PG's Shawn Hammond is On Location at the 2010 NY Amp Show where he visits the Voodoo Amps room. In this segment, we get to check out their latest guitar amplifier-the V-Rock Dual Lead. Voodoo describes the V-Rock Dual Lead as being "designed to replicate hot-rodded 80's gain tones - Effortless pinch harmonics, endless liquid like sustain coupled with deep/rich bottom end and lush/chimey clean channel makes the V-Rock a must for fans of 80's shred players." It features EL34 power tubes and 5-12AX7 preamp tubes. This amp is either a 2-Channel amp w/ Solo Boost or a 3-Channel amp with shared EQ on the gain channels. It has instantaneous / seamless footswitching without snaps, pops, and pauses. Both channel are 100% discrete from one another and they have their own dedicated circuitry allowing for each channel to be designed & voiced to its maximum tonal potential.



PG's Shawn Hammond is On Location at the 2010 NY Amp Show where he visits the Voodoo Amps room. In this segment, we get to check out their latest guitar amplifier-the V-Rock Dual Lead.

Voodoo describes the V-Rock Dual Lead as being "designed to replicate hot-rodded 80's gain tones - Effortless pinch harmonics, endless liquid like sustain coupled with deep/rich bottom end and lush/chimey clean channel makes the V-Rock a must for fans of 80's shred players."

It features EL34 power tubes and 5-12AX7 preamp tubes. This amp is either a 2-Channel amp w/ Solo Boost or a 3-Channel amp with shared EQ on the gain channels. It has instantaneous / seamless footswitching without snaps, pops, and pauses. Both channel are 100% discrete from one another and they have their own dedicated circuitry allowing for each channel to be designed & voiced to its maximum tonal potential.

A compact pedal format preamp designed to offer classic, natural bass tone with increased tonal control and extended headroom.

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Plus, Torsten & Niels Kinsella and Jamie Dean detail the modded Fender guitars that power their atmospheric post-rock.
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Here’s a different way to unleash the beast within your tracks.

Welcome to another Dojo. Last month I explained in detail how to set up and use sidechain compression techniques to get that classic pop/EDM pumping sound on your rhythm guitar parts and other instruments in your mix. This time, we’ll use the same setup techniques but, instead of sidechaining a compressor, I’m going to show you the benefits of using a gate.

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