Editing, re-amping and additional services
Do you need to tighten up a multitrack drum recording, clean and polish an audiobook recording, or tune a vocal take to perfection? Do you want your digitally modeled guitar recording to shine through a high end guitar tube amplifier + cabinet and an excellent analog recording chain? Send us your files in need of treatment, or your D.I. guitar track, and we’ll start talking great tone. Digital modelers may be on their way to be perfected in the future, but future isn’t here yet – let’s use real amps 🙂
The amps below cover everything from classic, beautiful ”tweed” tones, via pop and rock to brutal metal.
- Now a vintage classic. These amps developed out of the JCM 800 series but featured more gain and low end, + a more efficient EQ section. A true tone monster used by Slash, John Norum and others.
- A modern classic among hi gain amplifiers. You can’t go wrong with this one for reamping purposes.
- Another modern classic, great for reamping. This amp tracks fast and features warm and punchy, meaty mids. Equally nice for high gain and lower gain crunch.
- Possibly the most iconic hi gain amps of all time, here in its most sought after form – a 2 channel “Pre 500 Revision D” from 1992. There are several popular ways to boost it for tighter pick attack definition, and we can offer Maxon OD808, Maxon OD820, Fortin Grinder, Hardy pedals “Centaur” clone, as well as other OD’s.
- The Holy Grail of Hi Gain amps, the ultra rare vintage Mesa/Boogie Mark IIC+. You’ve heard it on Master of Puppets, The Black Album + several Dream Theater albums. The SimulClass power amp version is know for its huge sound and addictive, subtle “sag” as it runs on both class a and class a/b simultaneously.
- Same as the above, but the faster tracking Class A/B power amp instead of SimulClass.
- Based on the Class A/B Mark IIC+, this is as close to a C+ reissue you can get + tons of modern features, bells and whistles.
- “AC30” style amp. Nice clean to break-up tones based on the classic AC30 with an additional “Tweed” circuit.
- My favorite among the Mark 5’s. Great rhythm tone, but especially nice for leads, and also for cleans.
- A great alternative to the Mark IIC+…very close in sound and behaviour.
- A “British” Mesa, modified by swedish amp tech Daniel Forsberg for exceptional JCM800 style qualities, plus additional high gain sounds not found anywhere else. Amazing for both rhythm and lead tones, and in combination with certain overdrive pedals.
(Earlier US model, identical to the 5150)
- This high gain monster requires no further introduction, but let’s mention that it was the first original design by Eddie Van Halen and Peavey and that it later became a benchmark and go-to amp in the metalcore and melodic death metal scenes.
Marshall 1959 Plexi Handwired with Tommy Folkesson Mark VII mod, feat. “Eternal Classic” circuit and “Kee Marcello” filter.
- This classy Marshall has received an “extra everything” modification by Sweden’s #1 amplifier tech Tommy Folkesson.
- Its first 2 channels take you from beautiful, classic cleans via a wonderfully musical crunch in the AC/DC territory that punches just right.
- Channels 3 and 4 gives you everything from 70’s-80’s classic hard rock and metal to searing high gain and metal tones. The options and varieties at hand here are almost endless. Tommy modded the amp that was used by Kee Marcello on the classic Europe album “Out of this world”, and the “Kee” mode is included here too.
Mesa/Boogie Road King 2×12 (One open + one closed side – Celestion C90/Celestion V30 UK)
Sennheiser MD421 (Vintage)
Stager SR2N Ribbon
Heritage Audio 73 Jr ”Neve 1073 style”
Rupert Neve Designs 517
Focusrite ISA430 MK1 (UK) with Rupert Neve Designs 542 Tape Emulator
Universal Audio Apollo
Radial Re-amping unit.