Just Nick with two videos featuring the Dusky Electronics D₂O 32-Watt 6L6 Head. The first is a straight-ahead demo of the amp. The 2nd gives you an idea of how well it works as a pedal platform.
A totally original, ultra-toneful 2x6L6 cathode biased head. James-type tone stack, Valco-type inverter, Vox-type Cut control, 6SL7 preamp tubes, 8-watt low power setting–it all adds up to the perfect clean pedal-platform or low wattage raging monster. Does everything Just Nick needs, and works great as a bass amp too! Grab one now–you’ll thank me later.
In this video we’ll look at how and why the D₂O excels as a clean (and dirty!) platform to combine with any type of pedal for unlimited sounds and volume levels.
Dusky Electronics: https://duskyamp.com/
“Just Nick” Jaffe is a musician, recording engineer, teacher and editor. In addition to being a member of several bands and sharing stages with some of the biggest names in the industry, he’s also made a name for himself with his incredible video gear demos and lessons. Nick was based for many years in Chicago and is now based in Saint Paul, MN.
Find Nick online:
Official Site: http://nickjaffe.com/
YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/JustNickMusic
Just Nick (Nick Jaffe) is a Chicago-based musician, recording engineer, teacher and editor. In addition to being a member of several bands and sharing stages with some of the biggest names in the industry, he’s also made a name for himself with his incredible video gear demos and lessons. VTB caught up with him this week to find out more about the man known as Just Nick.
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