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steenamaroo
post Feb 19 2013, 06:14 PM
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Hi all.
I'm new here but I had a search on these forums a while back for any info on the Deacy amp kits that are out there.
I'm not much of a guitarist but I figured it'd be a good studio tool.

Anyway, I found no info and have since built myself a replica, so I thought I'd share.

There are some pics and a few rough clips here.
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Gabriel Leopardi
post Feb 20 2013, 05:28 AM
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Hi man! Welcome to GMC! those pics look really good! I don't really know these amps... who uses it? Do you have any audio sample?


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post Feb 20 2013, 05:56 AM
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Awesome! It actually sounds pretty good. But there must be a special feeling that you're playing through something you made.


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post Feb 20 2013, 01:51 PM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Feb 20 2013, 04:28 AM) *
Hi man! Welcome to GMC! those pics look really good! I don't really know these amps... who uses it? Do you have any audio sample?


Thanks for the welcome.
It's a replica of the transistor amp that John Deacon made for Brian May. There are a few short clips on the website there.
I'm no web editor so the layout isn't the best. Sorry.

One of the clips is a studio cover version of George Harrison's 'Cheer Down' that I did a while ago.
I revisited it to redo the lead parts with this new amp.

Rammikin : It's a pretty cool feeling, yeah. smile.gif
I racked a few preamps a while back and it just feels nice having the use of them.
Thanks.

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Todd Simpson
post Feb 20 2013, 11:21 PM
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Welcome to GMC!! smile.gif I"ve never even heard of these amps, but I"ll go see about them on youtube, you've piqued my curiosity smile.gif

QUOTE (steenamaroo @ Feb 19 2013, 12:14 PM) *
Hi all.
I'm new here but I had a search on these forums a while back for any info on the Deacy amp kits that are out there.
I'm not much of a guitarist but I figured it'd be a good studio tool.

Anyway, I found no info and have since built myself a replica, so I thought I'd share.

There are some pics and a few rough clips here.



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