Flo Audio has launched new amp and spring reverb impulse response packs of the Yamaha G5 and Fender Vibro Champ.

I have the pleasure to share with you the tiny Yamaha G5 guitar combo which was made in japan in the early 80s! I didn’t know it at all, so i was eager to see how it sounded! Its spring doesn’t sound harsh at all as it doesn’t have a long release, which makes it quite usable on lots of possible sources! Less noisy than the Park G10R too!

I captured the spring with sine sweeps, at 4 different levels of reverb (3-5-7-full) and 9 different EQ settings, depending on the reverb level, all in all 24 impulses including 2 ‘All In’ settings, which of course implies that every knob was turned to 10! 4 ‘Amp Noise’ are just loops of the noise that the amp does by itself.. 4 ‘Kicked’ settings specially added for the wild at heart haha! 7 ‘Miced’ miced with a sm57 and finally 5 ‘Cabinet Impulse’ including a pass thru captured with a sine!

Here’s another rad addition to the growing number of exotic pieces on my page! I have the pleasure to present you the Fender Vibro Champ Silverface, it’s a tube guitar amp which was made in the usa in the late 60s!

Since it’s a really nice sounding amp, i decided to capture both its spring and dry sound in case it could be useful for the future! The way i did it is quite simple, here are the variations:

Dry / Reverb at 3 / Reverb at 5 / Reverb at 10
Then for each setting only bass at 0 3 5 7 10 then only treble at 0 3 5 7 10 and then Bass / Treble at 0 3 5 7 10, and sometimes other settings if i stumbled on something nice!

Both packs are free to download (name your price).

More information: Flo Audio