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    Super nice 150 !   That second photo captures the flame nicely.   It reminds me of...

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    Did someone say...   \m/  METAL \m/  :diablo_mini:

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      Awesome!!  Enjoy!!

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I adopted a OSB H150

25 Mar 2015

Posted by samwheat in Heritage Guitars



What a beautiful baby taken in her crib with her rattlers... arrived here March 20th ,.... 9.4 lbs


The GEC KT66's go into a my version of an Angus Young


The GE 6550A's go into my take on an Ace Frehley 50W



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Heritage H555 metal tone

Yesterday, 03:17 PM

Posted by Ghostbound in Heritage Guitars

I know a few people were curious as to how this thing sounded with a bit of gain.  I managed to dial in a pretty thick, mean tone while still retaining a bit of the woodsy warmth I want in a distorted tone.  In essence, my "metal" tone is substantially less over-driven and is very reliant on picking dynamics.  I favor mids and tend to keep everything pretty even.  The playing on this sample pretty much sucks, but I am a fan of the tone I was able to get out of the amp and guitar.  I was mainly just improvising in an effort to "explore" the tone.  I am playing through the lead channel of my Hughes and Kettner Switchblade 50.  The bridge pickup is a Seymour Duncan Custom Custom. No post-processing, mic'd with an SM57.


Listen on Soundcloud.com



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Pedal power question

22 Mar 2015

Posted by mark555 in Amplification and Effects

I am relatively new to using pedals and use three plus a floor tuner.


I was trying to use a Marshall reverb pedal yesterday at rehearsal and even though the power light was showing, I could not get any use from it. The pedal has not been dropped or mishandled since I used it the week before. The only difference was that I powered it from the mains rather than a battery. I know this might sound a stupid question, but could the fact that there was a used up battery still in the pedal cause it not to work? 


Any suggestions?

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