Guitar solo at 2.14 and 3.33. more
Guitar solo at 2.14 and 3.33.
Used during most of the Go West period. Video here https://youtu.be/yZOgaYwlod0 more
Used during most of the Go West period. Video here https://youtu.be/yZOgaYwlod0
For some reason Alan found that he could no longer get a good sound out of hi... more
For some reason Alan found that he could no longer get a good sound out of his trusty Mesa Boogie mk II. Paul had since moved to Fender and designed a small 18-watt amplifier called the Super Champ. Alan was bemused when asked to demonstrate this tiny amplifier, but after a couple of days, despite the lack of volume, became totally dedicated to the tone. From then on (1981/2) Alan always used Champs for recording solos. Alan owned 3 ‘Champs’ and none were modified at all, aside from changing the wiring so that the footswitch controlled the mid-boost instead of reverb (Alan didn’t use the amplifier’s reverb.)
Changed to Fender Superchamps as he could not get the sound he required more
Changed to Fender Superchamps as he could not get the sound he required
Alan Murphy was not keen on pedals and tended to use rack effects, the sound ... more
Alan Murphy was not keen on pedals and tended to use rack effects, the sound of the Dimension D is evident with the Kate Bush recordings and Go West.
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