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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Novation: Mininova
Korg: MS-20
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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

Drum Machines/Samplers/Sequencers:

Akai: Rhythm Wolf, Tom Cat, MPX8
Alesis: SR-16
Korg: Volca Beats
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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

Drum Machines/Samplers/Sequencers:

Akai: Rhythm Wolf, Tom Cat, MPX8
Alesis: SR-16
Korg: Volca Beats
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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

Drum Machines/Samplers/Sequencers:

Akai: Rhythm Wolf, Tom Cat, MPX8
Alesis: SR-16
Korg: Volca Beats
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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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