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Guitarsound of the first Albert Hall gig wanted

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I found some brilliant advices about sounds here,

but a lot ......

maybe someone can give me a short info of the exact

hughe valve Sound of the radioshow ( not the flatty one of the official release )

Thank you.

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Zep's first Albert Hall show was June 29, 1969. There's no audio recording for this show.

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Im not the best of remembering Dates.

I thought about the "BBCSession " how many more times.

i heard it on the Radio with the best fat tube Sound ever,- not the flat Sound

of the official cd.

i saw JImmy not using his marshal in this

early days. I wonder what was all of his Equipment during this Special song.

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^^^ I have the Catalinbread RAH pedal and this baby gets the exact tone of that concert... Its made to emulate the Hiwatt Jimmy was using during that period. This pedal is amazing... it's really responsive to the way you have your volume and tone knobs set when used with a Les Paul with PAFs this baby glistens with Page tone! & it's honestly not a bad price either.

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thanks for the replies.

I ´ve listned to the machine and agree about the Sound of Jim of some numbers.

But the real fat Sound of the Albert Hall I cannot find.

Maybe it is up to how to use the machine (Volume) or how to Combine the other Equipment with it.

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