this mint old amp sounded bad... we dig into it and solve all of the problems of an amp that has sat for 50 years
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We uploaded a video a couple of weeks back that wouldn't process past 360p. Apologies. We went back and forth, tried to reupload, etc etc etc. And we finally found something that works, so here it is. It's the same as the other video, just in better resolution. (But still no 4k - go figure, as the process is EXACTLY the same for all our other vids). In this episode we are delighted to welcome the super talented, humorous and humble Chris Buck to the show. Chris is a wonderful guitar player from South Wales, UK, whose #1 music project is his band, Buck & Evans. http://www.buckandevans.com/ Chris takes us through his pedalboard that’s most notable for the sheer number of similar-ish overdrives on there! We get an insight into his playing style and technique not to mention a cheeky little Strat/Strat/Strat/Silver Sky comparison. Massive thanks to Chris for taking the time to come and hang at Schwangri-La. Please check him out on all the usual social meedja! Pedals in this episode… • Boss TU-3 Chromatic Tuner UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2KGbkNf USA: http://bit.ly/2M4EJGl Australia: http://bit.ly/2B06quU • Ramble FX Twin Bender Unprofessional MkII/I.V https://www.ramblefx.com/twin-bender • Ceriatone Centura Professional Overdrive http://www.ceriatone.com/centura-professional-overdrive/ • Marshall Blues Breaker No longer made • Origin Effects Cali76 Compact Deluxe UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2cbsLUm USA: http://bit.ly/2cyd9NR Australia: http://bit.ly/2rPSRWo • Analog Man King Of Tone www.analogman.com • Klon KTR UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2Malz19 • Paul Cochrane Tim You have to contact him via Facebook or Myspace, apparently. Or try Reverb, used. • Lovepedal Amp 11 UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2KIeK1H • Keeley Katana Boost UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2MbvvZ6 USA: http://bit.ly/2MzX4r3 Australia: http://bit.ly/2vB1aZk • Boss PH-1R Phaser No longer made • Mooer Trelicopter UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2i8yiDi USA: http://bit.ly/2jxYDL8 • Way Huge Aqua Puss UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2IL5b2g USA: http://bit.ly/2GdPC4S • Electro-Harmonix Super Ego Synth Engine UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2nshMhG USA: http://bit.ly/2OXMNq4 • Lovepedal/Hermida Rotary Reverb No longer made • Catalinbread Echorec UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2mORqUL USA: http://bit.ly/2mP1eOt Australia: http://bit.ly/2BWjXTM • Empress Tape Delay UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2lY42Za Australia:http://bit.ly/2OYPgAH • Xotic EP Booster UK & Europe: http://bit.ly/2ed1cvg USA: http://bit.ly/2doDQW0 Australia: http://bit.ly/2OYhH1K • TheGigRig QMX10 https://www.thegigrig.com/quartermaster Why do we have preferred retailer links? Find out here: http://www.thatpedalshow.com/partners Interesting bits and go-to sections… - Intro playing & playing: 0:00 - You’ve got //that// thing: 2:58 - Late to pedals and forming your own voice: 5:45 - Alan Niven? 8:08 - That’s a nice looking board: 11:30 - Marshall Blues Breaker: 13:08 - Origin Effects Cali 76 Compact Deluxe: 13:55 - Chris’s amps: 14:25 - Klon KTR and Ceriatone Centura: 15:50 - King Of Tone and KTR comparison: 17:23 - Why so many OD pedals? 17:45 - Mick’s thoughts on the above: 18:40 - Paul Cochrane Tim: 20:22 - Tim and KOT and KTR: 20:53 - Lovepedal Amp II 21:28 - Pick and fingers technique: 22:00 (25:10) - Chris’s signature pickups 30:30 - Wax potting: 31:55 - Strats! And the PRS Silver Sky: 36:19 - The story of Chris’s Strat: 37:30 - Where did the second tone pot go? 39:58 - Three delay pedals? 40:52 - Catalinbread Echorec: 41:50 - Empress Echosystem: 42:20 - Way Huge Aqua Puss: 43:45 - Pedal order: 44:35 - Bluesbreaker, Cali 76, KOT and Aqua Puss: 46:30 - EHX Super Ego: 48:20 - Ramble FX Twin Bender: 51:34 (53:09) - Centura and EP Booster on all the time: 52:40 - Hermida Audio Rotary Reverb: 54:50 - Boss PH-1 Phaser and the baguette: 56:50 (59:07) - What about a Les Paul? 1:01:00 - Yamaha RevStar 502: 1:05:30 Guitars in this episode: • Fender Highway 1 Stratocaster with Radio Shop ID: Chris Buck Signature Pickups http://www.radioshoppickups.com/stratocaster-pickups/ • Yamaha Rev Star RS502 https://uk.yamaha.com/en/products/musical_instruments/guitars_basses/el_guitars/rs/lineup.html#product-tabs • Fender American Vintage ’62 Stratocaster - watch Mick’s video at http://bit.ly/2cQv3yT • Fender John Mayer Signature Stratocaster (2008) PRS Silver Sky https://www.prsguitars.com/electrics/bolton/silver_sky Amps in this episode • Blackstar Artist 30 https://www.blackstaramps.com/uk/products/artist-30 • Fuchs Clean Machine and 1x12 Zilla Cab with EVM12L speaker http://fuchsaudiotechnology.com/current-products/ You may even want to buy a T-shirt to support our efforts https://www.thatpedalshowstore.com Please visit our preferred retailers! UK & Europe: Andertons Music http://bit.ly/2cRvIvt USA: Riff City Guitar & Music Company http://bit.ly/2cyOYjD Australia: Pedal Empire http://bit.ly/2mWmJQf
Views: 19872 That Pedal Show
The new power output tube sockets and resistors. All brand new JJ 6L6 tubes, grid and bias resistors are all matched. All electrolytic caps are changed to new Ruby Gold series capacitors. Then they are "formed" slowly (initial input voltage is slowly brought up over time to allow the capacitors to settle the laminations because they expand and contract internally,...this is traditionally done to promote a longer life span,...more of a precaution,..I don't really know that the Ruby's need this excersize at all, but this is the way we always will do it. It can't hurt! The music is by "Six Foot Model" the song is "One Thing" from their second CD "Audio DNA" (very soon to be released). The band IS Dennis Weber on vocals and guitars, Guy Bazilewich on bass guitar, and Jimmy Wasson on drums. The work on this amplifier is being done by Weber Custom Amplifiers, Modifications and Repairs / Steve Weber 888-514-3811 / 262-885-1581.
