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AC/DC live @ VH1 studios (all songs, uncut)

25 Apr AC/DC live @ VH1 studios (all songs, uncut)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-beS9Plaa_8

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Ádám Dobos
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I'm Adam, and I'm a contributor here on solodallas.com. I'm a 21 year-old AC/DC fan, and player, from Hungary. I also play other classic rock and blues stuff, like Led Zeppelin, Guns'n'Roses, Free, The Who, Van Halen, and many many others. I'm a true fan of this stuff. I've been playing for quite a few years now.

16 Comments
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    LeroyKincaid
    Posted at 07:22h, 10 May

    They’re best live performance IMO.

    I’m very curious about Mal’s speakers here.

    I have no idea what they could be. SGACE has told me they could be V30’s but he’s not sure. His tone is incredibly warm and clean here so obviously they’re high wattage speakers.

    Can anyone else shed some light on this?

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    06AngusSG
    Posted at 17:23h, 26 April

    Watching these made me have a thought. Does “piggybacking” amps make a change in tone? Or does it just make for louder sound? Really? It looks to me that Angus has 2 “large box” heads…100 watters? And 1 “small box” 1987??? I would imagine that piggybacking 2 different amps would make a tone change as opposed to doing 2 like models?
    So I guess my thought is….. if the tone/character would significantly change who’s to say Angus didn’t do this in the studio??????? Could that be a missing link as well??? Since I only have a single amp I can’t try this theory. FIIIIIIIILLLLLLLL, have you tried this at all??? 😛

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      banane
      Posted at 17:26h, 26 April

      You mean just connecting one amp to the other and then to the cab to mix up the tone of both amps, Jon?

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        06AngusSG
        Posted at 17:31h, 26 April

        Yeah, exactly. 🙂 I know guys like Mike Campbell (Tom Petty) piggy a Fender Reverb with an Vox AC-30 to achieve a certain tone. So I’m thinking mixing 2 different Marshalls (1987 with 2203 fo example) would have the same result in tone change??? ❓ For the better….. I don’t know. 😉

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    Jase
    Posted at 16:28h, 26 April

    Brilliant… I watched this back in 96′ with my old man. It was where it all started for me

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    Guitarjosii
    Posted at 15:44h, 26 April

    I’ve made some screenshots, which could be interesting. 🙂
    On the 1st, 2nd and 3rd picture you can see the silver box, which is standing on the stack over there. Is it right, that there is an antenna?

    I can’t see an indicator which is glowing in the marshalls, except in picture 4. There you see the only stack, where I saw a microphon at the cabinet.

    http://i54.tinypic.com/6qkxmw.png

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      SoloDallas
      Posted at 15:48h, 26 April

      Cool. Indeed, looks like an antenna. Basically and not anymore surprisingly, he may be using the boost of the wireless system. There has to be one, there is always one.

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      SGACE
      Posted at 15:54h, 26 April

      You are right the indicator are off… again I think that they try to fool around with us..

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      jubaluba
      Posted at 11:03h, 10 May

      That looks a bit like a Samson reciever. I think Angus used a wireless system from them around the mid 90´s. I think the transmitter was called UT-5 and the receiver was called UR-5.

      But it may also be something completely different.

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    Ant
    Posted at 13:52h, 26 April

    Looks like the same guitar used at donington! like Blackie ^^

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    SoloDallas
    Posted at 10:51h, 26 April

    Ang does like actually sound like he’s on a 2204. Anyone else’s opinion?

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      Angusrocks
      Posted at 12:27h, 26 April

      his sound is so sharp and bright, i also think it is something like 2204, 03.

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      banane
      Posted at 16:27h, 26 April

      Yeah, right, same impression here. But the amp itself looks more like a 1959?

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    SoloDallas
    Posted at 10:43h, 26 April

    Interesting Ang’s tone. Sounds very overdriven. Either a MV, OR a 4 holer (NMV) with a boost. Again, it’s always the same matter, over and over. It could also be a modded 4 holer, but must have been seriously modded. This sound is vaguely reminiscent of the “Let There Be Rock” the movie, less driven indeed, but it’s closed on the high freqs (microphone maybe). Mal is a lot more bright, Ang is darker (must be, because of the additional drive). Sooner or later, I WILL debunk this as well 😉

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    Thundersnook
    Posted at 10:03h, 26 April

    Guess when I’ve got goosebumps!?12:30! xD Nobody can play it that groovy! Hail to Phil, Mal and Ang! Thats so …. I cant stop bumping my leg xD

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