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    Great review of the Riverside - and way to show off the HH Albert.

    Hey Brett - as long as you are working with Strymon now, you have to do yourself a favor and try out the Deco. It is the one pedal that I recommend every guitarist own. It is just brilliant!

    And if it hasn't been said before - thanks for keeping the videos rolling - especially featuring the EBMMs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norrin Radd View Post
    Great review of the Riverside - and way to show off the HH Albert.

    Hey Brett - as long as you are working with Strymon now, you have to do yourself a favor and try out the Deco. It is the one pedal that I recommend every guitarist own. It is just brilliant!

    And if it hasn't been said before - thanks for keeping the videos rolling - especially featuring the EBMMs.
    Cheers, Norrin. I will check out the Deco if I get a chance. I'm a relatively unknown quantity to Strymon so I'm hoping they see something positive in my demos and we can continue onwards. Fingers crossed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norrin Radd View Post
    Great review of the Riverside - and way to show off the HH Albert.

    Hey Brett - as long as you are working with Strymon now, you have to do yourself a favor and try out the Deco. It is the one pedal that I recommend every guitarist own. It is just brilliant!

    And if it hasn't been said before - thanks for keeping the videos rolling - especially featuring the EBMMs.
    Brian Ball is a Strymon nut, and I can't blame him, they make excellent pedals.
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    We've got a Guitar Show coming up in Melbourne next month. Can't wait ...I think. They interviewed me for it. Lovely pic! I must do something about that extra chin, though. At least the Cutlass looks good.
    Q&A Scene: Guitarists' Special: Brett Kingman ~ James Reyne band, Youtube presenter - What's My Scene

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgs View Post
    We've got a Guitar Show coming up in Melbourne next month. Can't wait ...I think. They interviewed me for it. Lovely pic! I must do something about that extra chin, though. At least the Cutlass looks good.
    Q&A Scene: Guitarists' Special: Brett Kingman ~ James Reyne band, Youtube presenter - What's My Scene
    Nice interview! I don't think of you as a boring, old bastard, fwiw. And my extra chin said to tell yours "hey."
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    Quote Originally Posted by jones4tone View Post
    Nice interview! I don't think of you as a boring, old bastard, fwiw. And my extra chin said to tell yours "hey."
    And a big 'hey' back to my cousin Chins!

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    Cutlass does Boonar Delay and HIWATT

    The Boonar is a modern and sonically accurate reproduction of the classic Binson 4-head echo machine. I've paired it here with the mighty Cutlass SSS and a HIWATT. Sounds stellar to me. I won't be selling this pedal in a hurry.


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    Albert Lee SSS does the A/DA Flanger

    ... And enjoys it quite a lot!


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    Now that's a sweet combo right there.... two of my favorite things together!
    And as always, Brett does a fabulous job bringing out the best of the gear...great playing!
    Enjoy Your Balls!!!

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    Walrus Audio and Ernie Ball Music Man seem to get on well together...

    Video 1:

    Here's their Monument Harmonic Tap Tempo Tremolo and my favourite guitar, the very mighty Albert Lee HH.


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    Video 2:

    ...And their Iron Horse V2 Distortion with the Albert Lee and St Vincent.


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    Video 3:

    ...And their Luminary Polyphonic Quad Octave Generator with my St Vincent (Oh, how I love that guitar).


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    Hi Burgs I just joined this forum today after getting my old paws on an Ivory Cutlass.
    I was just having a look at your UTube
    demo of the Xvive U2 wireless and wondered how your own Cutlass reacts to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pops View Post
    Hi Burgs I just joined this forum today after getting my old paws on an Ivory Cutlass.
    I was just having a look at your UTube
    demo of the Xvive U2 wireless and wondered how your own Cutlass reacts to it.
    G'day Pops. Welcome to the party! I reckon you'll love the Cutlass. I use mine a lot on stage and in the studio and it's hard to beat for those classic single coil tones and playability.

    The U2 is an inexpensive and simple solution to wireless needs but it's no Shure system. While it adds minimum colour to your tone, it does 'clean' things up a lot, which is good if you're running a traditional guitar with no silent system or buffer such as the Cutlass has. So the combo tends to be very bright. This just means you might find you have to cut a little top end at the amp end, that's all. Other than that, though, it's all pretty good.

    Be aware that the U2 has just the four channels and despite my 95% success rate with it even on huge concert stages, it can be susceptible to the occasional drop-out, as can many of its far more expensive competitors.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Burgs View Post
    G'day Pops. Welcome to the party! I reckon you'll love the Cutlass. I use mine a lot on stage and in the studio and it's hard to beat for those classic single coil tones and playability.

    The U2 is an inexpensive and simple solution to wireless needs but it's no Shure system. While it adds minimum colour to your tone, it does 'clean' things up a lot, which is good if you're running a traditional guitar with no silent system or buffer such as the Cutlass has. So the combo tends to be very bright. This just means you might find you have to cut a little top end at the amp end, that's all. Other than that, though, it's all pretty good.

    Be aware that the U2 has just the four channels and despite my 95% success rate with it even on huge concert stages, it can be susceptible to the occasional drop-out, as can many of its far more expensive competitors.

    Thanks Burgs.
    I was just a bit apprehensive about buying the Evive in case the silent circuit would give the it the heebie jeebies in some way.
    As for the Cutlass it's dogs bollocks and will be my main squeeze for the forseeable future.

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