Dr. Z Carmen Ghia Demo
My demo of my new Dr. Z Carmen Ghia amp and 1x10 cabinet with Eminence Ramrod. My second Carmen Ghia and third Z overall. My favorite amp of all time. I use this amp live with our country band, Chris Brooks and the Silver City Boys (www.chrisbrooksband.com) Signal chain: '52 RI Telecaster, TC Polytune, MXR DynaComp, Xotic BB Preamp, Maxon OD820, TC NOVA delay, Way Huge Aqua Puss. Lava Cable throughout. Enjoy! www.koreyhicks.com
DR. Z CARMEN GHIA COMBO AMP DEMO - FREDSMUSIC.COM
Just a short video showing the amazing sound from this small, 18 watt amp with only 2 knobs !! WOW ... amazing versatility and tone from this little monster. Here it played clean , dirty, grungy , etc. And remember you can get your DR Z Amp from THE GUITMASTERS ..at Fred's Music Shop in Shillington, Pa. www.fredsmusic.com
Dr Z Carmen Ghia Demo - Dave Baker
At first glance, the Carmen Ghia looks rather, well, modest. This is why the Ghia leaves so many people floored from the first note. Clean notes come out with a warmth, complexity, and sustain like one has never heard from such a small amp. Every note has a hugeness to it that seems far beyond an 18 watt head. All this comes before the amp really starts to sing. As you turn the Volume clockwise, the fun factor increases. The big clean notes get even BIGGER than they were before. Sustain becomes as smooth and musical as you have ever heard it. Notes seem to sing forever. This is an incredibly fun amp, and you'll have trouble putting your guitar down. The Carmen Ghia interacts with the player because the player can feel the power tube distortion. This amp has become a favorite in recording studios around the world. It's also a great little amp for small clubs. While many other small amps have trouble cutting through the mix and have a rather flatulent low end, your Dr. Z Carmen Ghia will always cut through the mix tightly and musically.
'59 Gibson Les Paul, Fender Relic Strat with '85 & '89 Trainwreck Express amplifiers
Glen Kuykendall in the recording studio comparing two original Ken Fischer built Trainwreck Express amplifiers. About as rare as they come, the late Ken Fischer only built around 100 amps in total. Played with an original '59 Gibson Les Paul Standard, and a Fender Relic Strat. NO pedals used, no EQ or dynamic compression applied, a touch of reverb added at mix down. www.glenkuykendall.com