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    First D Style Plugin I have seen

    Just came across this:

    Scuffham Amps - The Amps

    The Duke

    I have always loved the Robben Ford guitar tone, whiplash snappy rhythm and beautiful dynamic, articulate leads - always warm and full of soul. This is my benchmark and starting point for The Duke.

    The Duke's tone stack has a subtle mid-range scoop and warm treble lift, giving the amp a sweet tone even when driven with a bridge single coil pickup. Three voicings on the overdrive channel (Normal, Thick and Bright) provide extra versatility.

    Like all the S-Gear amps, the Duke really shines when you control the amp with the guitar volume. Back-off and indulge in those complex in-between tones, then bring back the volume and dig in to a singing lead overdrive.


    Anyone tried it? I may download the demo later on.


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    Re: First D Style Plugin I have seen

    Never tried it -- but the Dumble clip sounds pretty good

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    Quote Originally Posted by amp360 View Post
    Just came across this:

    Scuffham Amps - The Amps

    The Duke

    I have always loved the Robben Ford guitar tone, whiplash snappy rhythm and beautiful dynamic, articulate leads - always warm and full of soul. This is my benchmark and starting point for The Duke.

    The Duke's tone stack has a subtle mid-range scoop and warm treble lift, giving the amp a sweet tone even when driven with a bridge single coil pickup. Three voicings on the overdrive channel (Normal, Thick and Bright) provide extra versatility.

    Like all the S-Gear amps, the Duke really shines when you control the amp with the guitar volume. Back-off and indulge in those complex in-between tones, then bring back the volume and dig in to a singing lead overdrive.


    Anyone tried it? I may download the demo later on.

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    Re: First D Style Plugin I have seen

    Quote Originally Posted by LVC View Post
    Never tried it -- but the Dumble clip sounds pretty good
    I tried it....almost two years ago ;-))

    https://www.facebook.com/ScuffhamAmp...88694991152314
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    Re: First D Style Plugin I have seen

    Quote Originally Posted by PacoCasanovas View Post
    I tried it....almost two years ago ;-))

    https://www.facebook.com/ScuffhamAmp...88694991152314
    Really nice clip Paco!

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    Re: First D Style Plugin I have seen

    Cool clip! I have still not had the chance to check it out but will soon

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