Views: 611 Steve Weber
Here's another Plexi Build. This is modeled after a 1967 Marshall Pexi "The First JMP" with a 1202-80 Power Transformer and a 1202-119 Output Transformer with a 1700 impedance. All Mustard Capacitors and Mullard EL34 Xf4 and Mullard 12AX7. Basically identical to the Black Flags, these amps are easily recognizable by having a “JMP” faceplate and sometimes also a polarity switch on the front (especially on US models). Like the last Black Flags, these models used 470K mixer resistors. Both 1202-119 and 1202-132 output transformers are used. Serial numbers are still in the 10.000 range.
Views: 2502 conjering
Quick video showing why adding bulk capacitance is so important when using cheap power supplies. Rarely do can I change one thing and see so much difference. In the video, a 10 mF capacitor is added to reduce the instantaneous draw from the 48V power supply. It changes from not being able to reset the 7 bank drop targets reliably to rock steady reliable.
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We have 3 of these great little amps - ideal for busking, home use, or making that Led Zep sound so it seems! (dating back to 1965). 10watt valve, four inputs split over two control sets. Well the complaint always was that old Hagstrom amps were too clean. So bridge the inputs like "anyone who's anyone" does with old Marshall amps. The outcome - a sound like Jimmy Page got with his Tele.... Great Fun. How about a stack of three 310's together all bridged and through each other - ultimate 30watt blues rock? John Mayer eat yer heart out ...Muowa-ha-ha! These amps were based on the Mullard kit amps from the late 1950's. Even down to the 310 and 510 model name - this was written on the Mullard kits too! Well they do say there's nothing new with a true valve amplifier! However, read on to see how they implemented this little bruiser... Very few people know how ahead of time Hagstrom was when they designed the 310. The 310 is actually both a 2-channel mixer,a tremolo-unit and a guitar combo. The two channels are identical microphone inputs with mixing capability. The first tube in the amp is used as a pre-amp/mixer as this tube is a twin tube where the outputs converge into one of the halves of the second tube. Here the sum signal of the two microphone inputs gets the tremolo added. Then the signal goes to the second half of the second tube where it is further amplified before coming to the complicated power amplifier valve that actually is a double penthode/triode. In this tube the triode is used to invert the signal for one half of the push-pull amplifier formed by the two following penthodes. Hence this is an ideal amplifier for the street singer with one vocal microphone and one guitar, violin or what ever. Two guitars can also be used and mixed at wish although there is only one tone control. The background noise in this video is down to our broadband TV using the same mains electric circuit that this amp is plugged into. These amps are SILENT when they should be... or anywhere else! Check out http://www.hagstrom.org.uk/hagstrom_amps.htm Chris Cox is proud to have been endorsed by Elixir Strings since 2005
Views: 5937 DeeCee333
Variable Frequency Drive capacitor reforming. When VFD's are stored for extended periods of time (over 1 year) it is usually a good idea to "reform" the capacitors. This is done by controlling the amount of current, usually by controlling the voltage with a VARIAC. This is some video I made while I reformed some surplus VFD's I purchased. Two were on the shelf for almost 6 years, another almost 4 years. For reasons why this is a good idea see the following manufacturer literature: Yaskawa - http://tinyurl.com/lxom9k8 MICROMASTER 420 Manual - http://www.atopone.com/index_files/P/MICROMASTER%20420%20Operating%20Instructions.pdf WEG Capacitor Reforming Guide - http://ecatalog.weg.net/files/wegnet/WEG-how-to-reform-weg-vfd-capacitors-usareform-brochure-english.pdf
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http://www.excelta.com/excelta-precision-small-hand-tools#!/~/product/id=10171450 Demonstration video of the Excelta 500-92-US Lead Forming Pliers. Lead Forming Pliers with slots on the outside jaw help these pliers fit between the leads of a TO-92 and flare them out .050" forming a "stand-off" in the lead wires. • Length5.50" • MaterialCarbon Steel • Grip TypeESD Safe Molded • Country of OriginUSA
Views: 1242 Excelta Corporation
In the last video for guitar regenerative heterodyne reciever I used the guitar amp as the regenerative detector and since my guitar amp doesn't have multiple line ins I had to use acoustic feedback loop of the guitar strings right next to the speaker cabinet, but in this video I achieved the feedback loop with electronics instead of acoustics for better results. Also the last video had no antenna and the strings were subject to picking up background noise but in this video an antenna is added and the strings are muted with cloth towels since electronics instead of acoustics are used. I made the feedback loop with one of those short 8 inch long cables used to connect guitar effect pedals together connected to an audio mixer. The mixer line in 1 is connected to the guitar. The mixer line in 2 is connected to one part of a Y splitter. The audio line out to the audio amp is connected to the other part of the Y splitter. The input of the Y splitter is connected to the 8 inch long cable. The 8 inch long cable is connected to the line out of the mixer. Forming the feedback loop of the regenerative detector. The antenna is coupled to the pickup contacts. Tuning is accomplished with the pickup selector switch, which can only tune to 2 settings. When both pickup sets are selected (more coils = lower frequency) it has too much mains hum, so I only use selecting one pickup set (less coils = higher frequency). More tuning is accomplished