blackouts

This intriguingly flexible take on the 18-watt formula serves up vintage authenticity while upping the EQ power considerably.


Recorded using a Royer R-121 feeding an Audient iD44 going into GarageBand with no EQ-ing, compression, or effects.

Clip 1: Squier Classic Vibe '60s Strat into Anasounds Element reverb, then into Mojotone gain channel with master volume at max, preamp at 8 o'clock, treble and bass at max, and middle at noon. All pickup positions, beginning with neck pickup.

Clip 2: Gibson Les Paul Traditional with 57 Classic bridge pickup into Mojotone gain channel with master volume at max, preamp at 8 o'clock, treble and bass at max, and middle at noon.

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Pros:
Lovely semi-clean to moderately saturated tones. Impressive build. Fantastic bang for buck.

Cons:
Not a ton of clean headroom.

Street:
$1,199

Mojotone BlackOut British
mojotone.com



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