Jameson Allen

Bio

I love music... I primarily use my instruments as tools for accompanying and leading the praises of the church for JESUS. But few things in my life energize my mind, body and soul like playing and writing and making music with other musicians. Music is truly the most powerful language.


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Anybody use this DOD Rubberneck analog delay? I LOVE the tone and the features, but can’t seem to keep it from running away into speaker melting oscillation when the repeats knob is above 10:00... most demo videos seem to demonstrate that the repeats knob is much more usable than that... am I missing something? Internal switch maybe? Or just that’s how the pedal works?
  • Jameson Allen
    jamesonlynwood  
    @dodpedals
  • Chris Elkjar
    filthandechoes  
    The tone knob also seems to have a big effect on the oscillation. Turn the gain and tone down to zero and you should have dark repeats that don’t go crazy.
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Anybody else fly solo with a strat for entire sets? Just something about it! #simplicity #cleantone #rigshare
Currently 14 of 15 ports on my @walrusaudio power supply in use, and it’s been running strong for 2+ years - the whole rig through 1 power brick (but the Timefactor has its own supply coming from wall)! I love it. One critique is that the ports are so dang close to each other - even 1/16th of an inch more would work wonders... #gearhead #knowyourtone #gas #gearnerds #cleantone #chroniclesoftone #tone #beardedboards #pedalboard #rigshare @rigshare #rigshareapp #ambientnotes
  • Vítor Félix
    vitorfelix  
    Amazing to see how reliable this power supply is! I'm thinking about getting the Aetos which will be more than enough for my setup. I'm currently using a daisy chain power supply... You have an awesome setup btw!
Does anyone one else’s @origineffects Cali76 CD dry knob make a lot of noise when turning it? Sounds like a scratchy pot, but for some reason I thought that’s typical of some knobs like those... there’s no noise when playing. It’s only during turning the knob.
  • RigShare
    rigshare  
    Great question for the RigShare community. To get more responses from users that have the Cali76, go to the Cali product page https://rigshare.com/products/cali76-compact-deluxe-500021) and at the bottom you can post your question there. Each user who has it will be able to see it.
  • RigShare
    rigshare  
    We are still working on a better way to post questions for other users to see, regardless of if they are your follower or not. Stay tuned.
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Special day for our 4 church congregations - it’s our 10 year anniversary! Pulled out the stops and made a lot of noise to celebrate GOD’s faithfulness. Also the first time we’ve tried to pull off “You are Good” by Israel Houghton... and we wrote a special jam for the bridge part with a blues riff to rock it up a bit. Man that song is fun!!
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new settings #tone #rigshare #jacksonampworks
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one of the more unique settings for a rig.. like an elevated orchestra pit... #rigshare #geartalk
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“let it loose on this one” #rigshare #happyplace #inthezone
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the DD-20 is the best budget delay out there, and I always enjoy playing on one!
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The way an electric guitar sits in a mix with a band passionate about what they’re doing and singing for, is just a thing of awesomeness. Musicians are better together. #rigshare
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“Singing to GOD properly is singing “with jubilation“ [in Jubilatione]. Now what is this singing with jubilation? Think of people singing as they go about some hot and exhausting job at harvest-time, say, or in the vineyard. They start celebrating in their happiness with the words of familiar songs. But they end up turning away from words and syllables, as if they were filled with so much happiness that they couldn’t put it into words. And off they go into the noise of “jubilation.” This kind of singing [jubilum] is a sound which means that the heart is giving birth to something it cannot speak of. And who better to receive such “jubilation” than the ineffable GOD – ineffable, because you cannot talk about HIM. And if you cannot talk about HIM, and it is improper just to keep silence, why, what is there left for you to do but “jubilate” – with your heart rejoicing without words, and the immense breadth of your joy not rationed out in syllables? (en. in Ps. 32.8).” “So when do we jubilate? When we praise that which we cannot speak. (en. in Ps. 99.5).” - St. Augustine (as quoted by Rowan Williams in The Wound of Knowledge) #rigshare
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the woodshed isn’t always neat, whatever it takes to keep fingers on the frets. #rigshare
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My franken-faux-tele... custom built as a kit by previous owner. Pretty sure it’s a Fender neck & body (though it’s a sticker logo, not real), Emerson electronics, Kent Tone works P90s, plays great and covers a lot of ground. This is my work horse tone machine. #rigshare
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And the AC/EC makes the perfect mount so I can fit everything on my board AND make the looper much easier to access in live looping use. Now the switch isn’t buried. #rigshare