BluBOX Impulse Response Speaker Emulator

BluBOX Impulse Response Speaker Emulator

Stumbled upon the BluBOX today. Here’s the video and specs.

Tech Specs
Connections:Line In, Line Out, Speaker In, Speaker Through (Jacks),
Transformer Balanced XLR Mic Out
Voltage:9V-18V DC 200mA
Dimensions:120 x 95 x 38 mm (4,72″ x 3,74″ x 1,49″)
Weight:350g / 12.35oz
Latency:
Ultra low latency
~1 ms = Distance of 30cm to a cabinet

Click here to visit the website.

Cabinets
NANOCAB™BluGuitar® 1×12“
FATCAB™BluGuitar® 1×12“
STACK 1965Original Marshall® 4×12”Celestion® (Alnico 15Watts)
STACK 1967Original Park® 4×12” Celestion® (Greenback 25 watts)
STACK 1970Original Marshall® 4×12” Celestion® (Greenback 25 Watts 55 Hz)
STACK 1971Original Marshall® 4×12” Celestion® (G12h30)
STACK 1980Original Marshall® 4×12” Celestion® (G12h75)
METAL V30Mesa/Boogie® Rectifier® Standard 4×12” Celestion® V30
METAL CL80Celestion® Classic Lead 80 in custom built 4×12” cabinet
JAZZ 120Roland® Jazz Chorus® 120
TWEED 1x12Vintage ´57 Fender® Tweed Deluxe®
SILVER 1x12Fender® Princeton® Silverface 1×12“
BLACK 2x10Fender® ´64 Vibroverb® 2×10“
BLACK 2x12Vintage Fender® Twin Reverb® 2×12” orange JBL®
mixed with Jensen® C12K
Black 4x10Vintage 60s Fender® Super Reverb® 4×10“
BLUE 2x12Original Vox® AC30 JMI® 2×12” Celestion® Blue Bulldog

EHX Electro Harmonix Mel 9

EHX Electro Harmonix Mel 9

Have you heard about the Mel 9? I’m super excited to see what madness I can create when it arrives this weekend. Playing with these sample sounds on guitar is going to be a blast. Read and watch the video to learn more.

The new MEL9 Tape Replay Machine emulates vintage Mellotron® sounds and uses the same ground breaking technology that powers the award-winning B9 and C9 Organ Machines, plus the KEY9 Electric Piano Machine. Nine of the most famous sounds are included: Orchestra, Cello, Strings, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Brass, Low Choir and High Choir.

Visit their website to learn more. http://www.ehx.com/products/mel9 

Prince

Prince

The video below is one of my favorite guitar solos Prince performed. It was at the 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductions during the George Harrison tribute performing the song, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, with Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynee and others.

Prince was one of the first “pop” Telecaster guitar players I saw and heard as a kid. He commanded whichever part he was playing and his musical hooks/riffs were genius. I need to study more of his works.

Click here to read the report from the Star Tribune regarding his death. His creative talent will be greatly remembered and missed here on earth.

Rest in peace, Prince Rogers Nelson. The music he created between June 7, 1958 and April 21, 2016 was amazing.

Prince at the 2004 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame