Marshall Bluesbreaker JTM45 With Palmer Direct Injection

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  1. melpi65

    melpi65 New Member

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    Hola!

    I would like to share a test with a BB almost at maximum volume...but with the Palmer ADIG-LB

    Direct to a Steinberg UR22

    I've used an overdrive also (overrated special Way Huge)

    Amazing way to crank the tubes and the amp with headphones :)

    I hope you like it!

     
  2. BanditPanda

    BanditPanda Well-Known Member

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    I liked it.
    Would have liked to hear the BB at that volume without the OD pedal.
    BP
     
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    Nik Henville Well-Known Member

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    Bloody hell...

    Tidy playing - note choices, style, everything...

    Will subscribe later :applause:

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    pedecamp Well-Known Member

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    Good tone with bridge position single coil that I typically dont like! :yesway:
     
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    BanditPanda Well-Known Member

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    Me too.! I've got a Strat set en route with a hot bridge at 13.7 k scatter wound which I'm hoping will give a whole lot better tone out of the standard Strat bridge position.
    BP
     
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    pedecamp Well-Known Member

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    I've not had luck with that, many single coils have passed through my Strat bridge without success. :(
     
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    BanditPanda Well-Known Member

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    Pede, you're saying with a hot bridge pup it did nothing to improve the sound of that position ? Bummer.
    I was looking at a P90 single coil fit but opted for the hot one! :(
    BP
     
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    pedecamp Well-Known Member

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    I've put a dozen pickups in my Strat bridge and it never sounded good, I had some really nice pickups through that guitar so I write if off the guitar is a dud, maybe you'll get better results than I did.
     
  9. scozz

    scozz Well-Known Member

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    Well done @melpi65, I also agree with Bandit, would like to hear without the OD pedal.

    Oh and Welcome to The Marshall Forum, agreat group of guys/gals with a massive amount of information to share on all things Marshall!
     
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    BanditPanda Well-Known Member

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    You ever try a humbucker in there?
    BP
     
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    scozz Well-Known Member

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    @BanditPanda and @pedecamp, you guys should check out the Fender Jeff Beck Hot Noiseless pickups. I bought a mim 2015 Strat that came with a loaded pickguard with these pickups, and they sound phenomenal! The original owner of the guitar installed the loaded pickguard and some other nice upgrades. These pickups are not really single coil, they are stacked single coils which technically are humbucking because they have double coils.

    They look like single coils and they sound like single coils, only HOTTER, and quiet. I was like you guys, had no use for the trebly, thin, ice picky tone of a Strat bridge pickup until I got this guitar. Make no mistake, these pickups sound just like single coils, but on steroids! Hot like a vintage output humbucker, and just as quiet, no hum what-so-ever. Here's some pics...

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    pedecamp Well-Known Member

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    A bunch. Still no good. The guitar is a dud.
     
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    pedecamp Well-Known Member

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    I have one, it didnt sound good in my Strat.
     
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    Thanks scozz. Will have to check those out if the set en route doesn't please.
    BP
     
  15. Kinkless Tetrode

    Kinkless Tetrode Well-Known Member

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    I finally got a SSS strat that is awesome. It's a partsocaster but the combination just works.
    An old alder body with an old white nitro finish,
    a warmoth modern/vintage neck w/ rosewood finger board,
    a vintage six point trem with a steel block,
    sperzels,
    and set of boutique single coils from another past project. The bridge pickup is only 7k, but in that guitar I don't find myself wanting anything hotter or a humbucker. And I like HSS strats more than les pauls. Stays perfectly in tune for weeks at a time too.

    So I agree that it is probably the guitar more than the pickups. Probably just play a bunch of them to find one that works for you.
     
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    Kinkless Tetrode Well-Known Member

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    Nice JTM45 tone too.
     
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    pedecamp Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Pede. Johnny Ramone eh.
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