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Ep. 141 - The Worst of Both Words: Vibrating My Butt With Very Very Much Loudness

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Crash! (stab:805)
Sold the amp! HX Stomp! Wahoo!  (stab: Apocalypse Fuzz on bass)
Righteous Tele! (stab: Wombtone)

Demo features all three pickups on a 50W Plexi

Reverb to be acquired by Etsy! (stab: KHDK Abyss)
Kemper Profiler Stage (stab: Longamp Time Machine)

Full blown Kemper Profiler in a floorboard format
Kemper head/rack require a foot switcher to change sounds, recall settings, etc
THIS is a Kemper amp WITH the switching fully integrated in pedalboard form
5 buttons for 5 rigs per performance, 4 stomp box style effects buttons are individually assignable, 4 expression pedal inputs, 2 stereo effects loops 

Reverend Manta Ray 390 (stab: Jackson Prism)

It’s the Manta Ray but with 3 P90 pickups! 
Features the bass contour passive bass roll-off. 
Korina body, 3 piece korina neck 
African Blackwood or Ebony fretboard w/ 12” radius 
Treble bleed, locking tuners, dual acting truss rod

Pedal Genie 

Boss MD-500 $350 
Neunaber Immerse $250 

Righteous Ryan! Electronic Audio Experiments (stab: OE Revival Drive)

DIRT PEDALS! But this stuff stands out 
Model FET 

Based on the Sunn Model T preamp 
Controls for bass, mid, treble, matser, normal, and brite (sic)
Designed to have pedals stacked into it, much like the old Model T amps 
Sounds big, wooly, kinda fuzzy, but also crisp and clear. 


Op-amp based drive with a huge range of distortion 
low/hi sets the James/Baxandal tone stack 
Shift toggle selects the frequency that the Mid knob controls 
Lots of EQ controls… like Metal Zone level of control. (this is NOT a metal zone, but it’s got a TON of EQ control like the MZ)

Interview with John Snyder up on the website! 

VERY detailed interview with lots of insight on his design process, gear he uses, and upcoming projects. 

Dunlop Tortex White Jazz III picks (stab: Sea Foam)


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