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Chasing Djangos 1947 Radio Recordings Electric Tone (Jr. Barnyard + Gabojo Kleio 47)

DoubleWhiskyDoubleWhisky Upper FranconiaNew Dupont MD60, 1940s Castelluccia

Hello dear fellow Djangophiles,

today I inaugurated the newly refurbished tiny basement room, which has been converted into a low budget home recording studio, and took the opportunity to test out my new Jr. Barnyard pedal. I know there are already threads about this pedal on here (which also encouraged me to buy it), but I don't think there are any sound samples yet of how it sounds played through a tube amp, so I thought I would put a little contribution here:



The complete gear I used: Gabojo Kleio 47 Stimer style pickup into a Nocturne Jr. Barnyard octal tube flavour preamp pedal into a Peavey Classic 30 head through a selfmade cab with 12 inch AlNiCo speaker. Recorded with a SM57 front and a Beyerdynamic M201TG in the back of the amp. The guitar is a 2020 Dupont MD 60, the rhythm is also recorded with that guitar.

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Comments

  • WillieWillie HamburgNew
    Posts: 839

    Beautiful playing and sound!

    DoubleWhisky
  • Posts: 4,812

    Yeah, really good tone. But so it was when you posted that one time just playing straight into the amp. That's without directly comparing, I just remember how I liked what I heard coming from the amp. I'm sure there's a difference. And it's a fun endeavor.

    DoubleWhisky
    Every note wants to go somewhere-Kurt Rosenwinkel
  • JasonSJasonS New
    Posts: 58

    That sounds great

    DoubleWhisky
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