I noticed his use of the 2210s in the video for the Ritz performance in 88 as well as the shot provided from the Donington show in 88. I'm guessing they were rented in place of Jubilees because they were the only other high gain Marshalls of the time or these are what led him to using the Jubes.more
"I was in Sao Paulo and they couldn’t get my amp down there so I was playing through a Marshall JCM800. I used a Japanese overdrive pedal from this company called Sobbat" The Marshall logo is taped over but you can clearly see from the knobs that this is a channel switcher, most likely a 2210.more
Used by Jeff for heavier stuff on "Grace" such as Eternal Life. The bass track was recorded by Jeff himself with the bass running into the same JCM800 used for guitars.
In a interview about the recording process of "Fallen". Ben Moody : "The heads were just the JCM 800, which was all souped up and modified, [and] a (...). Dave Fortman, the producer: " “I doubted it forever,” he confesses, “and then I decided during the Evanescence recording that I would actually A-B it and see if there was really that much of a difference.” He recorded the Marshall amp for both left and right sides, EQ'ing it to sound heavier than usual. “Then I A-B'd it by using a Mesa on the left side. The differences tonally and with the different frequencies in the two different amps really do create a larger stereo feelmore
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