Short audio clip of the Larry Dino 962.

SBlue

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Can’t thank enough yo the great James Lugo for loaning me his great song, ”Around the world” to track this sound file.
I've used my Les Paul Gary Rossington with PAF, straight into a Larry Dino 962, channel 3 with internal boost on, into a Marshall 4x12 with reissue greenbacks.
SM57 and Royer R-121. No post eq, compression or any fx added.
Hope you enjoy and this can bring an idea of how great these amps sound!
Double tracked gtr w/ mix > single guitar centered > double tracked panned guitars > Double tracked gtr w/ mix.

https://soundcloud.com/tiago-castro-52/ ... rossington

 

SBlue

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Hey Dan
I think your sound file sounds better than mine!!!
Yeah man, that's the signature Larry Dino tone!
Please, feel free to share more details about it, like speakers, mics, guitar, pickups... one thing you probably noticed already is that any little change on the chain, makes a big difference through the Dino. The difference between my two Les Paul, both R-8, one with PAF and the other with Duncan Alnico 2, is so much bigger through the Dino and British Purist than most my other amps!
Anyway, congrats on the killer sounding demo Dan!


DanTravis62":6huzp56x said:
Sounds FANTASTIC SBlue!

I recently did a demo track with my 822 as well - unfortunately, my studio gear isnt anywhere near as nice as yours ;)

You can always tell that "Larry" channel 3 sound though!

https://soundcloud.com/daniel-travis-964376596/the-diozzle
 

SBlue

Member
You all should check out Daniel's songs on Soundcloud.
He is doing an amazing job at tracking them with his Dino 822.
Not only his sound files are sounding better every time he tracks them, but even his playing is improving quite a bit ever since he started using this amp!
Perfect examples of what these amps can do!

https://soundcloud.com/daniel-travis-96 ... oooahmix17
 

DanTravis62

New member
Devin":2blkprev said:
Sounds killer!!
Thanks man! Much appreciated.

The crazy part is how the Larry just sounds good straight off - with most of my amps I have to hipass/lopass, use mic preamps that "color" the sound, elaborate micing technique like fredman clips or phase tricks with room mics...

With my 822, I just close mic an sm57 on axis on the grill and BAM. There's the sound.

This is my newest one:

https://soundcloud.com/daniel-travis-964376596/the-stomp-freight-train-waltz?ref=clipboard
 

Devin

Member
I was actually responding to SBlue's clip, but I just checked yours out and it also sounds rad :rock:
 

SBlue

Member
Thanks Devin!
James Lugo was great to loan me his own song session, so I could track the guitars using the amps I wanted to demo.
Cheers!
 

Alex_S

Member
SBlue":178ssw28 said:

:thumbsup: Very nice again! The sad thing with Larry clips is that (of course) you can’t experience the force and dynamics they have when you experience them cranked in the room. But that’s a given of course. But a part of the magic. What speakers did you use with the 2nd channel in this clip?
 

SBlue

Member
True Alex.
It's amazing how tight, clear, fast and big the low end is on the Dino. It's something that you need to be in the room to appreciate.
The other thing is how tight and precise this amp is, but never feel stiff or dry.
Those are Celestion 65 speakers in the WEM cabinet, which is what we used with the Dino, Cameron, 2C+ and most of the Frank Levi #34 JMP.
 

thegame

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SBlue":1kmy5av1 said:
Those are Celestion 65 speakers in the WEM cabinet,
Pretty cool. Are those old school G12-65s with the large dustcaps or newer modern G12M-65 Creambacks (higher power greenbacks)?
 

Alex_S

Member
SBlue":3nv9yt5c said:
True Alex.
It's amazing how tight, clear, fast and big the low end is on the Dino. It's something that you need to be in the room to appreciate.
The other thing is how tight and precise this amp is, but never feel stiff or dry.
Those are Celestion 65 speakers in the WEM cabinet, which is what we used with the Dino, Cameron, 2C+ and most of the Frank Levi #34 JMP.

Thanks for the info!
 

SBlue

Member
Alex_S":2np17vdm said:
SBlue":2np17vdm said:
True Alex.
It's amazing how tight, clear, fast and big the low end is on the Dino. It's something that you need to be in the room to appreciate.
The other thing is how tight and precise this amp is, but never feel stiff or dry.
Those are Celestion 65 speakers in the WEM cabinet, which is what we used with the Dino, Cameron, 2C+ and most of the Frank Levi #34 JMP.

Thanks for the info!

You're welcome!!
 
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