with the channel 1 and channel 2 gain pots on the regenerative detector. Gain on the regenerative detector below oscillating feedback squeel is AM and very close to oscillation is heterodyne CW morse code. Currently mostly only mains hum is heard on AM mode so we are only interested in CW mode. The SNR of CW mode is increased by decreasing the band width to the audio frequencies that CW uses. This is accomplished with the tone controls on the guitar amp. Eliminating bass (not used by CW) attenuates mains hum and attenuates booming radio voices that are unintelligeble due to mains hum and lack of frequency selectability. The frequency selectability over the last video is improved. Now 2 CW stations are heard at the same time and each one can be attenuated by adjusting the gain of the regenerative detector. The CW station heard in the last video is still the loudest station received in this video, so that means that it is the closest. Adding a vari cap made out of toliet paper rolls, aluminum foil, and some wire could improve the frequency selectablity if the vari cap was coupled in series with the pickups and antenna. There is no vari cap here, but I will try that in the next video. The slightly higher heterodyne frequency sounding beeping (and quiter) is _ _ _ . _ . _ . . O R D O'hare beacon. The slightly lower heterodyne frequency sounding beeping (and louder) is _ _ _ _ _ . . _ . _ O B K Northbrook beacon. Google says the frequencies of the beacons are: ORD: 113.90 MHZ OBK: 113.00 MHZ So they are very close in frequency so that is why they are bleeding through into each other and they both start with _ _ _ so it makes it confusing.
Views: 249 dietermoreno
Subscribe for more free Automotive tips: https://youtube.com/c/AnthonyJ350Canada?sub_confirmation=1 http://www.gofasthavefun.ca In this video I compare and contrast two styles of connections that are most commonly found in an install bay environment. Crimping with butt connectors and soldering. If done properly, both are very solid connections. However I think soldering is still better because it's less prone to failure and corrosion. Go Fast Have Fun provides the content in this video, for information and entertainment purposes only. The information in this Video presents guidelines to help vehicle enthusiasts modify or repair their vehicles and to demonstrate what car culture is all about. Go Fast Have Fun make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the Video or the information, products, services, or related graphics contained on the Video for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk. Nothing presented should be relied upon you for your modification or repair plans for your vehicle and is not in any way professional mechanical advice. Go Fast Have Fun strongly recommends you consult with a professional automobile mechanic to ensure that any modification or repair plans for your vehicle are appropriate for your vehicle. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of, or in connection with, the use of this Video and the information presented within it. Go Fast have Fun Canada
Views: 160716 AnthonyJ350
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Lots of Guitar Accessories here: http://amzn.to/2fTgN44. Welcome to Part 3 of a USA Custom Shop Acacia Guitar Build Series! Covered in this video is the body build, CNC body routing, cutting, gluing and clamping of the flamed maple top. Also, pickup-up cutouts, truss-rod cutout, bridge cutout, back of cavity cutout, back of neck formation & cutout, headstock cutout, hand carved neck / headstock joint. Lots to see!!! Some great bloopers too! 5:45 sleeping on the job & 14:00 blooper reel Visit Acacia Guitars here: http://www.acaciaguitars.com/ Full Series: ► Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqw5fBwnxtM ► Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDf9bmH9H1k ► Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFBLMJYVSSM ► Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGGYhYiP5W4 ► Part 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNsvrMCa9HM ► Part 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJQw9rc6v78 ► Part 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbp8VRsPPk4 ► Part 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhNcps7g62k ► Part 9: Stay tuned! I'll be picking this bad boy up at Winter NAMM 2016! Index : - body build - CNC body routing - cutting the top - gluing & clamping on the flamed maple top - 5:45 sleeping on the job - pickup cutouts - truss rod cover cutouts - bridge cut-out - back cavity cutout - back of neck formation - neck joint - headstock cut-out - hand carved back of neck joint. - 14:00 blooper real - Acacia Guitars: http://www.acaciaguitars.com/ - Acacia Hades: http://www.acaciaguitars.com/hades.html - Acacia 2014: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UMblwWprFA - Acacia 2015: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUzWwK0D8-E SUBSCRIBE & CONNECT ► Subscribe: http://bit.ly/18W2CYq ► Website http://bit.ly/1DKgkGZ ► Facebook http://on.fb.me/1zXP0rF ► Subscribe: http://bit.ly/16PwgOs
Views: 139938 The Tone King
After being shocked by another mains capacitor I decided to make myself a handy little tool for the likes of mains rated caps. However do note that this type of discharge tool will NOT be suitable for High-Voltage/High-Energy capacitors!!! ... ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE CIRCUIT IS SWITCHED OFF!!! Capacitor Discharge Calculator: http://bit.ly/2vfhEZd
Views: 125059 John - Orbiter
Buy this kit online from http://www.easycomposites.co.uk/Products/carbon-fibre-laminating-starter-kit.aspx Easy to follow guide on how you can make your own carbon fibre parts without specialist equipment. All Materials used are now available from the Easy Composites website http://www.easycomposites.co.uk. To talk about your project or see what others are getting up to please join in on the forum http://www.talkcomposites.com
