Brian Brazil's Reviews

9 Reviews by Brian Brazil (USA)
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The Mojo Pad
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Reviewed on August 3rd 2018
I bought the Mojo Pad to help cut the feedback on my Fender Blues Junior. Not only did it cut the feedback, I can turn up the treble and mid range while turning down the bass. The amp can now operate normally and bring out the sound the speaker was designed for. Now the amp sound completely different. It's a huge improvement in the tone and the amp can now run at least twice the volume it use to. It works with any amp that uses 12AX7 pre-amp tubes and is over 10 watts. The Blues Junior is 15 Wat [...read more]
Harp Train 40 Amplifier is a blast.
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Reviewed on August 3rd 2018
This amp puts out plenty of power and tone while looking great doing it. It's now my main amp for large gigs at festivals and theaters. Just like all the Lone Wolf products I own, it sounds great. Having a separate head from the cabinet makes it easier to transport. The vented head keeps the tubes running cooler so they'll last longer. You can use other 2, 4 and 8 ohm cabinets to plug into the head too.
The Lone Wolf Harp Train 10 Amplifier
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Reviewed on May 10th 2018
After receiving the new Jason Ricci mic last week and my new HT10 amp 5 days ago, I've been playing them every chance I get. I look for excuses to play them. I used them at 2 gigs the past Sunday and Monday. But I wanted to play them more. I thought that these 2 products sounded so good together. I wonder what they'd sound like with my 3 Lone Wolf Pedals. The Boogieman, Harp Octave and Clean Cat took the experience to whole other level. I couldn't believe how good they sounded. When I hit the no [...read more]
Harp Train 10
Price: $425.00
Jason Ricci Signature Microphone
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Reviewed on April 16th 2018
After playing the Lone Wolf / Jason Ricci microphone for the past 4 days here’s what I noticed. To me it sounds like a cross between an old Shure 545S and a Shure SM57. I have both those models and used them live for almost 20 years. It doesn’t have as much of the heavier drive on the lower notes like a 545. But that can be compensated for with the controls on an amp or pedals. What is it does have is an equal pickup response across the whole range of notes of the harmonica. Another added [...read more]
The Clean Cat Pedal
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Reviewed on October 18th 2017
I’ve been using the Clean Cat for about 3 months now. I’ve got to say it does boost the volume and pushes the highs and high mids to even out the volume with the bass range that some amps produce. The single notes stand out clearer and give you a more articulate response. Playing more complicated lines don’t get lost in a cluttered tone.
Clean Cat
Price: $145.00
The Boogieman Pedal
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Reviewed on October 18th 2017
I’ve had the Boogieman Pedal since it was introduced by Lone Wolf. I was one of the first to try it. I wanted something I could use when it wasn’t practical to bring an amp that could also be used with an amp. I tried and tested it in all kinds of different situations. I used it at band rehearsals, club gigs, larger gigs at theaters and music festivals. All without an amp and it performed great. I use it at every gig I play. It has 3 pedals in 1. I have the Harp Delay, the controls of the Ha [...read more]
Boogieman
Price: $389.00
Harp Train 40 Anmplifier
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Reviewed on October 18th 2017
I’ve had the Harp Train 40 amp for over 6 months and it’s been working beautifully. I play through it consistently during gigs several night a week. The tone and volume are what I’ve been looking for in a Harmonica amp. No matter where I play, I’m never been disappointed in how it performs. The price is far below any other Harmonica amp in its size and power output.
The Harp Octave
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Reviewed on October 14th 2017
Since receiving the Harp Octave Pedal about 6 months ago I've been using it for rehearsals and gigs every week several night a week. It adds so much to the tone of any amp I've used it with. I use it more than any other Drive pedal I bought from Lone Wolf. It's a permanent fixture on my Wolf Pack pedal board along with my Boogieman and Clean Cat from Lone Wolf. It's major player in the my sound mix.

Thank you for another great tool to have in my rig,
Harp Octave
Price: $175.00
The Harp Train 40 Amplifier
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Reviewed on September 4th 2017
I've been using this amp for the past 7 months at least 3 nights a week at gigs with the band and sometimes more. It's been functioning perfectly at all of them. Everyone is curious about the amp because it doesn't look like all the other 4 x 10 tweed amps out there. I always get good compliments on the sound of the amp by other musicians and the audience. I like that the power head is in a separate well vented cabinet from the speakers. The head runs cooler because it breaths better since the c [...read more]
Harp Train 40
Price: $495.00