S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

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Re: S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

Post by CoffeeTones » Sat Jan 25, 2020 12:04 pm

Not being mean, but giving constructive criticism. That clip has piercing, grating highs, too much percussion on the notes. Painful to listen to. What have you done? What are the voltages and transformers? Is there a problem in the recording setup?

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Re: S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

Post by pauldavidson1991 » Sat Jan 25, 2020 12:19 pm

Most likely a recording set up issue
Im a total novice in that department

also I think I over compensated when adjusting the tone stack
Before I had the mids and trebles a lot lower

My cheap head phones probably dont help either

I'll try making another recording after some recording reserch

Also, better to be truthful
If it sounds like shit and everyone says its good it will always sound like shit lol

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Re: S.I.R. 100W SuperLead Schematic pt. II

Post by pauldavidson1991 » Sat Jan 25, 2020 12:36 pm

Just swapped my old headphones out, I can hear it now

Thanks for letting me know

Hopefully try again soon

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