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    Default Gig clips from the weekend

    My first outing with my new Blackstar HT-40 amp.

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    Sounds great, Lev, thanks for posting!
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    Sounds great! Your drummer has some great focus to be able to pull off drumming and singing at the same time.
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    Sounds great Lev. That amp has a very bold midrange and comes through with a lot of presence. Is that an el84 based amph? It sounds very similar to my Bugera which is an el 84 amph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spudman View Post
    Sounds great Lev. That amp has a very bold midrange and comes through with a lot of presence. Is that an el84 based amph? It sounds very similar to my Bugera which is an el 84 amph.
    El34's Spud. It's got a pretty beefy cabinet for a combo amp which I really think helps with the presence that you mention. Loving the amp so far, sounds amazingly good at low volumes too.

    Thanks everyone for your kind comments.
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    Nice Lev! Loving it!

    PS, the vids make me want to come over and hang at that pub with a good pint or two and watch you play!
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    Great sound, Lev!
    Shows what a Strat can do, nice full, fat sound.
    Thanks for sharing!
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    +1 Sounding great there

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    Great recording quality, but more important all three of you are playing very hot and well. You guys seem to have good communication and a great vibe. If you were in my neighbourhood pub, I'd be here for night.
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