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Discussion in 'Marshall Amps' started by scozz, Jan 26, 2019.
The gold sounds good
It'll get better with age, I've read that there are 2 camps on the Alnico Gold; either it sounds good out of the box or it needs time to break in. I highly recommend the speaker for pretty much anything except modern drop tuned metal.
Thanks! I'll never forget when I was trying to learn unison bends because I always thought they sound really cool and what ended up happening was I would play the bend backwards lol Now all is good. Thing is I need to find a piece that hasn't employed them because it's easy to overdo things
Yes I am guilty of pinch harmonics ha ha
When I want to use pinch harmonics, I can never seem to pull it off. It almost always happens by accident when I'm not trying
That was how I learned to do them by accident, now I struggle with the unison bends !!
Sometimes I get them just right but not always.
Here's a tone sample mix of 3 originals mostly not finished, with some random shit thrown in for visuals.
2 OD's, some EQ, and a very slight bit of noise gate.
Post edit has got some chorus on 1 clip
That was really good, entertaining video also.
That’s some great music bro, and a bunch of some very cool bikes.
Thanks for posting this, I enjoyed it.
Haha.... I enjoyed riding those bikes.
Don't have one anymore, but after some hair raising escapades, I'm alive to tell the tale.
Fun clip! Great tunes bud.
My buddy John is about to purchase a studio classic, when he gets it , I am going to lay into it, and his studio vintage.
And the proof will be a clip or 2 here on the forum he he.
Well done Gaz, great job!
(ummm, it’s dangerous to drive on the wrong side of the road my friend! )
You should see the roads East of me.
It's called the "Forgotten World Highway".
Very narrow and twisty.
Some corners marked at 10mph they are so sharp. Great fun on a bike, but lots of bikers crash because they out ride their skill levels.
Haha, I bet there are some winding roads there buddy! I used to live in the country up in the Western Hills of Connecticut in a town of 1100 people. Winding roads, huge elevation changes, dirt roads, yada yada yada!
But I when I said you’re on the wrong side of the road I was referring to you folks over there driving on the “left” side of the road like in England,.....
.......we, on the other hand, here in the states, drive on the right side of the road. And since we do drive on the right side it must be the correct side!
The internal 10" V-type speaker in the combo is a 16Ω correct?
Apparently,..... in the days of jousting,
A knight would ride on the left side, enabling him to carry his lance in his right hand. (His attacking hand)
This supposedly determined which side of the road the English used. And therefore, the other commonwealth countries.
The driver's in this country are so fucking terrible, that I treat everyone like an absolute retard.
They quite often drive on both sides of the road. Especially in the rural areas.
That G10 Gold is a fine speaker. I have that one as well as a Greenback and Vintage 10.
I want to experiment with those with my C110 cabinet and SV20H to sort of get a feel of the combo. I think it gets an unfair opinion. I'm particularly eyeing the Gold.