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Old December 27th, 2013, 11:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Brent Mason Discusses His Studio Gear

... including his "flood" guitars.

I searched back and didn't see this posted yet.



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Old December 28th, 2013, 07:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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It has been posted before, but that's ok...
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Old December 28th, 2013, 07:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Nice to hear him say he stocked his bassman cab with Warehouse speakers--Vintage 30 style. Just ordered an ET65 speaker of theirs--I guess all the internet hoopla about them is at least somewhat true!
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It has been posted before, but that's ok...

Sorry.

I searched for "Mason" in the title and it did not come up.

It could have been in the middle of a thread somewhere of course.
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Worth posting again, thanks.
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Nice to hear him say he stocked his bassman cab with Warehouse speakers--Vintage 30 style. Just ordered an ET65 speaker of theirs--I guess all the internet hoopla about them is at least somewhat true!
A buddy of mine has this cheap Fender Frontman head that he set up for a real clean ballsy sound, but the cab was outfitted with crap speakers. He got a couple of the Warehouse speakers and it was pretty freaking amazing how sweet the mid-range and highs sounded after that. I'm a believer.
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Sorry.

I searched for "Mason" in the title and it did not come up.

It could have been in the middle of a thread somewhere of course.
no harm no foul.
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He used to post here as bsm1392. Always insightful comments.
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I enjoyed the video. Thanks for posting it.
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