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#760345
Not a huge fan, but the Oasis sound on their first and second albums were fantastic - and live it was apparently immense. According to that recent doco it had so much do to with their sound guy Mark Coyle. EDIT: Or maybe it was Owen Morriss. Anyway - still a cracking sound!
#760348
Shimmer wrote:Not a huge fan, but the Oasis sound on their first and second albums were fantastic - and live it was apparently immense. According to that recent doco it had so much do to with their sound guy Mark Coyle. EDIT: Or maybe it was Owen Morriss. Anyway - still a cracking sound!


I think Noel used to run a marshall SS practice amp into the front of his AC30 or some such madness :lol:
#760377
I love the rhythm sound of High Voltage era AC/DC, but who knows what they were using back then. They used Holden amps and a selection of Gibsons in their very early days, plus you'd have to factor in crappy mics and a crappy desk... as well as not quite being tune with each other or themselves.
#760382
jeremyb wrote:
Shimmer wrote:Not a huge fan, but the Oasis sound on their first and second albums were fantastic - and live it was apparently immense. According to that recent doco it had so much do to with their sound guy Mark Coyle. EDIT: Or maybe it was Owen Morriss. Anyway - still a cracking sound!


I think Noel used to run a marshall SS practice amp into the front of his AC30 or some such madness :lol:


Load of his gear for sale here actually:

https://reverb.com/shop/mjq

Cornell would've been nice.
Last edited by Molly on Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:11 pm, edited 1 time in total.
#760383
Some interesting options in this musicradar item.

http://www.musicradar.com/news/guitars/ ... ips-528489