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Thread: EVH 5150III. Fulltone OCD. Orange PPC112 metal demo

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    Default EVH 5150III. Fulltone OCD. Orange PPC112 metal demo

    I played some riffs on both channels. All boosted with the OCD. Which channel do you prefer?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnnaRWOSsFQ

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    Fulltone OCD : level on max, drive on min, tone at noon, LP
    EVH 5150 III 50 watt
    Orange PPC112, SM57
    Preamp out to Catharsis and Choptones impulse responses
    Last edited by Antonis; 08-10-2019 at 04:54 AM.

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    Default Re: EVH 5150III. Fulltone OCD. Orange PPC112 metal demo

    My vote goes to the blue channel over the red channel
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    Default Re: EVH 5150III. Fulltone OCD. Orange PPC112 metal demo

    both are pretty good. I would use both styles in different places or stereo blend
    -I like that mid range growl of Red and Smoothness of the blue
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    Default Re: EVH 5150III. Fulltone OCD. Orange PPC112 metal demo

    Conversely, I liked the midrange growl of the Blue and the smoothness of the Red.

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    Default Re: EVH 5150III. Fulltone OCD. Orange PPC112 metal demo

    Quote Originally Posted by TMD View Post
    Conversely, I liked the midrange growl of the Blue and the smoothness of the Red.
    high five on making the world interesting!
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    Default Re: EVH 5150III. Fulltone OCD. Orange PPC112 metal demo

    The 5150 III 50w is known for it's red channel's, smooth, compressed and gainy sound.

    While the amp's blue channel is known for it's wide midrange voicing with much less compression.
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    Default Re: EVH 5150III. Fulltone OCD. Orange PPC112 metal demo

    I used to own an OCD clone and tried for a year to use it with my EVH 100w but I never ever got it to sound good. Pretty impressed with how good they sound in your demo there.
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