The JVM is not just for hairy shred metal

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Greg_L
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The JVM is not just for hairy shred metal

Post by Greg_L » Thu Mar 23, 2017 12:25 pm

It'll do other stuff too. I recorded this Clash cover just for fun and was really pleased with how the JVM handled tones that aren't cheesy metal. No floor processors, no MIDI patches, no line-outs, no spandex, no tricks. Just a guitar, a wah, flanger, delay, an amp, and a mic on a cab. [smilie=banana_smiley.gif]

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mohi
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Re: The JVM is not just for hairy shred metal

Post by mohi » Sat Mar 25, 2017 7:56 am

sounds really cool, spandex rules, anyway :)
Marshall JVM410C: TAD HPS V1, TAD PS V2, TAD Std V3, EH V4, Mods: Plexi Cap, Choke, K77
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