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Brian and Blake are back with another episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast, and this week they are joined by Travis Feaster.
Blake's conundrum - Should he swap his 6 String Rickenbacker 360 for a vintage Orange cab? The guys discuss how Rickenbacker manufacture their guitars and Travis shares some insider info on their production process. Travis describes his haggling nature and the guys talk about gear trading in general.
Travis taps into Brian's hip and happening nature with a question about impulse responses and the guys have an in-depth discussion about IRs and Amp simulations…and then concludes what we all know, that the SLO 30 is the greatest amp on the planet.
Brian also has a conundrum with mixing again and has been to Youtube university to learn a bit more so the guys have a chat about mixing while Blake becomes increasingly nervous about his vintage cab falling into the hands of someone who wont love it as much as him.
What are the two biggest factors in an amplifier's sound ? You may be surprised to hear it isn’t the tubes…
Blake gets angry with realtors, Travis plays “older” country gigs, Magnetic arm foolishness, it’s all in this weeks episode of Chasing Tone!
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