Using two amps - Fender Blues Juniors! Radial Big Shot ABY Review

Using two amps - Fender Blues Juniors! Radial Big Shot ABY Review

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hi it's John today I'm looking at getting two apps together to make one really big sound in smaller gigs and a really manageable sound sounds really big but it's controllable for venues that might not sort of be the biggest or you need a more controlled sound rather than taking your big fender twin and Marshall stack or whatever so what I'm doing is I'm using two fender blues Judy's I'm using one side with a lot of reverb and delay on it and one with no effects at all just I'm doing its thing it's a bit like a wet/dry sort of setup
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for the common man if you like but the pedal I'm using to get this effect is a radial bigshot ABY switch see that so I've just taken delivery of this it's a Canadian mid pedal it's really really well built first looking at it there be why switch what it does is it sends to UM ear and sends to Aunt Bea when you plug in your guitar in or any pedal or whatever so you have a or B and then Y means that plug together so you can use
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two amps at the same time it's a really usable sounding thing and it's it's fantastic so some of the problems that come up when you put in two things together on one guitar you sometimes get like fears problems and things so what this has if you can just see in the middle it's got these three little switches here the first one is a ground lift which takes away are not using whole and then you've got a phase inverter switch which sometimes amps can be out the fears all you live all you've got to do with if it sounds out fears and really thin click that switch and
01:34
it's back in the sound really good and then the last thing it has an isolation transformer so if you've got even more home in a loud venue with big neon lights or whatever click that and then all the noise goes away so it's a really really usable pedal it's got a good toggle so you can go amp ere MP or Y both together it's really really wicked way of getting a cool sound so what I'm gonna do is zoom into the pedals and show you how it fits on my board and then do some clean show you how it goes before a zoom out here's a quick look at the pedals I'm using there's a boss tu-2
02:05
tuner into a zvex effect distort Ron distortion pedal then an EP booster from exotic effects into the ABY pedal then out of output B I'm going to a clean amp with no reverb on it and then on output ear I've got a boss DD 3 going into an amp with reverb on it so I've got a wet and a dry sounding amp so looking at this small gigging cell what I've got is two fender blues junior combos I've got one set with no reverb on it and I've got one set really wet with Lords of
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reverb on it and then I've got some delay going to one amp so what I can do is just show you those sounds so I'm going to show you the contrast between the dry side and the wet side and then what I'm going to do is just go over to the wet zone [Music] and then on that side I've got the delay going through and I've got this really
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heavily set it's a bit more than that of it sort of gigging wires just for the purposes of demonstration so real big delay really sort of over-the-top edge kind of thing going on so what happens when I put more bumps on together you get all the clarity of the clean side mixed with the wet side which sells phenomenal so I'm going to turn that D'Elia back off and I'm just gonna highlight so you still get all of that wash of all the reverb
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[Music] mix in the delay you got some really good [Music] you [Music] I'm going to show you what it sounds like with mixing a distortion pedal in now so I've got it really heavily except in order to drive on it again it's a bit more than I would normally gig with but for the purposes of showing you the difference so I'm going to show you on the dry side first of all
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[Music] huge sound from a little and then I'm going to go over to the wet sound tree with all the reverb [Music] it's a bit wet for anyone so the sound really sounds good but it's a bit of a useless sort of sound if you're gonna record it so putting it together makes it really usable [Music]
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[Music] just started on with the delay it would normally be too messy [Music] hope that gives you a good insight into using two amps for gigs it's really doable it's not hard to do at all and it sounds killer if you have any questions please get in touch

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