking ...
Synths:

Arturia: Minibrute
Casio: CTK-6200
Novation: Mininova
Korg: MS-20
Moog: Minitaur
Roland: JD-XI, JU-06
Yamaha: Reface DX

Amps

Orange Crush 120H
Orange Crush 60C
Peavey Bandit red stripe
Peavey Studio Pro red stripe
Peavey Express 112 silver stripe
Peavey Envoy
Quilter Mini 101
Carvin SX300H
Carvin X60B
Carvin V3
Carvin MB210
Fender Deluxe 85 (2x)
EHX 44 Mag
Yamaha G fifty 12
Fender Sidekick 35
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Re: Let's see your AMP!

Postby blakestree » Sun May 14, 2017 1:19 pm

Thanks, guys!
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