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Discussion in 'Studio & Stage' started by LSchefman, Feb 17, 2016.
Love that tune. That was the first song I learned to play when I got my acoustic
I remember Les, and I STILL love those earlier Two rocks. Just sold my last E Pro less than a year ago. It was one I had owned years earlier and bought back. Will probaby own it again some day as well!
I do tend to get along with them a bit more.
I did not.
It does give a good sense of what the amp does though. That's what clips are for.
You got great tone on that track, and the playing was just right. Nice work!
I think it sounded GREAT. Even despite the acoustics, I could hear what the amp sounded like with the guitar. Great amp. Nice playing, too.
I liked the very woody tone you got with the combination of gear. It was just right for the track. And the willingness of the guitar to give you the goods in feedback...perfect.
Good job, to everyone I heard, and I heard all them except the Facebook videos which wouldn't open (I'm not on Facebook).
Les, very understated. No overplaying there, my man! You were GLUED to that pocket!
(I know, I know, I'm just kidding!).
Well, may be the FB link would not work for some. Let's try others on YouTube then...
Woah! very convincing Santana tone on "Love is You"!
It wouldn't open for,me either. But, if you click on his name on Facebook where the comment is posted it reopens the FB page and the video is there.
https://soundcloud.com/edward-bernard/the-wet-dark-the-ancient-remixed - PRS Custom 24 Rosewood Neck for both Rhythm and Lead tracks
https://soundcloud.com/edward-bernard/the-wet-dark-somebodys-watching-me - PRS 408 Rosewood Neck Ebony Board for Rhythm and Lead Tracks except for the Low A rhythm track
I just got a Zappa Private Stock a few days ago in trade (still waiting to find time for pictures and a NGD) so the next new track will be all that!
EDIT: These are both metal. Adjust your computer speaker volume accordingly...
I don't know... supposed to be a public link. Not sure if you have to have a FB account or not.
Here's a Black Keys cover by my band.
Clean Rhythm guitar is my PRS KL 380 (middle and neck P90's), the lead breaks are my PS SC58 (57/08 neck) both through my Mesa KingSnake.
Indeed. I'm going to go delete my video now...
Tosca, you have a couple of the best looking guitars I've ever seen. Glad to see they're being put to good use!
DUDE! I tried all those facebook links from my iPad last night. I thought I'd try them again from the laptop on my lunch break, and now it says the link is gone. :-(
I had my cable delivered today and basically it does what it says on the tin, you plug it in to a USB port and the PC recognises it. I need to figure out some effects as guitar alone is poo using Sound Forge, maybe putting my pedals in. I did a quick check to see if Reason liked it and it does and there are about as many effects in Reason as any man could want. It's not brilliant at the moment but it has potential.
...as there are in GarageBand. If you have a Mac, this is the fastest, most simple, and cheapest way to record.
That's fantastic, I loved it. I don't think it needs vocals, it's spot on as it is in my opinion.
I like Micro Terrors as well.
Not to mention Tony Iommi, sometimes what seems like a disability can turn out to be an ability everyone wants.
Edit: It didn't in my case though