Views: 3705962 Carbon Mods
The Line 6 AMPLIFi is probably the coolest guitar product that we've seen so far in 2014. Line 6 AMPLIFI is a multi purpose five-speaker amp and Bluetooth device -- an entirely new kind of guitar amplifier. By combining a high-performance guitar amp, a streaming Bluetooth speaker system and a breakthrough iOS app into one powerful device, AMPLIFi will change the way guitarists practice, perform and enjoy music. Check out this quick demo, then stop into the store to try it for yourself! www.faziosmusic.com
Views: 196 Fazio's Music
Get my FREE Beginner Guitar Starter Kit! ►https://goo.gl/Ts2uU6 In this guitar lesson, we'll be talking about dealing with sore fingers on the guitar. Every guitarist deals with painful fingertips at some point and it can be really annoying. This problem isn't just limited to beginners either. A veteran player going into a season of more frequent playing can quickly result in some sore fingers. So in this video, we'll be covering eight helpful tips for dealing with uncomfortable fingertips. Check out the full lesson page by following the link below: https://www.guitarlessons.com/guitar-lessons/guitar-lessons-for-beginners/why-do-my-fingers-hurt Follow us! ►Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/guitareoofficial/ ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/guitareoofficial/
Views: 180385 Guitareo
Jamming through a bbe sonic max that I fixed for a friend... I'm excited about the fact that it works, and I was able to fix it =). Amp is a peavey vypyr vip-1 on multiple settings. Playing a Douglas 6-string Baritone NTB tuned to A.
Views: 26 Mike Vissicchio
In this video the most common types of router bits are explained for the novice woodworker. The Rockler router bits highlighted in this video include: Straight, Rabbeting, Round Over, Flush Trim, Roman Ogee, Chamfer, and Undersized Plywood Bits. All of Rockler's router bits are covered by an unconditional guarantee. Learn more: http://www.rockler.com/how-to/beginners-guide-choosing-router-bits/
Views: 2321018 Rockler Woodworking and Hardware
Inside the Luthier's Shop with BigDGuitars.com. Always wanted to do this. Took a torch to a flame maple top to get a scorched effect. Pretty cool effect will try this again, please be careful if you try this at home.
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Marcel Yammouni playing a JLF relic M-L-F Relic series - NECK- Mahogany. - 25" 1/2" scale length. - FINGER BOARD - Black african Ebony with fret end binding. - 22 Frets - FRET SIZE- medium high. - INLAYS - Mother of Pearl trapezoid. - Schaller machine heads 18/1 ratio. - PAINT - Nitrocellulose paint- custom burst. - TIMBER BACK - Silky Oak timber book matched. - STEEL FRONT - Bright mild steel custom hand formed top. Finished in a rusty patina. - WEIGHT - 9.4 pounds - Nashville bridge. - Aliuminium tail piece. - Di'marzio Paff Classic /neck. - Di'marzio Paff Classic /bridge. - Switchcraft 3 way switch. - Switchcraft input jack - 2 CTS Volume pots. - 2 CTS Tone pots. - Bumble bee capacitors on tone pots. - 2 treble capacitor and resistor bleeder mod on Volume pots. The caps are 60's Mustard caps (new old stock) with Allen Bradley resistors from the 60's..
Views: 322 captainvibe
Waldorf's Curse was formed in 1981 by Will Frieder, Jonathan Kline, Peter O' Schaencker and Bill Pondano. All were students of art journalism at the university of Vienna, and formed the band based on their shared discontent with the contemporary music scene. They shared a love for the experimental, the avantgarde and the unconventional - a love relationship they nurtured through countless rehearsal sessions. Through improvisation and jamming, the band developed a distinct, forward-thinking voice which to this day remains unmatched among similar artists. In 1983 they recorded their now classic debut album "Ecliptical Rest". Guitarist Will Frieder, the band's creative leader, offered a unique vibe with his trademark playing and unpolished vocals, interlocking perfectly with Kline's open, floating chords. Peter O' Schaencker's inventive bass lines provides a solid yet offbeat pulse throughout the album which together with Pondano's innovative drumming style created the framework of the ultimate experimental jazz rock album. These days, there are rumors of a Waldorf's Curse reunion tour as well as a new album. "One of the most underrated bands of the decade." -Samuel McNeil, manager, Three for Two Trio "Very distinct, innovative and experimental." -Jason Patterson, owner, Patterson Guitars and Amps "Waldorf's Curse is a band in a class of their own." -Bobby "Blade" Dawson, bassist, Bobby and the Commitee "Amazing. I couldn't stop tapping my foot." -Janine Howards, Fenningsville Town Paper myspace.com/waldorfscurse
Views: 572 VineyardBlues
We recently caught up with The Spinto Band's Nick Krill while on tour in Europe supporting their recent record, "Shy Pursuit". Nick gives us a quick run through of his live rig, featuring his VOX AC15C1! The Spinto Band also have a new full-length record, "Cool Cocoon" due out soon! Recorded again at their Delaware studio and released on Spintonic Recordings, the album represents a remarkable change of pace. There is more collaboration between songwriters, more spontaneity in the recording process and a distinctively focused sonic direction. Combined, these elements have formed their most cohesive album to date. "Cool Cocoon" comes out February 5th in the USA, and later this spring in Europe, but is available for pre-order now at http://www.spintoband.com. The band will be touring in Europe and the USA this February to support the album. Head over to their website for full information! For more on all things VOX, head over to http://www.voxamps.com, https://www.facebook.com/VOXamps and https://www.twitter.com/voxamps.
