Tones of 1964 still ring true in this vintage voiced speaker by seasoned amp guru George Alessandro. Well-balanced from top to bottom, the GA-SC64's warm, dynamic character lends itself to vintage amps as well as modern gain and distortion. The traditional build materials offer warmth, dynamics, low note articulation and proper distorted harmonic content layering. Read more below.
Amps used during the shooting of these demo videos were a Marsh Clifton 22 Reverb, Germino Club 40, Marshall JCM 800, Vox AC30.
Chris uses Lust for Tone guitar pickups (www.lustfortone.com)
For some added effects, Chris used the following pedals:
A Royer R-121 Studio mic was placed approximately 6 to 8 inches in front of an EarCandy cabinet. A big thanks to Royer Labs and EarCandy for the gear!
As an innovative professional guitarist, Chris Condon performs with artists in the recording studio, on tour, as a collaborator in various styles and genres of music. His ability to learn and adapt quickly, as well as having a “great ear,” allows him to play effortlessly with any artist or band. He prides himself on his reputation and versatility while being very easy to work with in any situation.
“I got turned on to Eminence speakers because I saw a lot of my favorite guitarist using them, once I started putting them in my amps/cabs I realized why the pros use them…. Because they are great!! I love my Eminence speakers and am extremely honored to be a part of their family.”
Visit eminence.com to learn more about guitar and pro audio speakers. Check out Chris at www.chriscondonguitar.com