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Old 02-17-2008, 12:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Valves or solid state?

Here's the hot debate of the moment. Should musicians go valve or solid state? Is solid state compressed and sterile? What about hybrid?


Here, I aim to remove some doubt, by presenting you, musicians all, with a singular challenge.

Which of these recordings are solid state and which are Tube amps? And are there any hybrids in evidence?


The file below contains 11 minutes of recordings in 320Kbps 48Khz MP3. You challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to listen to it, and tell me which of the tones are solid state, and which are tube amps. (and hybrids)

There are 24 different tones, recorded over 11 minutes.

Simply state 'Tube' or 'SS' or 'Hybrid' for each of them. I'll tally everything up and we'll see how many people give right and wrong answers. If enough people give wrong answers, we'll have proven that solid state is now capable of producing tones on par with tube amps.


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