Views: 5754 Vox Amps
Albion Amplification ABH-800H Demo for Qguitars by Thijs Tervoort of Shoulders of Giants Video by Dion de Jong (KINGS&COLLARS) By the manufacturer: "The ABH range of bass amps, cabinets and combos have been designed from the ground up to be mean and rugged workhorses for the bass playing fraternity. Valve based preamps with easy to use, but very effective, EQ and very usable gain options provide the bass player with a very satisfying tonal palette for every occasion. The over-engineered solid-state power amps provide reliable and consistent power delivery night after night – with the punch of Mike Tyson and the growl of a Pitbull on steroids. The AHB range is available in various power ratings in Head and Combo formats, and can be easily coupled with our range of bass cabinets to suit many differing needs of performance. Because we can design and build our own loudspeakers using in-house acoustic engineering experts each cabinet has been fine tuned with a loudspeaker that has been expressly designed for that particular cabinet. Every part has been custom designed for the job rather than having to work around another supplier’s products. Our angular variable dispersion horn, for instance, aims the sound at your ears rather than your knee-caps. All our cabinets are made from Birch Ply with many strategically placed interior braces to maximize tight vibration free performance with controlled weight. The cabinets have metal grilles formed to minimize rattle and vibration. All the amplifiers have large heat-sinks with fan cooling (thermostatically controlled on the higher power amps) to maintain a low temperature under all operating conditions. Rugged seam welded thick steel chassis help maintain life on the road." http://www.albionampsus.com/products/abh-series/ Demo by Thijs Tervoort, bass player of Shoulders of Giants. https://www.facebook.com/ShouldersOfGiantsNl Gear made available by Qguitars Hulten http://www.qguitars.nl/
Views: 527 Shoulders Of Giants
http://www.beadaholique.com/ - In this video tutorial, see how to easily finish your braided and knotted jewelry used cord end caps. The particular caps featured in this video do not have a loop already formed onto the finding, see how you can make your own loop and then attach the end cap to the braid. Designer: Julie Bean You can find the supplies in this video at Beadaholique.com Antiqued Silver Plated Bead/Cord End Caps Openwork Vine Pattern 11x8.5mm (2) SKU: BMB-8603 http://www.beadaholique.com/antiqued-silver-plated-bead-cord-end-caps-openwork-vine-pattern-11x8-5mm-2.html BeadSmith Silver Plated Bullet Findings Kit For Kumihimo Braids - Fits 8mm Cord SKU: FCL-4880 http://www.beadaholique.com/beadsmith-silver-plated-bullet-findings-kit-for-kumihimo-braids-fits-8mm-cord.html Antiqued Silver Plated Head Pins 1.5 Inches Long/21 Gauge (50) SKU: FHP-6340 http://www.beadaholique.com/antiqued-silver-plated-head-pins-1-5-inches-long-21-gauge-50.html Antiqued Silver Plated Open Jump Rings 6mm 18 Gauge (50) SKU: FJR-3094 http://www.beadaholique.com/antiqued-silver-plated-open-jump-rings-6mm-18-gauge-50.html Beadsmith Wire Looping Pliers - Concave And Round Nose SKU: XTL-5032 http://www.beadaholique.com/beadsmith-wire-looping-pliers-concave-and-round-nose.html Xuron Jeweler's Super Fine Pliers Chain Nose Flat Nose SKU: XTL-5450 http://www.beadaholique.com/xuron-jeweler-s-super-fine-pliers-chain-nose-flat-nose.html E6000 Industrial Strength Glue Adhesive (3.7 Oz) SKU: XTL-1050 http://www.beadaholique.com/e6000-industrial-strength-glue-adhesive-3-7-oz.html Xuron Sharp Flush Cutter Pliers - Wire/Soft Flex SKU: XTL-5600 http://www.beadaholique.com/xuron-sharp-flush-cutter-pliers-wire-soft-flex.html Beadalon Large Beading Mats - Prevent Bead Rolling 13 X 18 Inch (Set of 2) SKU: XTL-9935 http://www.beadaholique.com/beadalon-large-beading-mats-prevent-bead-rolling-13-x-18-inch-set-of-2.html
Views: 36473 Beadaholique
Welcome to another ASK RNA! We have plenty of questions this week about guitars, amps, shirts, and haircuts! Leave us a question for next weeks show! Thanks for all the questions this week!
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http://www.TheBassHang.com This is a powerful little cabinet. Thanks to ISI for loaning me these cabs for review. This is a quote from their website: "It features our own designed-and-built 10" coaxial woofer with mounted 1.75" compression driver. The combination results in extremely wide bandwidth response from a total driver weight of less than 6.6 lbs/3 kg. But it doesn't stop there: we house the driver in a true void-free poplar plywood cabinet for rigidity without weight. Add in a thick vinyl wrap, ruggest corner caps, custom formed and painted grille, and real metal handle and you have a cabinet that can take abuse." www.industrialstrengthindustries.com I used a Canon Vixia HF S20 and a Sennheiser MKE 400 microphone to record this video.
