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Published on Jan 25, 2009
Since Dumble amps seem to generate a lot of interest, I thought that I might post an audioclip of the tonal possibilities (clean+overdriven, both played with and without preamp boost) available.
Equipment used: Dumble ODS(blackface) 100, Marshall 1x12" semi-open cabinet with Eminence Texas Heat 12" speaker. I used my go-to guitar, a Flaxwood Custom: Seymour Duncan calibrated set of minihumbuckers, neck scalloped from E1 to G3 to facilitate bending, bridge pickup 1 sentimeter further from bridge than normal to juice the tone. Close mic is Neumann U-87, ambience stereo-pair is Sennheiser. TC reverb in mixdown. No EQ was used.
The drone that you can hear in the background is all my guitar, recorded some time ago as an afterthought, that I find addictive. Maybe it's my studies of Indian (Carnatic) classical methods rearing its head.
P.S. This video was produced by MediaStage ky / Olli Perttula