Hi all, recorded this video I was in the rehearsal studio with my cover band. Let me know what you think.
Mr Brightside - The Killers
The Middle - Jimmy Eat World
Yellow - Coldplay
Dakota - Stereophonics
Anyone wondering about tones.
Acoustic - Maton SRS808 > Rode NT2000 > UA Apollo Twin (Neve 1073 in Unison)
The clean spacey guitar in the first verse - Gibson 339 > UA Apollo Twin (Marshall Plexi Classic in Unison)
Delay and Spring Reverb added in Logic afterwards with Logic Pedal plugins...
Originally had this as guitar and voice, but it didn't feel quite right, so recorded a piano part and it brought it to a whole new level - don't underestimate the power of the piano in that song!
For context on this one, I'm also a high school teacher and this was a request from one of my senior students to play on a piano instead of guitar. As my dad says, I play piano like a guitarist plays the piano haha. Hope you enjoy!
I've been wanting to do this one for a while given it's from one of my favourite bands on one of my favourite albums, may have bitten off more than I could chew as far as doing the solo on acoustic guitar, but got there in the end. Enjoy!
Hi all, I put up a few videos over the weekend on YouTube but actually forgot to link this one here, this was the first one to go up. A cover from the lead singer of Australian band Powderfinger when he decided to go solo. Hope you enjoy.
Tones are ok, as has been mentioned once your guitar tone is in a mix, the perfect sound may not necessarily sound great by itself. If I were mixing those sounds into a mix I'd probably put it through a high cut. Most guitar speakers are going to give you a fairly narrow range, and even though...
I think of them in a similar way to my P-Bass, it's not that it necessarily has a million sounds, it's just that THAT sound seems to work for heaps of things.
I've owned several strats, they sounded ok but I just couldn't connect with them like I did with Teles.