Views: 1873 The Bass Hang
2nd Solo Album Private Eyes Released September 1976 Recorded June 1976 Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Trident Studios, London, England Genre Hard rock, Jazz rock Length 37:33 Label Columbia Producer Dennis MacKay/Tommy Bolin Tommy Bolin's second studio solo album after Deep Purple MKIV broke up in March 1976. Finally Tommy Bolin made it big time and formed his own solo band, which is what he wanted to pursue and not be a fill in for Ritchie Blackmore of Deep Purple or a session guitarist for various groups. Tommy played his first show with his solo band on April 28, 1976 and sadly playing his last show on December 3rd, 1976 at the Jai Alai in Miami FL opening for guitar hero Jeff Beck while on his first promotional tour for his second album Private Eyes. Tommy Bolin died within hours later on December 4th, 1976 in a Miami hotel from a drug overdose. Not a perfect video take of me playing this song but I did play the whole thing by ear including Tommy's voice melody transcribed on the guitar \m/. I thought it would be cool for me to play along with his voice. I love Tommy Bolin's guitar sound! I always had a hard time trying to comp his sound until I found the Tommy Bolin signature fuzz pedal from Hartman electronics which was what I needed to crack the code of The Bolin Sound. Tommy had a very unique guitar sound which was a combination of Hiwatt amp stacks, Sam Ash Fuzz Box, Phase pedal, Leslie speakers and the echoplex (which he uses to create his famous Ray Gun Effect). It's hard to explain his overdriveeyyy / Fuzzy sound, it's like a combination of and overdriven amp and a fuzzy clippy maestro pedal. Not an over the top Jimi Hendrix sounding fuzz face, but something heavy and just so Tommy Bolin. Very unique and awesome! Musicians on the album Tommy Bolin – Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals, Piano Reggie McBride – Bass, Vocals Mark Stein (Vanilla Fudge band member \m/) – Keyboards, Vocals Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge band member \m/) – Drums on "Someday We'll Bring Our Love Home" Bobby Berge – Percussion, Drums Bobbye Hall – Percussion Norma Jean Bell – Percussion, Vocals, Saxophone Del Newman – string arrangements Gear Used Fender Squire Modified1970's Stratocaster Micro Cube amp (JC Clean setting / reverb setting) Boss Powerstack Hartman Electronic Tommy Bolin Signature Fuzz Pedal Vox cable Thanks for watching All Copyrights to Tommy Bolin
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Initially this was '83 Marshall 4210, crappy sounding JCM 800 with diode clipping, transistor channel switching and spring reverb. But transformers used in this combo are still decent. I've rebuilt it so ones tone-forming circuity became almost as famous 2204 model and sound closest to best 2204 for sure. As bonus it got ultra-clear, flawless relay channel switching. Indeed the "channel" is the same but gain and channel volume knobs alternates. Gains has different bright caps. So one may consider this amp as "dual 2204". The fx-loop is also improved and have no big impact on overall amp's tone. Master volume is post-fx and pre-PI (no more shitty PPIMV). Presence controll added. No that cumbersome reverb now.
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Sharing one of my favorite songs from De La Hoya. Hardcore band De La Hoya formed in the summer of 1997, when guitar player Oscar Rodriguez asked singer Aaron Scott to start a band just 10 minutes after meeting. They recruited bassist Carly Guarino (owner of Crap Records) and drummer Jaime Villamarin (ex-Ifarm) to form De La Hoya in the heart of New York City.
Views: 582 Bryan VanGelder
Ok .... mid to late 70s Peavey stuff is amazing. The solid state amps have an urgent abrasive tone. Very direct and powerful Greg Ginn used the Peavey Standard Series 260 PA mixer head so one can argue it's the tone that formed American hardcore. I just bought a 1976 Peavey musician head. Here I am giving it a road test.......just a quick improv. My initial tone is coming from a Mesa Boogie subway rocket circa 1990. It's was a really nice 18w combo I turned into a head. I send the signal to the Peavey for final tone shaping and volume .... and lemme tell ya ........ it's fargin' loud My cabinet is a Avatar half open half closed 4x12 and the guitar is a Precision guitar kit !!! nice huh ??? The mic is a Rode stereo video mic hooked into my camera. vintage Peavey is gold
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DISCLAIMER: All rights reserved to the production companies and music labels that distributed and produced the music and performance respectively. I've only added the footage as a tribute for historical, entertainment, and creative purposes with no financial gain. Copyright infringement not intended. The Clovers "Middle Of The Night" Atlantic 963 B 1952 This is the flip side to "One Mint Julep," courtesy of Atlantic Records back in 1952. Please Enjoy! One of the most enduringly popular R&B groups has been the "Mighty Clovers" (as they were tagged by Dr. Jive). Extremely successful in the early- and mid-50s, the Clovers placed 21 tunes on the R&B charts, 19 of them in the top 10. Not only were they favorites of record buyers, but also of their peers. In addition, the Clovers were also one of the most popular live acts during the early to mid 50s. They continually played the theater circuits, and were in demand to appear in the package shows which toured the country. The Clovers were originally a trio, which was formed about 1946 in Washington, D.C.'s Armstrong High School. Tenor/Baritone Harold "Hal" Lucas was both the lead and the originator of the name "Clovers," feeling it would be lucky for them; the others were tenor Billy Shelton and