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Fractal Audio AMP models: Brit JM45 (Marshall JTM 45)

Jan Geerts

Inspired
I keep coming back to this one for cleans and breakup sounds. Huge and clear. I use it with my FAD cabs (one with Tayden alnico 10's, another with Jensen Blackbird and Tornado). Imo, it blows the tube amps in the room away.
 

Smittefar

Fractal Fanatic
I changed the tubes to KT88 and EF86, and now I think, it is my favorite clean and lo gain amp.
I have a video, I can upload later
 

Smittefar

Fractal Fanatic
So, here is a little tone demo of mine with this model

It is a Danish tune, and I apologize in advance for sloppy/shitty playing.

It is three parts
1) Edge of break-up with rotary and delays for some 'clean' chordal work
2) tube screamer in front for some old school rock riffing
3) Lead with Fuzz Face in front and delay, where I experiment with the volume knob to go from completely clean to roar

The sound is coming from the PA system on the right (not extremely loud) and recorded by a Zoom H4n placed to the left.

 

London John

Inspired
There's quite a lot that's factually incorrect in the OP's post. There are very few subject I know quite a lot about, but early Marshall's is one subject I'm confident with.

How does one go about editing?
 

simeon

Axe-Master
you can't edit someone else's post. contact yek via private message and i'm sure he'll be happy to chat with you about it.
 
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