I have finally now got a listen to a couple MFSL recrdings of Stand Up and Songs from the wood. What generally strikes me though is the thiness of the sound. Yes it has bass, but not the extension that say Heart or Rush's albums have. Was it the recording equipment, or something else that contributed to that?
Strange post I would say Rush had LESS bass Geddy Lee rickenbacker on early Rush albums almost another 6 string guitar Glenns sounds on Tull was very deep due to fingerstyle and Gibson Basses ,Jeffreys a tad punchier due to Pick Style Fender basses Relisten i say
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