bass Thomas Woods. After a while, tenor John "Buddy" Bailey, another Armstrong High student, was added, and the group became known as the "4 Clovers." According to Lucas, their influences were the Charioteers, the Ravens, the Cap-Tans, the Syncopators, and the Orioles. In 1948, neighborhood friend Matthew McQuater was returning home from football practice at Howard University, when he spotted the Clovers practicing on the street. Hearing something wrong with their harmony (his "ear" had been formed by singing in church), he stopped to offer some advice. He was invited to some rehearsals, and soon Billy Shelton was out and Matthew was in. Early in 1952 Atlantic put out release #963 "One Mint Julep" / "Middle Of The Night" and both sides took off at top speed. "Julep" was a sensational tune written by the unique Rudy Toombs, and the Clovers vocal behind Van Walls piano figures and loping guitar by Harris made the tune instantly recognizable. (For contrast listen to an alternate take on the Atlantic History of R & B collection.) The sly lyrics and inventive harmony behind Bailey's lead ensured the popularity and longevity of this recording. The flip side is very similar to the feel on the previous side "Fool", taken at a slower, more blues oriented sound. Sales charts for the time show "Julep" at #1 in Atlanta and "Fool" #1 in New Orleans showing the tremendous drawing power for the group after the first three sides for Atlantic. They were now viewed as the labels biggest name after Ruth Brown. In July the next Atlantic pairing was released. The original A side selected was the tune "Wonder Where My Baby's Gone", however it gathered very little airtime or sales. The flip side "Ting-A-Ling" however, started to break out in a number of cities. It was another bluesy medium tempo rocker with an insistent rhythm figure played by Bill Harris and Van Walls that gave the tune its identity. To support the recordings the Clovers spent the summer months appearing all across the country from Atlantic City, to Texas, to a very successful booking with Roscoe Gordon's Combo on Central Avenue in Los Angeles. While on the coast, the fifth release for Atlantic hit the streets. "Hey Miss Fannie" / "I Played The Fool". This recording did not seem as strong as the previous four for the label, despite heavy promotion by Atlantic, but in time both sides would chart in the top three R & B records in the country. "Fool" a mellow ballad seemed to have a slight edge. At this time the manager of the group, Lou Krefetz, took a national sales position with the label, so support for the group by Atlantic was even stronger. The group did a number of dates in the mid-Atlantic states in an interesting pairing with Fats Domino. Turntable used: Audio Technica AT-LP120 USB Direct Drive inputted straight into the sound card using the built-in pre-amp from the turntable. Cartridge used: ATP-2XN using 78 3 mil needle.
Views: 3138 ilbmlb51
sunnbrella sunn mustang - whirlwind low capacitance cable - zoom 606 - into - Bugera V5 - out to - line input ( PC ) - into - Audacity. Sound effects from recorded wave stock (sunnbrella recording)( sunn mustang only )through Audacity filters. artwork by Chris Foss. info: This was a low cost instrument aimed at the Stratocaster market as a low cost Strat copy. sunn mustang, all stock, early model. Original wiring - ceramic caps ( (.47) 473 25v ) on B500KΩ tone pots with ceramic cap ( (.001) 101 ) Treble bleed on A500KΩ volume pot. 5-way with intermittent tonal variations within the circuit from the switching, resulting in 2 sides to the no.4 position giving classic signature tone at the 4 pos. as well as a richer humbucker-like tone quiet and full. The 101 cap on the volume control gives clear treble tone at the slightest volume. The single coil pickups have a deeper profile and are quiet for a single coil, as manufactured for the sunn mustang, and all have a variety of staggered pole heights, also a plain metal base plate. The circuit is well grounded and subsequently very quiet with the minimum of shielding. The extra depth of the winds on the long bobbins lend low impedance too, with no discernible difference in audible hum whilst scraping across the switch from the circuit when clean on 11. The early mass production tuners have, for the time, the newest more modern looking "Scaller Style" peg head style (circa '78) on what were ( and still are ) inexpensive, standard tuning keys found on any low priced acoustic, manufactured in their hundreds of thousands during the mid70's until the fully formed Shaller type patent is in mass manufacture and the replacement for the earlier mechanical covered tuners, fitted to most all new low/mid priced instruments circa 1980 and on. So the tuning keys have the earlier covered mechanism topped with the "Scaller Style" molds. These types of tuners could be hit and miss when it came to any tuning stability and often became worse as there is nothing to adjust. TheTuners work well, pegs sit very slightly low in the headstock and give good even break angle from the nut position to the pegs which hold a maximum of 2½ winds on the low 4 pegs at either 9 or 10 gauge. This introduces the joy of simple stable tuning across the instrument as I used to coat my pegs with an even wind down the peg, for each string. Now I have 6 5 4 3 - 2½ winds up with 5 6 - several winds down the peg, following the camber of the string height at the nut with a nice curve across the peghead. Nut is a slippery, polymer material unlike regular nut materials which for a period at the time, solved a problem of strings hitchin' up on the nut of tremmy strat copies at the time. an innovative solution for the times. All metal parts are good and clean. Screws and other fittings are hard steel.
