Here's a clip I recorded with my XTC 101B. I used a variety of overdrive pedals to test the sound at low volume, and I think the results are pretty good. I used a random blues backing track from the Internet. I'm pretty sure the pedal order goes like this:
Hey guys. I recently rented my '96 101b out to Tommy Vetterli from CORONER for their first ever Australian tour and took a couple of clips while drinking a beer or two, and enjoying the mix out the front for once!.. This is just a short clip from their Sydney show at the Manning Bar, shot VERY basic, but it has some vibe Thought some of you might be interested to check it out, I was just stoked it all went well for them, as was Tommy! Great guy, great band. *You can also have a listen to my band to hear more of the xtc recorded* Cheers!
Uberschall mic'd on one g12t-75 DeArmond 7 string down a half step factory pickup
Uberschall mic'd on one Vintage 30 Home Made 6 string guitar tuned at B. Seymour Duncan Live Wire Metal pickup
Uberschall mic'd on one Vintage 30 Jackson COW 6 string tuned down 1 1/2 steps then drop D for the 6th string. Seymour Duncan EMTY AHB-3 Blackout Signature Mick Thompson Seven Pickup(this pickup has more names than any other pickup in the history of the world lol)