All the things you are, Guitar Rig 2 test

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  1. ivers

    ivers Member

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    Did a bit of experimenting in GR2 with the frequency splitting tool, using a classical guitar preset in the lower freqs and a slightly overdriven Twin in the higher. Dunno, I'm just searching for a different kind of clean. Tell me what ya think. Thanks!

    http://www.soundclick.com/pro/view/01/default.cfm?bandID=226501&content=music

    (The fourth from the top)

    Guitar is Yamaha SA1200S
     
  2. webb

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    Beautiful tone, great playing. Thanks for the clip.
     
  3. Tag

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    GREAT playing man! Wow! I need to work on that tune NOW! Great take with nice ideas. Killer job. Thanks for posting! :dude
     
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    Awesome! You can tear it up proper!
     
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    sounds great, but the tone doesn't sound like an overdriven twin to me, sounds like a very clean amp with treble backed off and bass boosted?
     
  6. ivers

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    Thanks for the kind comments, fellas!

    Tedm, it's there, slightly overdriven, only buried somewhat beneath the other sound. I didn't want a distinctly overdriven sound, but I also didn't want it squeaky clean, so I adjusted the levels until I got a tone that sounded closest to what I was looking for at the moment.
     
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    Very smooth. Enjoyed it!
     
  8. tedm

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    I'm not familiar with GR, but still sounds great!

     
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    loved it Ivers, warm & sirupy tone, reminds me of jim hall.
     
  10. Sub-D

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    Man that was great, one of my all time fave standards and you really swung hard, great tone and lines!!!!

    I checked out a few of your other clips (I am fairly new here so I probably missed them if they were posted) I thought Cinema paridisio was particularly beautifull..... great work dude!!!
     
  11. ivers

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    Sub-D: Thanks, man, much appreciated, I guess CP is the one I'm the most happy with myself as well, because I feel like it's the one that I managed to express my emotions best through, without being distracted too much by the technical demands or recording anxiety.

    Thanks for the kind comments, Marcello, when I grow up, I wanna have Jim Hall's taste and phrasing as well! (only gotta learn this 'playing the changes '-thing, then I'll work on that part)
     
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    Really really great Ivers! Loved it bro.....
     
  13. ivers

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    Thanks, Scott, that means a lot coming from you. :)
     
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    Very nice Ivers. Sounds fantastic!
     
  15. Dave Steves

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    enjoyed that, nice lines & phrasing
     
  16. ivers

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    Thanks, guys!
     

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