Pedal Steel and Guitar Played Through A Fender Deluxe Reverb

You can hear my MSA Legend Pedal Steel guitar and a Fender Classic Vibe telecaster played through a Fender 1965 Reissue Deluxe Reverb. This is an all stock unit and the Treble and Bass were both set to "8". For the steel parts I used a Boss RV-5 reverb set on hall and a Guyatone MD-3 delay unit in line with my Goodrich model 120 pot pedal. The guitar parts used a Keeley 4 knob compressor (set on "quack"!, Guyatone MD-3 delay and the amp's reverb.

The recording below was recorded and mastered in 16 bits and then converted to an mp3 file at 320kbps. See my other web pages in this series of tube amp recordings that feature a few other Fender amps including the blackface Vibro Champ, Super Champ XD and the Blues Junior Tweed. This amp, to my ears, has the best voicing for pedal steel although none of these amps is too suitable for live gigs unless you mike your amp.

There's some pictures below. Click on them to see full sized pictures.

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