Doug and Pat take a look at a couple of high priced Gibson “dead on this time” R9 Les Paul’s and again ask the question: how do you know it’s exactly like a true ’58-59-60 burst, do you have one? They compare them to a couple vintage guitars to see if they are indeed “clones”. Let’s look at the details and see how they compare because friends-Gibson is charging you a premium for the honor of owning one. Maybe there are some details you can use for your next purchase unless you just don’t care. Then you’re on your own.
Doug and Pat continue their terrifying journey to be more modern and hip without giving up their love of vintage gear. Possible? Maybe so in the case of the Kemper which uses some kind of Voodoo system to capture the sonic qualities of a live amplifier using whatever microphone or speaker you want. But how does it sound compared to the same amp, same speaker and same microphone when played live? In order to find out they brought in hipster Jeremie Murfin of Five Star Guitars and his very own Kemper to do the demo. **Attention KEMPER OWNERS-Profiles NOW AVAILABLE at: www.theDougandPatShow.com/Kemper tab*** Yup, we have Doug’s Vox AC10 SRT profiles and more***. “Onward and forward into the future, we ain’t ‘fraid of nothin” D&P
Can old dogs learn new tricks, even if they’re Doug and Pat? The fine people at Origin Effects thinks so by hipping us to their all analog pedal that recreates every facet of a non-master volume tube amp down to the smallest detail. Sounds complicated but if these guys can get classic tones out of it anyone can. That’s the idea at least. So let’s get on with it and yes, they even jam at the end. An overdrive pedal AND jamming? You’ve got to be kidding!