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    Damn that does sound tight as fuck. Leads sound fine as well. Not really harsh like I was expecting. Definitely checking it out.

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    Here's another clip that needs more explanation. This is more of a classic rock rhythm sound with the Fortin Cali ch. 2 on low gain with the master very high. The first half is the Blisterbucker, and then following a "screaming lead" burst is the SL7 with the Duncan Distortion-7 I used to have in it. Both guitars are feeding the same amp sim tracks in Reaper at the same levels (and were recorded exactly the same), so it's a decent one-to-one comparison.

    Different guitars, obviously, though the same string gauges. However, notice that the Blisterbucker is less compressed and definitely has the mids placed lower. The DD has more grind but less punch. Neither sounds bad, actually, though I feel like the Blisterbucker would probably compliment vocals or lead guitars better.


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