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The MESA Triple Crown TC50 covers a wide variety of musical styles and tones from it’s three channels and versatile tone controls & features. One of the genres where it excels is classic rock and this video showcases the smooth, warm and full potential of the TC-50 for clean, rhythm & solo sounds while also highlighting how it drives in a mix with cut and attack.
The Middle, Treble and Presence settings were lower in Ch. 2 to create smoother, creamy and more vintage midrange and high frequencies with both single coil and humbucking pickups. Coupling the lower settings with 6V6s power tubes accentuates the warmer tones possible from the Triple Crown with their lower overall wattage (around 25 watts) and their classic vintage voice and output.
Solo sounds in Ch. 3 are responsive, detailed and singing, reflecting a unique blend of classic rock circuits with the sustain and hallmarks of Mesa’s Mark series tones.
Played through a “Custom Saucy” Strat-style, Gene Baker B3 Double Cutaway and a Gibson SG into the Triple Crown TC-50 with a Traditional Rectifier 4×12 Slant cab with Celestion Vintage 30s. Recorded with a Shure SM57, Royer 121, the TC-50 CabClone (set to Open-Back) and a Sennheiser stereo room mic. Mixed approximately 35% SM57, 30% Royer 121, 20% CabClone and 15% Room mic.
Original music and performance by Tal Morris. Our sincere thanks to Tal for the great track, tones and performance!
Recorded at Ice House Studios in San Rafael, CA:
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Klassische Musik und Rockmusik am Fuße der Göltzschtalbrücke im Vogtland, diese Mischung ist seit Jahren ein Garant für dicht gefüllte Ränge. Am Wochenende ging eine weitere Auflage über die Bühne – diesmal mit dem neuen Namen “Rock Classics“. Gleich geblieben ist hingegen das musikalische Konzept und auch der größte Protagonist: die VogtlandPhilharmonie Greiz-Reichenbach.
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Burrito Deluxe is the second album by The Flying Burrito Brothers, released in May of 1970 on A&M Records. It is the last to feature Gram Parsons prior to his dismissal from the group. It contains the first issued version of the song “Wild Horses,” released almost a year before its appearance on Sticky Fingers by The Rolling Stones.
After the release of the group’s debut album, ex-Byrd Michael Clarke was hired as the band’s full-time drummer — he had recently been performing drumming duties for another band led by another ex-Byrd, Dillard and Clark. Bassist Chris Ethridge left out of frustration at the band’s lack of success, and in his place the Burritos snagged another member of the disintegrating Dillard and Clark unit, guitarist Bernie Leadon. Chris Hillman moved over to his old role of bass, making the new Burrito line-up Parsons, Hillman, and Pete Kleinow with Leadon and Clarke.
During the time period around these recording sessions, Parsons had developed a close friendship with Keith Richards since their meeting in 1968. Richards gave Parsons a demo tape of “Wild Horses” on December 7, 1969, the day after the concert at Altamont, apparently in an effort to console Parsons after an alleged miscommunication with Michelle Phillips. Parsons began to lose interest in the Burritos, and after missing too many gigs, or showing up too inebriated to play, Parsons was fired from the band later in 1970.
These are the top mainstream rock songs of 2016 according to Billboard. The chart ranks songs played on mainstream rock radio stations in the United States by total number of plays each week. Therefore, these are the songs that received the most radio airplay in 2016. The Billboard chart year runs from the first week of December to the final week of November, so the 2016 year began in December 2015 and ended in November 2016.
The top song of 2016 goes to “The Devil’s Bleeding Crown” by Volbeat, which spent 9 weeks at number one from May 21 to July 23. The song was the lead single from Volbeat’s latest album Seal the Deal & Let’s Boogie, and it is the Danish band’s biggest hit on the Mainstream Rock chart to date.
2016 saw the return of Metallica, who released their first studio album in 8 years: Hardwired… to Self-Destruct. The lead single from that album topped the Mainstream Rock chart. Red Hot Chili Peppers released their first album in 5 years: The Getaway, and scored a #1 hit with “Dark Necessities.” Pop-punk saw a bit of a resurgence as Green Day, Blink-182, Sum 41, and A Day to Remember released new albums in 2016. The Swedish band Ghost continued their success. Meanwhile established hard rock bands such as Disturbed, Shinedown, Pop Evil, and Five Finger Death Punch remained dominant on the Mainstream Rock chart.
An asterisk (*) next to the “Weeks on Chart” means the song was still on the chart when the year-end results arrived.
Video was created with Sony Vegas Pro 12.
Intro/outro music is “Keys to the Kingdom” by Linkin Park.
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