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sonidero wrote:Roll a plus 13 for fire and with my immunity to wack I dodge the cough and pass a turn to chill and look at these rocks...
kbithecrowing wrote:Making out with my girl friday night, I couldn't stop thinking about flangers.
Hypnodrone wrote:Played through a huge bass amp it sounds like your grandfather trying to replicate some deep house tune.
Chankgeez wrote:I'm sorry, Lawrence, I've been meaning to respond to your request for help since you've posted this.
I love Japanese gear from the '60s and since I can't afford to buy anything right now, I encourage you to buy more stuff and make more gear review videos.
Your videos are well shot, well edited and they sound good. There's just the right balance of talking and playing. Nice use of text overlay (,but maybe you can make the text yellow? Also, stay away from scrolling text. I don't like it, it's too distracting). In the Ktone video you announce your set up, no need, just put that info in a text overlay. I think it's kind of superfluous when people declare their signal path in videos, a written explanation is usually sufficient. There's really not much to criticize in your vids, just try to keep 'em as interesting as possible. You're doing a great job so far. I'd like to see more.
What other gear've you gotten recently?
I'd like to see/hear more of the uncommon/odder stuff. The stuff you've reviewed so far is rather plain. Not that I dislike it, but I just like the weirder stuff better.
lawrence scaduto wrote:
Thanks for the input. I agree with everything you suggested, except for the yellow text. Why yellow?
Here's a new one:
Chankgeez wrote:Nice demo. Cute lil' amp.
I've got a very similar Airline 62-9022A. (I guess it's more Champ-like than yours. It's got a 6V6.)
Though some people don't, I like the sound of 50L6 powered amps. (I've got a Supro Bantam, which does have a 50L6.) I love small amps.
Chankgeez wrote:Nice almost total use of asynchronous sound. As would be expected, guitar sounds plinky. I'm more interested in the amp.
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