Bright lights and tweaking!
Missed out on trying these- will have to make a point of it next time
Dangermouse brings the metal:
The Greenstone of Doom looking awesome as ever!
These amps faced each other to form a vortex of doom where only the brave or ear plugged dared to tread:
The first is H671’s Vibro King. Big, loud, and surprisingly aggressive sounding for a Fender amp
The second is Slowy’s Optimus Prime (needs a new name- I nominate Authentic Working Death-Ray). It’s a beast. I made the mistake of trying it after inserting my ear plugs and didn’t realise just how loud it was! Apologies to everyone in the Grey-Lynn/Ponsonby/K’Road postcode. The little Jansen never ceases to please the ears too. What a little beast!
Dangermouse, BG, JVPP, H761 and RobRoyMcCoy(maybe?) all sampling the wares:
Really enjoyed BG playing the Mosrite into the Greenstone of Doom.
My Gretsch getting a bit frisky with Slowy and Single-Coil’s guitars. If she’s pregnant, you’ll be hearing from my lawyer:
Two-Rock lurking menacingly behind a rather tasty LP and Yamaha:
I rather liked that amp- would love to have a better play with it to check out its range. What I heard was cool though. Classy looking too.
Blame it on the Boogie:
I think this might be peak Santana. Apologies to higainer if that offends…
JVPP’s impressive homebuilds alongside a very tasty burgundy Princeton, Vox and Yamaha
The home made pickups were really interesting too- the neck pickup sounded nice and well balanced, but I felt like the bridge needed balancing. Definitely have their own thing going on- I thought the neck sounded excellent.
H671 doing the obligatory Jag into Vibro King thing:
Some great tones and tasty playing coming out of this sucker.
And here’s my cluster:
So. Much. Reverb!
Assemble the troops!
Jag and Regalrocket just hanging out in the fairy lights.