|Aron Nelson||Shaka Express Samples||2/21/101 0:14 am|
|Two samples of the Shaka Express Overdrive Pedal. One direct through the Marshall Simulator, the other through an amp.
The amp was a 1964 Bassman into 2X12 Celestion Greenback cabinet.
|Aron Nelson||Camacho Amp Samples||2/20/101 8:30 pm|
|CamachoLead.mp3 is the Camacho lead channel.
CamachoNormal.mp3 is the Camacho "normal" channel.
The lead channel was set with vol 1 on 7, vol2 on 7 and master on 3.
The normal channel was set at 10 - full up.
The level was actually not very loud - it was going through the excellent WeberVST MASS system attenuator.
The guitar was a Pacifica 812w with Kinman pickups and Super Distortion in the bridge position.
Yes, high gain (that's how I felt ! :-), but next samples will be lower gain and probably use my 335 Ibanez Artist.
Guitar straight into the amp - recorded with mini-disc with cheapo tiny mic about 4 feet away from amp.
|Aron Nelson||Shaka Express clone sample||2/20/101 3:09 am|
|Pat Moss built one of the early Shaka Prototypes, here is a sample of his clone. MP3 Format. Recorded direct into computer then later run through the Marshall Sim. circuit.|
|tboy||sounds.ampage.org - notes||2/21/101 0:20 am|
|A few notes on how this thing works