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Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Mon Sep 10, 2018 5:36 pm
by jeremyb
This is kinda cool, he did surprisingly well!


Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Mon Sep 10, 2018 5:44 pm
by Single coil
“Kempers don’t do that”
He’s buggered katanas for everyone :lol:

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:44 am
by mrmofo
damn, the Victory sounded great! Love that Jubilee too. would have loved to hear the 5150 on full blast.

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Fri Sep 14, 2018 5:21 pm
by willow13
He nailed the comment about the EVH. I find the same thing if I turn the gain right back it just sounds like a car that hasn't warmed up and is coughing

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:11 pm
by willow13
Single coil wrote:“Kempers don’t do that”
He’s buggered katanas for everyone :lol:


I've watched this a couple of times now and I decided to plugged the Kat in to the puter and emulate the tone they had with the NS on and YES there is a very "digital" noise happening when the NS wants to turn kick in...but... it is because they haven't even set it up. They have basically just plugged in and gone for it. By going into tone studio and actually setting it up right you completely eliminate those artifacts

So I think its a gross generalisation by chappers (and you :wink: :mrgreen: ) ... just like any pedal if you don't adjust it properly for the amp your are then it will not sound right

I mean look at the tone they had for the EVH...it sounded shit and nothing like the others until chappers had them turn the gain up a bit. The dude doing the testing failed to even remotely get the tone similar on that before starting the test



also katana $699 ... kemper $4,000 ... just saying :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:24 pm
by Michael
The Anderton's folks making everything sound like shit? SURELY NOT!

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Sun Sep 16, 2018 1:11 pm
by Mini Forklift Ⓥ
Chappers tone probably sounds shit even before he plugs in.

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Sun Sep 16, 2018 7:54 pm
by werdna
Amazing that Chappers guessed right.

In the end it's cork sniffing. All the amps sounded pretty good.

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Sun Sep 16, 2018 8:00 pm
by jeremyb
It is cool tho' that he has enough experience with all these types of amps that he can pick them, doubt I could have guessed any of them :lol:

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Sun Sep 16, 2018 8:49 pm
by Mini Forklift Ⓥ
I'm sure I could balls-up telling the difference between a Strat, Tele and an LP!

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Sun Sep 16, 2018 9:46 pm
by Terexgeek
willow13 wrote:
Single coil wrote:“Kempers don’t do that”
He’s buggered katanas for everyone :lol:


I've watched this a couple of times now and I decided to plugged the Kat in to the puter and emulate the tone they had with the NS on and YES there is a very "digital" noise happening when the NS wants to turn kick in...but... it is because they haven't even set it up. They have basically just plugged in and gone for it. By going into tone studio and actually setting it up right you completely eliminate those artifacts

So I think its a gross generalisation by chappers (and you :wink: :mrgreen: ) ... just like any pedal if you don't adjust it properly for the amp your are then it will not sound right

I mean look at the tone they had for the EVH...it sounded shit and nothing like the others until chappers had them turn the gain up a bit. The dude doing the testing failed to even remotely get the tone similar on that before starting the test



also katana $699 ... kemper $4,000 ... just saying :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

That Pedal Show were really scathing of the Boss PW10, but I noticed they had turned the gain on, which means they weren't just using the wah modelling, they had activated an additional drive pedal model. So of course the tone was weird and compressed for a crybaby model. The instructions are even printed on the bottom of the pedal FFS.

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Sun Sep 16, 2018 9:50 pm
by willow13
Terexgeek wrote:That Pedal Show were really scathing of the Boss PW10, but I noticed they had turned the gain on, which means they weren't just using the wah modelling, they had activated an additional drive pedal model. So of course the tone was weird and compressed for a crybaby model. The instructions are even printed on the bottom of the pedal FFS.


i'm sure some elitist corksniffing comes into stuff like that

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Mon Sep 17, 2018 6:17 am
by Danger Mouse
willow13 wrote:
Single coil wrote:“Kempers don’t do that”
He’s buggered katanas for everyone :lol:


I've watched this a couple of times now and I decided to plugged the Kat in to the puter and emulate the tone they had with the NS on and YES there is a very "digital" noise happening when the NS wants to turn kick in...but... it is because they haven't even set it up. They have basically just plugged in and gone for it. By going into tone studio and actually setting it up right you completely eliminate those artifacts

So I think its a gross generalisation by chappers (and you :wink: :mrgreen: ) ... just like any pedal if you don't adjust it properly for the amp your are then it will not sound right

I mean look at the tone they had for the EVH...it sounded shit and nothing like the others until chappers had them turn the gain up a bit. The dude doing the testing failed to even remotely get the tone similar on that before starting the test





In fairness they did mention both of those in the vid.

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:04 am
by chur
Terexgeek wrote:That Pedal Show were really scathing of the Boss PW10, but I noticed they had turned the gain on, which means they weren't just using the wah modelling, they had activated an additional drive pedal model. So of course the tone was weird and compressed for a crybaby model. The instructions are even printed on the bottom of the pedal FFS.


I've tried several times, I just can't gel with that YT channel. I think its the length of their shows and my attention span, which runs out around the 10 min mark.

Re: Spot the Marshall

PostPosted:Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:20 am
by StratMatt
Does TPS film in the same place as the Chappers vids? Rooms look pretty similar.