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Discussion in 'The Squawk Box' started by bulletproof, Mar 21, 2017.
I recently had the pleasure of meeting up with Keith Nelson at his SoCal studio for the delivery of his Down Brownie. What I thought was going to be a brief visit turned into an extended hang where we visited about life, music and of course gear. Keith has some awesome chops, and is a real gentleman and all round cool dude. Thanks, Keith!
Stay tuned for a killer Down Brownie demo from Keith...
Check out this Down Brownie demo track laid down by Keith Nelson that just plain rocks:
Here are Keith's liner notes he sent with guitar & amp settings, signal path, etc.:
'73 Tele Cst, Bridge position, all V and T up
Brown channel, tube recto, 6g3, vol 7, tone 8.5, MV all the way up
Mic pre: vintage Neve 1073, no eq, no compression, sm57 (60%) and Beyer Dynamic M160 (40%) close mics right on speaker cloth
1959 Les Paul Jr, double cut, V and T all the way up
British channel, SS recto, JTM 45, vol 7, tone 8.5, MV all the way up
Same signal path as Tele
Dave Johnson R9, Sheptone Tribute pickups, bridge position. Vol and tone on 10
British Channel "Jumped", Tube recto, 5e3, Brit- v 8.5, t 7.5, Brown- v8, t 3 MV all the way up
Same signal path and blend as Tele and LP Jr
One more thing... center guitar (les paul) has just a hint of spring Reverb on at mix down. All other guitars are bone dry. And I played drums and bass as well.
Thank you, Keith. You rock, sir!
..............I think Keith knows what he's doing: -