As I mentioned in this thread I borrowed Ryan's Triple Rectifier to try some tones out for my band's EP (which will be released in about a thousand years, when we finally get a fucking vocalist).
I had a plan that I wanted to try out for this EP, and it goes a little something like this:
Guitars are all quad-tracked, with my Charvel San Dimas and my project Strat that I put together (with EMG SA's).
So per side, you have one track of Charvel and one track of Strat, hard panned and at the same volume. The Charvel brings the fat chunky chunk rhythm, and the strat brings the twang/rasp, but they both still share some qualities...
So the plan was to use two amps with different (but complimentary) vibes. It was originally going to be Peavey 6534+ and Marshall JVM410H (my usual duo) but since Ryan bought the Triple Rec recently I thought I'd give that a go in place of the Marshall.
This is where it gets a little confusing so stay with me ... So now on each side you have two different guitars, but also two different amps. For example the left Charvel track is with a triple rec, the right with the peavey, but the left Strat track is with the Peavey, the right with the triple rec.... capiche?
Anyway, here's the clip! - https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/.../reamptest.mp3
It's only the last riff of one of the songs, didn't want to blast the amps for an entire track just for a quick test, but... anyway... it works, right!?
Also, Ty Tabor called, he wants his Dogman riffs/tone back I wasn't intentionally trying to get that close to that tone, just something similar, but if I mute the 6534 tracks and just listen to the recto ones, it's practically identical
Apologizes for Ty Tabor tones......I think NOT!