10 Mar Back in Black solo tone test.
And another SVDS test recording. Probably with the smallest possible amp to test with: A one watt battery driven Marshall MS-2: marshall ONE watt mp3
Recorded nonetheless with our usual high standards:
Now, even such a small amp can have a lot of balls when pushed with a SVDS, right? And the replica will do the same great job!
Okay, we heard the SVDS numerous times through big, powerful tube amps.
And here we hear it through a small combo.
So what about something that many members of solodallas.com use: Guitar Rig?
Does the SVDS work together with Guitar Rig? YES, it does! And so will do our replica!
Feel free to listen yourself to the SVDS over Guitar rig, freshly from our test lab. Actually Fil sent this recordings to me for listening, but I like them so much that I made a new posting out of it.
Played with a 1970 SG standard: Guitar RIG SVDS
And another one, something bluesy. Again recorded with Guitar Rig, this time a 1969 SG custom with brand new Angus Young signature pickup in her: svds 69 custom guitar rig
Both recordings right out of Guitar Rig, no additional EQ or other modifications. Just a guitar, the SVDS and Guitar Rig. And FIl 🙂
Guitar Rig settings (boldly asked Fil for settings screenshot :-P)
This “test” has been missing for a long time. Too long.
With happiness your,
SoloDallas Team 🙂
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PS The more I think of it, the real thing I was willing to say was “The Touch Of The SVDS” (on any amp it goes into).
I will say it now.
The SVDS and its “magical touch”, © Ken Schaffer, NYC.
And you folks want to know what the SVDS user manual (and some ads) used to say? “We beat time and space”.
Boy, wasn’t it real for us. These units have beaten to hell Time and Space. Yes, because 30 years later, they’re still here and working, and making their thing.
Wow. Just wow.
See for yourself!
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