Made a clip with my vintage "Plexi" and my R9

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Well it's technically a metal panel one, but it's a '69 JMP. The amp is cranked like a mofo, no pedals. Every knob on 5. Guitar is a 2008 R9. The cab is a mid-70s one with the rare 6402 cone '90s Greenbacks (I liked these speakers better than the old blackbacks and creambacks too).

The weak link is the crappy 25$ mic. I wonder how the quality of the recording would improve if I'd buy an SM-57.

 

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Well it's technically a metal panel one, but it's a '69 JMP. The amp is cranked like a mofo, no pedals. Every knob on 5. Guitar is a 2008 R9. The cab is a mid-70s one with the rare 6402 cone '90s Greenbacks (I liked these speakers better than the old blackbacks and creambacks too).

The weak link is the crappy 25$ mic. I wonder how the quality of the recording would improve if I'd buy an SM-57.


Brown Sugar lick is cool !
 

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Well it's technically a metal panel one, but it's a '69 JMP. The amp is cranked like a mofo, no pedals. Every knob on 5. Guitar is a 2008 R9. The cab is a mid-70s one with the rare 6402 cone '90s Greenbacks (I liked these speakers better than the old blackbacks and creambacks too).

The weak link is the crappy 25$ mic. I wonder how the quality of the recording would improve if I'd buy an SM-57.


Well done brother
 

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Well it's technically a metal panel one, but it's a '69 JMP. The amp is cranked like a mofo, no pedals. Every knob on 5. Guitar is a 2008 R9. The cab is a mid-70s one with the rare 6402 cone '90s Greenbacks (I liked these speakers better than the old blackbacks and creambacks too).

The weak link is the crappy 25$ mic. I wonder how the quality of the recording would improve if I'd buy an SM-57.


Great job bro, now THAT’S music man!

Refreshing, to say the least, especially from the usual, monotonous, chugging and djenting,.. if that’s even a word, Lol!

Just my :2c:

Your Les Paul is gorgeous too bro! I love LPs.
 

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Sounds great, but you must have had the bridge vol rolled back the whole time. The volume was apparent w that great feedback dynamic, but once the volume hits 3 on mine (w guitar vol wide open) and it‘s saturated gainy “dimed-sounding” distortion all the way.
 

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Well it's technically a metal panel one, but it's a '69 JMP. The amp is cranked like a mofo, no pedals. Every knob on 5. Guitar is a 2008 R9. The cab is a mid-70s one with the rare 6402 cone '90s Greenbacks (I liked these speakers better than the old blackbacks and creambacks too).

The weak link is the crappy 25$ mic. I wonder how the quality of the recording would improve if I'd buy an SM-57.


Nice combo you got there, and nice riffing. I could tell from the feedback you had some volume going on :hbang:.
 
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