ThirdDegree

ThirdDegree

6505 Lead Channel, clean boosted with a Duncan Forza, MXR 10 band in the effects loop. Lefty Fender neck bolted onto an unknown blonde body. ‘52 black guard, Dimarzio Area T bridge pickup (Duncan Lil 59 neck not used in this clip). The gain (just under 4 or 11 o’clock) is basically the same spot I use for humbuckers as well. I adjust it slightly with any guitar; but just wanted to showcase a single coil used in a tech-death setting.

2006 USA 6505 with =C= 6L6’s. Seymour Duncan Forza for a clean boost, MXR 10 band in the loop. Custom Padalka Neptune guitar with custom Elysian Trident II pickups. High Gain Input, Green Channel, Crunch and Bright Switches engaged. Mesa 2x12 with V30’s.

This is a sound test for the Kemper Profiling Amp: the Profile is a Peavey Invective boosted by a Fortin 33 pedal. I’m running it into an Alto Black 10” Active Monitor.

Real quick cover of the Ray Charles tune, Georgia. I used my 2001 Taylor 914CE to test out a new hand carved wooden pick from Forever Pick. I am using the Purpleheart Jazz iii shaped pick in this clip.

Using my little ditto looper for a rhythm track and playing a jazzy line on top. Guitar is a 1997 PRS CE24 with Vintage Bass neck and HFS bridge (not used here). Cab is my Mesa 2x12 with V30’s

Guitar straight into amp: Orange Rhythm Channel; extra gain stage, boost, and shift engaged; EQ on; Mesa 2x12 with Vintage 30’s
Song section: Gorod - Birds of Sulfur

First riff is without a boost, second is clean boosted by a Seymour Duncan Forza, third is clean boosted plus an MXR 10 band EQ in the loop

I had to use a clean boost (Seymour Duncan Forza) to cut bass, even with the bass control set to 0. From here I am able to bring the Resonance up to 2:00 and add a few dB at 125hz with an MXR 10 band in the series loop (this amp also has a parallel loop, with a blend knob for each channel on the front). The mic placement for this sucks a little and makes it sound fizzier than the actual room, but it gives an idea of how tight these amps can get with a clean boost and EQ.

Quick cover of an old blues tune played with my ‘07 Fender American Standard Stratocaster. Amplifier is a 1989 Mesa Boogie .50 Caliber + and the cabinet is a Mesa Recto 2x12 with Celestion F4335 Vintage 30’s (UK)

PRS Archon into a 412 cab with Neo Tonker and Texas Eminence speakers. Duncan Alt 8 bridge pickup. MXR 10 band EQ in the effects loop.

1995 Mesa Tremoverb running through 4x12 cab loaded with X pairs of Eminence Lil Texas’ and Tonkerlite’s. This is guitar ( Elysian Trident II bridge PU) straight into the front of the amp. No gates, boosts, eq’s Etc. recorded with an iPhone.

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