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Klay

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  1. It's 30 Watt but indeed it's loud; fortunatelly I have an attenuator.

    The tone is very good, british but different from a Marshall; has more clarity / brightness and less body even through a Marshall closed cab. Has plently of gain for everything I do but I enjoy it the most in mid gain, where it cleans up or crunches depending on the pick attack.

     

  2. 14 hours ago, Tiffani said:

    I really love your sound. I absolutely love your attack in the more aggressive songs and good tone. Great work! I can listen this we around the house, in the car, etc...even without vocals. Nice work!

    Many thanks Tiffani, I'm real glad you found these demos and liked them!

  3. From what I've seen he's using the old Jubilee's again and a JCM 800.

    The main difference for the thiner and more trebly tone he has now compared to the UIY / Snakepit I / Blues Ball tours is that now he's using to much of the Shure SM57 - that's where all that treble comes from. He needs to blend it with something fatter or more low mids foccoused.

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  4. I watched the stream.

    The band sounded fantastic.

    Axl, Slash and Duff really are the core of the GN'R sound - the Guns N' Roses sound is back, it's just totally different than what new GN'R sounded like, incredible how "just" Slash and Duff make such a difference. Axl sounded great and seemed in a great mood.

    Even Fortus fills perfectly on the band sound, no more crazy / weird guitar parts that some of the previous guitar players brought - this is pure no bullshit Rock N' Roll.

     

    Loved the instrumentals as well, great sounding band - the GN'R sound is back.

    I'm just not totally sold on the drumming.

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  5. Just finished some more home demos.

    These are just simple guitars, drums and bass. The wah solo at the end was a one take improvising so it has f* ups but I wanted to keep it true to the recording so it's all unedited.

    It's 3 new songs, on the video description you have the direct time link to each one.

     

     

     

     

    If you just want the last song you can listen to it here:

     

  6. Sad sad news.

    Now people can't even attend a restaurant, a football match, a concert without wondering if they'll get back home safe.

    Things are out of control in Europe.

    Everybody gets in and out real easy and it has been happening for too long. French born citizens themselves are doing this, they go to terrorist countries, have training there, come back to their country and wait for orders.

    Close the borders - now!

  7. MÖTLEY CRÜE and SIXX: A.M. bassist Nikki Sixx says that "everybody knows" the classic lineup of GUNS N' ROSES is reforming for a world tour.
    Asked by a fan on Twitter if GUNS N' ROSES should do a reunion tour, Sixx responded: "THEY ARE. EVERYBODY KNOWS."
    One of Sixx's bandmates in SIXX: A.M. is DJ Ashba, who played guitar for GUNS N' ROSES for six years before announcing his departure this past July.
    Meanwhile, Vicky Hamilton, who is best known for managing the early careers of GUNS N' ROSES and POISON, in addition to serving as a management consultant for MÖTLEY CRÜE, revealed in a Facebook post that she was "texting with [former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist] Slash," who apparently told her that the rumored GUNS N' ROSES tour "isn't happening."
    A report from Dish Nation on Tuesday claimed that a reunion tour of the classic GUNS N' ROSES is "close to being revealed," with the band allegedly headlining several major festivals in Europe and the U.S. before embarking on a worldwide tour to mark its 30th anniversary. A source explained: "Slash and Axl have verbally agreed to get things together again and reform the original band. The live shows is where they can show the world what they had and also make the greatest earnings."
    The source added: "Promoters are quietly working away to land opportunities. Details of the reunion are expected to leak out in the next few days. Everyone is expecting huge demand for tickets, but the boys are very humble and are not sure what to expect."
    According to other reports, the band has already been approached about playing shows in Australia, Portugal and Sweden.
    Rumors about a reunion have been heating up ever since the summer, when Slash revealed that he and singer Axl Rose had repaired their relationship after nearly 20 years of estrangement.
    The longtime feud between Slash and Rose has been seen for some time as the main stumbling block to a reunion of the original lineup, which has not performed together in 24 years.
    Several members have recently left the current lineup of GUNS N' ROSES, which features Rose as the sole original member. The band has not performed live since last year.
    The band's Twitter account has posted several cryptic messages lately, furthering talk of a reunion.
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  8. I know that feeling as well.

    Rule number one in business - take the oportunity as soon as it's presented; if you want it grab it, don't save it for latter!

    On the other hand, the 2014 lineup had that "120th Anniversary" inlay on the 12th fret, not everyone is a fan so maybe that's why it was so cheap?

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