Sounds Like A Marshall?? What Do You Think?

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  1. sectado

    sectado Member

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    A Friend Andres de Andrea came by to my homestudio with his amp made in Argentina it was a Shenier Antares 20w
    He grab his Gibson les Paul Stardard 2005 with Burstbuckers and I started taking sound
    This was the result!
    What do you think?

     
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    Neil Skene Well-Known Member

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    Really like it, Nice recording helps too.
     
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    yeh, good recording and editing... a shame the mic setup wasn't being shown. So is this a 20W driving the PA into overdrive? Direct out, IR, or cab-n-mic?
     
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    Sounds great, and nice chops as well, and a good recording,:band: :agreed::jam:as mentioned above!!
     
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  5. sectado

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    Thanks!! @Neil Skene I recorded it in my homestudio !!

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    Thanks!! @tschrama
    the cab was in my isocab, i used a marshall 1936 from the 90 with Celestion Creambacks!
    Mics: akg 414 - shure sm57 - seenheiser e609
    Preamps: Heritage Audio 73 jr
    Audio Interface: Apogee Quartet

    Thanks!! @Herbert Mitchell Pearrow
    We did it fast! We did only a small test of the amplifier and I filmed it too!!
     
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    It came out sweet as can be
     
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    Gotta love that 414..
     
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    I have converted my old film scanning room into a studio, its not very good as it's too small but I still like recording. really want a ribbon mic and maybe an AEA TRP2 preamp. I like your setup.
     
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    Sounds great to me and I do love the look of that recording space, pretty sweet!
     
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    Absolutely fantastic. What circuit was it based off of, what are you using for output tubes for 20W? I need to build an amp this winter and can't decide which Marshall I would like. If it ends up half as good as this one I would be thrilled.
     
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  11. sectado

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    thanks!! @Herbert Mitchell Pearrow :cheers:

    me too!! @tschrama but if i can to dream i need a royer 121 but i think with a beyer m160 i will be good too!

    Thanks!! Im in love with my heritage audio preamps! @Neil Skene I never tried that preamp. how it sounds? similar to?

    Thanks!! @Derek S its my homestudio "Entretelones"
    I leave you a small production that I make in my homestudio. I hope you like it!



    Thanks!! @printer
    Is Shenier's own design made between the mix of the 2204 jmp and vintage plexi. The amp has EL84 for output tubes.
    Search him on instagram or facebook i think he can help you!!

    https://www.facebook.com/Shenier-Handmade-Tone-112982698768192/

    https://www.instagram.com/shenierht/
     
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    The video in post #1 is proof again that a good tone comes down to the player and not strictly the guitar or amp. A knowledgeable player can somehow “find” the means to extract every tone that particular amp has to offer. It's a pleasure for me to see videos where this is happening.


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  13. sectado

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    Thanks!! @Classicplayer i'm thinks the same to!! His name is Andres de Andrea From Argentina!!!
     
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