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DISCLAIMER: All rights reserved to the production companies and music labels that distributed and produced the music and performance respectively. I've only added the footage as a tribute for historical, entertainment, and creative purposes with no financial gain. Copyright infringement not intended. The Clovers "One Mint Julep" Atlantic 963 A 1952 Here are The Clovers with "One Mint Julep." A nice copy courtesy of Atlantic Records back in 1952. Please Enjoy! One of the most enduringly popular R&B groups has been the "Mighty Clovers" (as they were tagged by Dr. Jive). Extremely successful in the early- and mid-50s, the Clovers placed 21 tunes on the R&B charts, 19 of them in the top 10. Not only were they favorites of record buyers, but also of their peers. In addition, the Clovers were also one of the most popular live acts during the early to mid 50s. They continually played the theater circuits, and were in demand to appear in the package shows which toured the country. The Clovers were originally a trio, which was formed about 1946 in Washington, D.C.'s Armstrong High School. Tenor/Baritone Harold "Hal" Lucas was both the lead and the originator of the name "Clovers," feeling it would be lucky for them; the others were tenor Billy Shelton and bass Thomas Woods. After a while, tenor John "Buddy" Bailey, another Armstrong High student, was added, and the group became known as the "4 Clovers." According to Lucas, their influences were the Charioteers, the Ravens, the Cap-Tans, the Syncopators, and the Orioles. In 1948, neighborhood friend Matthew McQuater was returning home from football practice at Howard University, when he spotted the Clovers practicing on the street. Hearing something wrong with their harmony (his "ear" had been formed by singing in church), he stopped to offer some advice. He was invited to some rehearsals, and soon Billy Shelton was out and Matthew was in. Early in 1952 Atlantic put out release #963 "One Mint Julep" / "Middle Of The Night" and both sides took off at top speed. "Julep" was a sensational tune written by the unique Rudy Toombs, and the Clovers vocal behind Van Walls piano figures and loping guitar by Harris made the tune instantly recognizable. (For contrast listen to an alternate take on the Atlantic History of R & B collection.) The sly lyrics and inventive harmony behind Bailey's lead ensured the popularity and longevity of this recording. The flip side is very similar to the feel on the previous side "Fool", taken at a slower, more blues oriented sound. Sales charts for the time show "Julep" at #1 in Atlanta and "Fool" #1 in New Orleans showing the tremendous drawing power for the group after the first three sides for Atlantic. They were now viewed as the labels biggest name after Ruth Brown. In July the next Atlantic pairing was released. The original A side selected was the tune "Wonder Where My Baby's Gone", however it gathered very little airtime or sales. The flip side "Ting-A-Ling" however, started to break out in a number of cities. It was another bluesy medium tempo rocker with an insistent rhythm figure played by Bill Harris and Van Walls that gave the tune its identity. To support the recordings the Clovers spent the summer months appearing all across the country from Atlantic City, to Texas, to a very successful booking with Roscoe Gordon's Combo on Central Avenue in Los Angeles. While on the coast, the fifth release for Atlantic hit the streets. "Hey Miss Fannie" / "I Played The Fool". This recording did not seem as strong as the previous four for the label, despite heavy promotion by Atlantic, but in time both sides would chart in the top three R & B records in the country. "Fool" a mellow ballad seemed to have a slight edge. At this time the manager of the group, Lou Krefetz, took a national sales position with the label, so support for the group by Atlantic was even stronger. The group did a number of dates in the mid-Atlantic states in an interesting pairing with Fats Domino. Turntable used: Audio Technica AT-LP120 USB Direct Drive inputted straight into the sound card using the built-in pre-amp from the turntable. Cartridge used: ATP-2XN using 78 3 mil needle.
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Kai Grimmsberg's part from the Amplifier Tech. Problem (2014) split with In7ergAlA,ct1n3n Kei7T¤ (Finland) and Vox Impia (Belgium) About this side of the split: "Kai Grimmsberg presents experimental stuff here. Amongst powerful raw guitar sound which face listeners at the beginning, with some analog noise next and experimental electronic track with an easy touch of a radio signal noise. Mix it with some harsh vocal and intriguing samples and then you got it!" GO TO THE BANDCAMP PAGE FOR THE FULL HIGH QUALITY SOUND EXPERIENCE!! Released by Symbol Of Domination Prod & DeadDogSkull & HeilHellProductions in a format of Pro CD-R in slim case limited to 30 hand-numbered copies. You can buy a copy through Beyond Andromeda Record distro or through artist Bandcamp page Official bandcamp page: https://kai-grimmsberg.bandcamp.com/ Official facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/kaigrimmsberg/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ------------------------------------------------------------ Kai Grimmsberg is electronic/experimental artist from Europe [ambient/dark ambient/drone/noise/power electronics] .etc Project was formed in 2006. Played its first live show in 2011. After being on hold and extremely private for a while got back to activities in 2016. Looking for live gigs. Splits. Collaborations. Any kind of activities. Contact via email. Current label: Beyond Andromeda Records Official facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/beyondandromedarecords/ Official bandcamp page: https://beyondandromedarecords.bandcamp.com/ Email: email@example.com
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The vision of pervasive ambient information displays which show relevant information has not yet come true. One of the main reasons is the limited number of available displays in the environment which is a fundamental requirement of the original vision. We introduce the concept of an Ambient Mobile Pervasive Display (AMP-D) which is a wearable projector system that constantly projects an ambient information display in front of the user. The floor display provides serendipitous access to public and personal information. The display is combined with a projected display on the user’s hand, forming a continuous interaction space that is controlled by hand gestures. The paper introduces this novel device concept, discusses its interaction design, and explores its advantages through various implemented application examples. Furthermore, we present the AMP-D prototype which illustrates the involved challenges concerning hardware, sensing, and visualization. Authors: Christian Winkler, Julian Seifert, David Dobbelstein and Enrico Rukzio. Published at: Proc. of SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2014 Best Paper Honorable Mention Award Find more information and the research paper here: http://www.uni-ulm.de?AMP-D.
Views: 2077 MHCIGroup