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Discussion in 'Backline' started by The Unavoidable, Jun 17, 2008.
That seat looks......comfortable?
Thanks brother,,thats my main 6'er,,1990 USA Jackson NAMM Warrior in bolted steel.
The cab is a 90's Genz Benz
Actually it really is,, with the cushion,(unless i'm in a mood then they get no cushion :Smug,but it doesn't go there, just happen to be there when i took the pic, it goes right behind me so when i'm mixing someone else in the band can sit right behind me and get about the same mix cause they are just a little higher in that chair, my chair is blocking the shot of the warrior
And that red flame 7-string Warrior, drrrrooooollll - what speakers have you got in all those cabs, Dave? V30s in at least one, I hope...
I was just going to say holy shit.
How much did that cost ya???
I've always wanted that guitar...and is that a death angel as opposed to a warrior?? They look a tad different.
Yeah, I fully admit to being a total Jackson ignoramus, so I could very well be wrong! Looks great either way, but what do you suppose was the logic in angling the bridge humbucker on the steel plate warrior?
softer highs harder lows?
My next amp will be Blackmore or Savage.
I think this is the best tone i made with my Engl Screamer:
Seems to work great for djenty/Meshuggah-ish stuff
(psst...that means he hates it )
haha... you seem to know me well now
No actually i was thinking that some riffs are meshugga-ish but the song in general still sounds good to me (especially the thrashy riff with the blast beats ) so if the production was a tad less djenty/bulb-ish i would really dig it.
And by the way the tone is djenty but without the typical POD voicing i hate.
So with less dry and less flat-sounding drums (they sound like there is just little tweaking or something), which means bigger sounding drums, as well as a bit more "body" (not sure but i feel the guitar sound has not enough low end) to the guitar tone i would start to love it.
And more bass as well !
Wow, this is really cool! I dig that!
It's not my intension to hijack this thread, but i was recommended the Fireball from a friend that's producing for some now?? It should sound awesome and is cheaper? And then, ive heard the Ritchie Blackmore from a band rehearsing and woow... it was good sound too.
At one time i had V30's in the Randall, but sold them for something years ago,,don't quite remember what though i have been thinking about picking up some new speakers from Warehouse though to go in an emty cab i have in storage. the diamond grate Carvin(1982) cab has Celestion Sidewinders in it, the other carvin is a stock(and almost mint) 1978 with the carvin Magnalabs in it(which actually sound pretty tight) and i have no idea what is in the genz benz, but it sound pretty righteous
The Death Warrior(top is a Death Angel, bottom is a warrior) now lives in the UK, she was great and sounded like a thunder god,,, but i absolutely have to have at least 24 frets,,the new owner loves her so she is in good hands
Ya know I don't really know the answer to that I'm sure that i should,, but couldn't tell you right now
I do know they did the all orig. 90's run like that though :Smokedev:
once again brother get the Savage,,you will not be disappointed